Father of All... - Green Day

Father of All...

Green Day

 Biography
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Release Date: 2020-02-07
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • ℗ 2020 Reprise Records.

Tracks

Play Title Time Download
1
Father of All... 2:31  
2
Fire, Ready, Aim 1:52  
3
Oh Yeah! 2:51  
4
Meet Me on the Roof 2:39  
5
I Was a Teenage Teenager 3:44  
6
Stab You in the Heart 2:10  
7
Sugar Youth 1:54  
8
Junkies on a High 3:06  
9
Take the Money and Crawl 2:08  
10
Graffitia 3:17  

Reviews

  • It’s real not bad.

    4
    By debutauthor
    Sure it may not be classic Green Day but it does mean these songs aren’t good.
  • Horrible

    1
    By thisguy1234567891011
    Simply horrible
  • Horrible.

    1
    By BuckShot J0nes
    This sound like a 26 minute iPod commercial. The hell were they thinking?
  • Shame

    2
    By doctor zhivago 112
    What a shame, we just got noise shoved down our throats and no water to choke it down with
  • Disappointed is an understatement

    1
    By dkdkhwhw
    Let’s just hope this new direction these former punks are taking is just one bad music experiment that ends with this terrible album. Never again
  • Pass

    1
    By RandyRandersonman
    Literally the only decent song is sugar youth. That’s Green Day... the rest of this? Not good. Bring back Dookie and American Idiot, not this pop shit.
  • Good album

    4
    By The Darko
    Classic Green Day album just a bit too short, I hope their next album will be at least 60mins
  • Classic !!!

    5
    By johjoh
    Sounds like their originals but not like they’re trying too hard. Not denying themselves a new sound.
  • Better than I expected

    4
    By St. Jimmy 409
    Haven’t been a big fan of Green Day since probably 21st century even doe I bought the deluxe trilogy (big mistake) but I mean this one isn’t even that bad it’s been on repeat for a good week or so 👌🏼 could be a little better but good enough
  • They peaked a long time ago

    1
    By Dguitarman18
    This album shows how much this band has sold out. Moving on. 1990’s albums were great and then they decided to go mainstream and now here we are.

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