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Indestructible 10-06-2010 04:22 PM

Dream Green Day Setlist
 
Welcome To Paradise
Know your Enemy
Holiday
Having a Blast
Babs Uvula Who?
21st Century Breakdown
Letterbomb
Stuck With Me
Nice Guys Finish Last
Before the Lobotomy
Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
Restless Heart Syndrom
Murder City
Geek Sink Breath
Horseshoes and Handgranades
Hitchin A Ride
Burnout
Give Me Novacaine
Wake Me Up When September Ends
Working Class Hero(John Lennon Cover)
Outsider(Ramones Cover)
I Fought The Law(The Clash)
She
Suffocate
When I Come Around
Longview
21 Guns
Brain Stew/Jaded
Homecoming
Jesus Of Suburbia
Good Riddance(Time Of your Life)

[B]Encore:[/B]
Basket Case
American Eulogy

[B]Encore 2:[/B]
Walking Contradiction

They can actually pull this set off live if they play the songs all the way threw and don't stop for 5 minutes in the middle of each one. Great band but they can really bring down what I thought would be a great live show.

mankvill 10-06-2010 06:16 PM

[QUOTE=Indestructible;308626]
I Fought The Law[B][U](Cover?)[/U][/B][/QUOTE]

you have sunk to an extreme new low

ASYLUM 10-07-2010 12:59 PM

[QUOTE=mankvill;308649]you have sunk to an extreme new low[/QUOTE]

I read it was orginally recorded by Sunny Curtis and The Crickets in 1959. Later it was recorded by Bobby Fuller in 1965. Then it was covered by The Dead Kennedys,The Clash and Green Day. Give the kid a break every young person is not up on 50's and 60's music these days. I have never met anyone who knows of Sunny Curtis and Bobby Fuller.

mankvill 10-07-2010 03:16 PM

[QUOTE=ASYLUM;308763]I read it was orginally recorded by Sunny Curtis and The Crickets in 1959. Later it was recorded by Bobby Fuller in 1965. Then it was covered by The Dead Kennedys,The Clash and Green Day. Give the kid a break every young person is not up on 50's and 60's music these days. I have never met anyone who knows of Sunny Curtis and Bobby Fuller.[/QUOTE]

Everyone knows it's a Clash cover. It's the second Clash song everyone knows, the first being Rock the Casbah.

elturtleboy 10-07-2010 03:38 PM

[QUOTE=mankvill;308779]Everyone knows it's a Clash cover. It's the second Clash song everyone knows, the first being Rock the Casbah.[/QUOTE]

nah i think london calling or train in vein come first.

elturtleboy 10-07-2010 03:45 PM

1.American Idiot
2.2,000 Light years Away
3.Nice Guys Finish Last
4.Holiday
5.Blvd. Of Broken Dreams
6. Good Riddance
7.Know Your Enemy
8.Christian Inferno
9.St.Jimmy
10.Murder City
11.Brain Stew/Jaded
12.Warning
13.Basket Case
14.King For A Day/Shout
15.Hitchin' ARide
16.I Wanna Be On TV(Fang)
17.Outsider(Ramones)
18.Knowledge(Operation Ivy)
19.Minority
20.Jesus Of Suburbia


21.Welcome To Paradise
22.I Fought The Law(The Clash!)
23.Another State Of Mind(Social Distortion)
24.21 Guns
25.Long View

Michael515616 10-22-2010 09:30 AM

1. Nice Guys Finish Last
2. American Idiot
3. East Jesus Nowhere
4. Going to Pasalacqua
5. Brain Stew/Jaded
6. Hitchin' a Ride
7. Letterbomb
8. Restless Heart Syndrome
9. Christie Road
10. Panic Song
11. Minority
12. Jesus of Suburbia
=======================
Encore: Dookie in full

EDIT: London Calling is definitely The Clash's most famous song.

mastodon421 10-22-2010 11:28 AM

Brainstew
Geek Stink Breath
2,000 Lightyears Away
Pulling Teeth
Welcome To Paradise
Panic Song
Warning
Hitchin' A Ride
Longview
Burnout
Coming Clean
One For The Razorbacks
Minority
Walking Alone
Android
She
King For A Day
Jesus Of Suburbia(the only song I like off of the past 2 records)
No One Knows
Private Ale
Having A Blast
J.A.R
I Fought The Law(Clash Cover)
Deadbeat Holiday
No Pride
Blitzkreg Bop(Ramones Cover)
Walking Contradiction
Nice Guys Finish Last
Encore
When I Come Around
Stuck With Me
Good Riddance(Time Of Your Life)

christopher 10-22-2010 01:35 PM

[QUOTE=ASYLUM;308763]I read it was orginally recorded by Sunny Curtis and The Crickets in 1959. Later it was recorded by Bobby Fuller in 1965. Then it was covered by The Dead Kennedys,The Clash and Green Day. Give the kid a break every young person is not up on 50's and 60's music these days. I have never met anyone who knows of Sunny Curtis and Bobby Fuller.[/QUOTE]

Unknown Hinson does the best cover of it live!!

And my dream Green Day set would be to see them die in Lake Springfield haha sorry had to drop that reference

elturtleboy 10-22-2010 02:10 PM

[QUOTE=vegantopher;311205]

And my dream Green Day set would be to see them die in Lake Springfield haha sorry had to drop that reference[/QUOTE]

ha!


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