Dookie (studio album) by Green Day
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Dookie is ranked 2nd best out of 25 albums by Green Day on BestEverAlbums.com.
The best album by Green Day is American Idiot which is ranked number 157 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 10,548.
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The tracks on this album have an average rating of 82 out of 100 (all tracks have been rated).
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This album is rated in the top 2% of all albums on BestEverAlbums.com. This album has a Bayesian average rating of 78.6/100, a mean average of 76.9/100, and a trimmed mean (excluding outliers) of 78.7/100. The standard deviation for this album is 17.8.
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There are some great songs on here but there is just too much filler which holds it back from being amongst the greatest. When they get the formula right on here you get irresistible pop punk songs that will get lodged in your head for days. These songs include She, Basket Case, When I Come Around and a few more. When this doesn't work however it leads to some really plain and boring songs that have no substance behind it. This makes it so easy to get sucked out of the record unless you sit there just anticipating the next big song and ignoring the filler ones. Overall, the consistency of this record is a bit all over the place but there are some absolute classics amongst the track list.
I tried, I really did; and it is not that i detest punk; I love the Sex Pistols. But Green Day, I just don't get it. Completely at a loss how this gets so highly rated by so many people with whom, besides Green Day, I seem to have a lot in common in terms of music taste. That's the beauty of taste, I suppose.
Basket Case and When I Come Around are awesome. I like Welcome To Paradise and Long View too, but the rest of the album is not good.
Madre mia, que recuerdos!!!!!!
Solamente por ellos este debería ser el mejor álbum de la historia (evidentemente no lo es)
El primer video musical que recuerdo es el de Basket Case junto con el cryin de Aerosmith.
Esa Tdk grabada por un amigo. Escucharlo a tope. Todo un descubrimiento para un crio de 13 años y una perfecta introducción para adentrarse en el rock y el mundo de las guitarras en años posteriores.
Hoy, después de muchos años, lo he vuelto a poner. Y Dookie me ha hecho volver a disfrutar muchísimo. Me sigue encantando aunque mis gustos se hayan encaminado a otros estilos. Y eso es de lo más importante que puede tener un disco, la atemporalidad.
Únicamente tengo una gran espina clavada con este disco y es no haber podido asistir al concierto de la Riviera donde tocaron el Dookie integro habiendo tenido muchas posibilidades de conseguir entrada. Pero la distancia y una fecha entre semana lo hicieron muy complicado.
Mejores canciones: todo el disco es una maravilla. Sonó y sigue sonando fenomenal. Líneas de bajo muy disfrutables en general.
One of the more overrated albums from one of the more overrated bands of the 1990's.
Un punk rock efficace
Not at all revelatory, but good energy and catchy songs beyond the ones you already know.
I always had issues with people calling this pop punk. It's heavier than the skate/pop punk that came after and even some of the punk rock that came before. Sure it's catchy, but most punk, except for a fair amount of hardcore bands, is catchy.
Not an avid fan of the whole pop-punk genre. But this album deserves it's credit. Most pop-punk bands can maybe manage one or two decent songs in there whole career. Green Day in this put out a whole album of great tracks. And got stronger as they progressed. Double thumbs up to them.
A lot of fun, a lot of energy, cool bass lines, simple yet effective, this is arguably their best album. Overall, 90/100.
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