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Green Day's '¡Uno!', '¡Dos!', and '¡Tre!' Album Trilogy Teasers

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Friday, Jun 29, 2012
Green Day tease their forthcoming trilogy of albums.

Green Day have just released the last trailer for their ambitious triple album project. Three new albums from the band will be coming out this year.


¡Uno! is expected to be out September 25th with first single “Oh Love” available July 16th. The tracklisting is as follows:
  
1 Nuclear Family
2 Stay The Night
3 Carpe Diem
4 Let Yourself Go
5 Kill The DJ
6 Fell For You
7 Loss Of Control
8 Troublemaker
9 Angel Blue
10 Sweet 16
11 Rusty James
12 Oh Love




¡Dos! will be subsequently released November 13th




Finally, ¡Tre! will arrive early next year on January 15th.




Rolling Stone recently spoke with Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong to discuss working with producer Rob Cavallo and the sound of the album trilogy. As Armstrong describes it (in a separate article),


“The first one is power pop. The second is more garage-y, Nuggets-type rock. And the third - is supposed to be epic.


In the first album, you’re getting in the mood to party. On ¡Dos!, you’re at the party, and on the third album, you’re cleaning up the mess.”



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