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Green Day - Dookie Album

Green Day - Dookie Album

  • Performer: Green Day
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Dookie
  • Released: 01 Feb 1994
  • Style: Punk
  • Label: Reprise Records
  • Catalog: 9 45529-2
  • Country: US
  • MP3 version size: 2888 mb
  • FLAC version size: 2126 mb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 974

Tracklist

1Having A Blast2:44
2F.O.D.4:08
3Emenius Sleepus
Lyrics By [Words] – Mike Dirnt
1:43
4She2:14
5Burnout2:07
6Chump2:54
7Welcome To Paradise3:44
8Basket Case3:03
9Longview3:59
10All By Myself1:38
11Pulling Teeth2:30
12Sassafras Roots2:37
13In The End1:46
14When I Come Around2:58
15Coming Clean1:34

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Illustration] – Richie Bucher
  • EngineerNeil King
  • Engineer [Additional]Casey McCrankin
  • Lyrics By [Words]Billie Joe (tracks: 1 to 11, 13 to 14.2)
  • Mixed ByGreen Day, "Huckle" Jerry Finn, Rob
  • Music ByGreen Day
  • Other [Booking] – ICM
  • Other [Management] – Cahn-Man
  • PerformerBillie Joe, Mike, Tré
  • Photography – Ken Schles
  • ProducerGreen Day, Rob Cavallo

Notes

Track 14.2 is a hidden track starting 4:08 into track 14.
(C) 1994 Reprise Records
(C) 1994 WB Music Corp. / Green Day Music, admin. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP except "Welcome To Paradise" (C) 1992 WB Music Corp. / Green Day Music, admin. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP

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