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Green Day : ¡Uno! (2012)

Green Day : ¡Uno! (2012)

Green Day ¡Uno!
Origin: East Bay, California, United States
Album release: September 25, 2012
Recorded: February 14–June 26, 2012 at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, California
Record Label: Reprise 
Duration:     41:43
01. Nuclear Family      (3:03)
02. Stay The Night      (4:37)
03. Carpe Diem      (3:26)
04. Let Yourself Go      (2:57)
05. Kill The Dj      (3:42)
06. Fell For You      (3:09)
07. Loss Of Control      (3:08)
08. Troublemaker      (2:45)
09. Angel Blue      (2:47)
10. Sweet 16      (3:04)
11. Rusty James      (4:09)
12. Oh Love      (5:03)
iTunes deluxe edition:
13. "Stay the Night" (music video)  
14. "Let Yourself Go" (music video)  
15. "Kill the DJ" (music video)       3:43
16. "Oh Love" (music video)      5:09
Billie Joe Armstrong – Lead vocals, Guitar
Mike Dirnt - Bass guitar, Vocals
Tré Cool – drums, percussion
Additional performers:
Jason White – guitar
Tom Kitt – string arrangements
Rob Cavallo; Green Day – producers
Chris Dugan – engineer
Brad Kobylczak – second engineer
Lee Bothwick – additional engineering
Chris Lord-Alge – mixing
Ted Jensen – mastering
Chris Bilheimer – artwork
Website: http://www.greenday.com/album/uno
¡Uno! is the upcoming ninth studio album by American punk rock band Green Day. It will be the first of three albums in the ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! trilogy, a series of studio albums to be released from September 2012 to January 2013.
Writing and composition:
In an interview to Rolling Stone, Armstrong stated that theme of their new record would be different from that of 21st Century Breakdown and American Idiot, and would not be a third rock opera. He also added that music on the record will be "punchier, more power pop – somewhere between AC/DC and the early Beatles" than their previous albums. He also stated that few songs on the album would also sound like garage rock and dance music. According to Armstrong, the song "Kill the DJ" would be close to "straight-up dance music" and "four-on-the-floor rhythm", which the band has never done before.
Billie Joe Armstrong:
Birth name: Billie Joe Armstrong
Also known as: Wilhelm Fink, Reverend Strychnine Twitch Fink
Born: February 17, 1972, Piedmont, Oakland, California, United States
Instruments: Vocals, guitar, piano, drums, percussion, saxophone, harmonica, mandolin, bass, violin
Notable instruments:
Gibson USA Billie Joe Armstrong Les Paul Jr.
Fernandes Stratocaster (Blue)
Gibson Les Paul Junior
Gibson Les Paul Custom
Gibson ES-335
Gibson SG Standard
Gretsch Hollowbody
Fender Stratocaster
Fender Telecaster
Guild D55
Taylor 514C
Fender Jaguar
Mike Dirnt:
Birth name: Michael Ryan Pritchard
Also known as: Mike Dirnt
Born: May 4, 1972, Berkeley, California, United States
Instruments: Bass, guitar, vocals, drums, farfisa
Notable instruments:
Fender Mike Dirnt Precision Bass
Fender Precision Bass
Gibson G3
Fender Telecaster Bass
Tré Cool:
Birth name: Frank Edwin Wright III
Also known as: Tré Cool; The Snoo
Born: December 9, 1972, Frankfurt, West Germany
Instruments: Drums, vocals, accordion, guitar, percussion, Piano
Personal life:
Cool has a daughter named Ramona Isabel Wright (born January 12, 1995), named after his idol, Joey Ramone. He also has a son, named Frankito (which means "Little Frank"), born in 2001.

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