Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong recently liked an Instagram photo album of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love’s daughter Frances Bean Cobain looking great in a hat and helping out children. Frances Ban wrote, “What a magical adventure this has been so far. ‘All other pleasures and possessions pale into nothingness before service which is rendered in a spirit of joy.’ – Mahatma Gandhi.” Frances Bean Cobain recently called out a famous boyfriend lie.
Green Day recently celebrated the 18th anniversary of one of their most underrated albums, Warning.
glenn_stefani posted on Reddit, “Well I feel ancient. I remember these songs ended up on Napster before the album came out. Aside from the live version of Warning that was out the year before, I hadn’t heard anything. I remember finding the mp3 for ‘Hold On’ first. Everything on Napster was mislabeled so I didn’t think it’d actually be the song. It was! And it took me until Tre’s drum fill to realize it was really them.
This was the first album that got me to listen to bands outside of punk rock. I dug deep into their influences and never looked back.”
Green Day made a ‘sudden’ death announcement a couple of days ago. Chiblits said, “Warning was the first album I listened to from them that made me fall in love and instantly get hooked. I was probably 13 or so. That summer I bought every album that had been released at the time and listened to them religiously to the point where I knew every word to every song. Green Day has gotten me through some tough times and I hope to see them one day on concert.”
popculturetommy wrote, “It’s so weird to think this album was a reason Green Day was thought to be floundering in 2000. The title track, Waiting, Minority are hits in their own but other cuts like ‘Blood Sex & Booze,’ ‘Fashion Victim,’ ‘Misery,’ ‘Deadbeat Holiday’ and especially ‘Church on Sunday’ are phenomenal.” Howard Stern recently called out awful Green Day rejection.