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  1. Fenribar
    Album: Revolution Radio • Number of Discs: 1 Artist: Green Day, Total Tracks: 12, • Track Number 1, Track Name: Somewhere Now, Track Length: ,Brand: Warner Music Group. Reply
  2. Naktilar
    Green Day Green Day Revolution Radio Digital Album. $ Price as configured: $ Be the first to review this product * * * Bundle Includes: Revolution Radio Digital SOMEWHERE NOW BANG BANG REVOLUTION RADIO SAY GOODBYE OUTLAWS BOUNCING OFF THE WALL STILL BREATHING YOUNGBLOOD TOO DUMB TO DIE TROUBLED TIMES FOREVER NOW ORDINARY . Reply
  3. Molmaran
    Green Day imploded after the December release of Tre, the final part of a triple-album goemorconamylobalbertcompgilcigu.coinfo very unwieldiness of Uno, Dos, and Tre-- all released in rapid succession in the autumn of -- suggested that Green Day were perhaps suffering from a lack of focus, but the group wound up taking a forced hiatus once leader Billie Joe Armstrong entered rehab in the middle of the triple. Reply
  4. Tygomi
    Oct 07,  · Somewhere Now; Artist Green Day; Album Somewhere Now; Licensed to YouTube by Green Day - Revolution Radio (Official Music Video) - Duration: Green Day 10,, views. Reply
  5. Jugore
    Somewhere Now by Green Day song meaning, lyric interpretation, video and chart position The opening track of Revolution Radio, this Americana-affected folk song was one of the first tunes written for the album, alongside "Bang Bang." In Billie Joe Armstrong entered rehab for a prescription-pill addiction, after a very public meltdown. Reply
  6. Nikolrajas
    Read the complete Somewhere Now lyrics by Green Day and watch the music video on Directlyrics. “Somewhere Now” is track no. 1 from the Green Day album “Revolution Radio”. Reply
  7. Mejas
    Produced By Green Day [Verse 1] I'm running late to somewhere now I don't want to be Where the future and promises ain't what it used to be I never wanted to compromise and bargain with my soul How did life on the wild side ever get . Reply
  8. Kigalabar
    Full of catchy hooks and excellent songwriting, 'Revolution Radio' reminds me of a sonic return to their album 'Dookie', which made me a fan of Green Day. My personal favorites off this album are "Somewhere Now", a cleverly disguised punk power ballad that triumphs once the bridge ends and erupts into a sing-along chorus full of tight harmonies/5(). Reply
  9. Munos
    Oct 07,  · Green Day get back to basics. After more than a decade of rock operas and stunt releases, the Bay Area trio sound liberated by their 12th LP’s lack of conceit. This is simple yet ferocious pop-punk, from a band that can deliver it—as they do with flame-throwing single “Bang Bang,” and the bouncy delirium of “Youngblood,” wherein. Reply

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