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Dookie album for sale by Green Day was released Feb 01, 1994 on the Reprise label. In the days before there was grunge or thrash, a movement called punk arose as a populist response to the conformity of corporate rock, and a return to the garage roots of the music. Punk, new wave... whatever you want to call it, the movement was quickly co-opted by the major labels and radio as the best bands quickly evaporated into the pop mainstream while the rest faded into obscurity or day jobs. Dookie CD music contains a single disc with 14 songs. ...See Full Description
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|Old school best|
This album is a close second to Live's "Throwing Copper" as the best album of the 90's! I love EVERY song on the album.
By Marcus (Fort Sill, Oklahoma)
||Blowin' Down the Doors of Punk!|
Green Day may be the best known band in early 90's punk, and the most hated. Much as the Clash were despised in their native UK for "selling out" with London Calling, Green Day were singled out by the Gilman Street crowd as well.
By sonicmikestephens (Prescott, AZ USA BABY!)
||Dookie is Awesome|
Dookie is the best there is,my most favorite songs are Longview,Welcome to Paradise,Basket Case,She,When I Come Around,And F.O.D. /All By Myself(All of them made it too International Superhits!(except F.O.D. /All By Myself) I guess everyone likes "Welcome To Paradise"(The Dookie version).
By Zscott95 (Virginia,USA)
||2nd best album but well known|
this cd is great like all the others. Left wing is good and green day can do what they want.
By travis (oscoda michigan)
||Classic Green Day at their Best. Nuff Said!|
I personally enjoy this album and most of ( if not Every) song on this album. it's good, and it is the most talked about album in Green Day history so to speak.
By Justin (St. Anthony, NL, CA)
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Dookie songs Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1101296|
|Release Date||Feb 01, 1994|
|Producer||Rob Cavallo; Green Day|
|Engineer||Neill King; Casey McCrankin|
|Recording Time||39 minutes|
|Personnel||Billie Joe Armstrong - vocals, guitar|
Tre Cool - drums
Michael Pritchard - bass, background vocals