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Green Day Let Themselves Go In New Track!

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Today is the most emerald of green days…

'Cause we present to you a live recording of Let Yourself Go, a track off of Green Day's ¡Uno! album which is to be the first installment in their forthcoming musical trilogy!

The tune is fast and punchy with f*ck-you lyrics, so basically it's formatted in classic Green Day style!

Just let yourself get allll kinds of wild with Green Day (above)!

Now, we wonder, will newly-appointed mentor Billie Joe Armstrong perform Let Yourself Go beside Miss Christina Aguilera on The Voice's upcoming season?!

We dare to dream!

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5 comments to “Green Day Let Themselves Go In New Track!”

  1. M says – reply to this


    Oh God.
    Why are all green day fans saying this songs sounds like they're old stuff? It doesn't. I used to be a big green day fan when I was a teenager (You know, like everyone ever) and I can tell you must only know like 5 songs by them to think this is like they're early music.

  2. Tommy says – reply to this


    You're kidding, right?
    You say you was a GD fan when you was a teenager, so probably when American Idiot was out then.
    EARLY Green Day is before that, before the 2000's, and this is exactly what they used to be like.
    You could ask any proper Green Day fan and they'd agree, jeeze.

  3. M says – reply to this


    No, Tommy

    I was not a teenager when American Idiot came out.

    I was a fan of green day during they're Nimrod era. I'm sorry but I don't get why everyone feels that this song sounds so much like what they used to be.

  4. J says – reply to this


    Not sure why M doesn't think it sounds like early stuff. I was a teenager through the Dookie/Insomniac era (not from the rock opera era), and I personally think this song could have fit right on Nimrod.

  5. J says – reply to this


    Also, it's not just this song. For example, Carpe Diem is so reminiscent of Suffocate.