Revolution Radio (album) by Green Day

Revolution Radio
Revolution Radio by Green Day
Year: 2016
Release date: 2016-10-07
Overall rank: 3,116th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
63/100 (from 159 votes)
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Award Top albums of 2016 (42nd)
Award Top albums of the 2010s (548th)
Award Best albums of all time (3,116th)
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Green Day bestography

Revolution Radio is ranked 8th best out of 21 albums by Green Day on BestEverAlbums.com.

The best album by Green Day is American Idiot which is ranked number 149 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 12,173.

Green Day album bestography « Higher ranked (2,472nd) This album (3,116th) Lower ranked (4,890th) »
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Average Rating: 
63/100 (from 159 votes)
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This album has a mean average rating of 62.0/100. The trimmed mean (excluding outliers) is 61.9/100. The standard deviation for this album is 21.0.

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90/100
From 05/23/2017 19:10
A much-needed improvement on the sub-par at best trilogy,Revolution Radio delivers with some true gems among Green Day's discography, such as "Bang Bang" and "Forever Now." Although some songs are merely decent, and one is actively bad (I'm looking at you, "Youngblood"), the album as a whole is elevated by its often-introspective lyrics and the instrumentals.
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From 03/08/2017 05:26
in the words of LL Cool J "Don't call it a comeback" because it's not it's just alright and definitely not a return to the glory days of the mid 90s to the early 200s
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From 12/25/2016 22:57
Revolution Radio is a strong return to form after a very weak trilogy. As a huge Green Day fan, I was super happy with Rev Rad and how it turned out. I wasn't expecting another American Idiot, but I had very high hopes for this album, and it satisfied me. Bang Bang is a killer song with a sick drum solo that always gives me goosebumps. Thanks Tre Cool. It is another politically relevant album, with Troubled Times speaking the truth that everyone acknowledges. We all know that 2016 was a tough year politically for a lot of people and things are looking very dark right now. Green Day does what they love to do by sharing their opinion openly. Agree or disagree, they should be admired for stepping out and making an effort to make a change in our troubled world. Musically, Rev Rad also has some great moments, especially with classic-rock (Boston) influenced Somewhere Now and Forever Now, but Ordinary World is the most pleasant surprise to me. I really enjoy that track.
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30/100
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65/100
From 11/14/2016 20:35
Feeling meh about this album. This felt quite repetitive for me to listen and sometimes I feel like I've heard something like this before. All I just feel is just meh. I'm sure if you're a major fan you would like it, but someone else I don't know...
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From 10/25/2016 18:55
Not bad, I really liked Tré, but this is fan too, maybe it has even more variety. Fav tracks: Still Breathing, Forever Now and Ordinary World.
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From 10/16/2016 23:55
This album is alright, but I'd hardly call it a comeback. The songs are good, but there isn't anything that really stands out for me. Also, being released during an election year, I was sort of hoping that Billie Joe would have something to say about Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton.
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90/100
From 10/16/2016 21:28
Green Day have recorded one of its best LP. Revolution Radio quickly is the best review (3.5/4) since 2004's American Idiot. Lyrically is pure gold how Armstrong describes de 21st Century ("We will be seen but not be heard" "It's more like a World War Zero" "Sound of the disturbed)and musically they returned what they have done best. Is definetly one of the best albums of the year and of the 2010`s.
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30/100
From 10/16/2016 18:25
Although the song writing is (for the most part) more bearable than the trilogy of abysmal albums that they released in 2012, there are still many many hang-ups here. The instrumentation may sound more "raw" than it has from Green Day in the last decade, but the vocals still sound over produced which makes this album still feel a little robotic and lifeless. Lyrically, it can be flat out cringy at times (look to the song "Youngblood" for a solid 2 and a half minute example). In the end, it just feels like Green Day has nothing left to write about.
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