Father Of All Motherfuckers (album) by Green Day
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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 12,243.
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You know, this album really could've used some features, some Swedish songwriters, and some trap beats.
It's only February and we already have the worst album of the decade. Thanks, Green Day!
This album starts off really bad. The first three songs are really awful. After those first three, the albums redeems itself a bit with meet me on the roof, but the rest is enjoyable, but not all that great.
Favourite Track: Meet me on the roof
Least Favorite Track: 'Fire, Ready, Aim', 'Oh Yeah', 'Graffitia'
An album sort of thrown together, but you can tell they had fun making it. They try some new sounds for the group and some work (The first three are standouts) and some don't (meet me on the roof) An enjoyable experience but I'll probably only listen to a few of the songs from here on
Worst Green Day album, I guess it's sad that I'm not surprised at all...
Green Day with all the pressure off, nice to hear them having fun for the first time in what could be 20 years.
Never been a Green Day fan but this isn't bad at all but it also sounds like they're taking pages out of other band's playbooks.
The opener is fun but it sounds more like a reimagining of The White Stripes than a Green Day song. The album as a whole sounds like the best Weezer album in four years.
Green Day's best album since the underrated 21st Century Breakdown. It doesn't sound like a Green Day album, but considering how "meh" their last 4 albums were, maybe that's not such a bad thing. There's nothing here that really stands out, and I highly doubt that this album will age well, but it's fun for now. And it actually sounds like they had fun recording it, which doesn't seem too common for a band whose members are about to turn 50.