Green Day   Document mammoth Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ world tour with the release of new live album and DVD ŒAwesome As F**k¹ on March 21st on Reprise Records     ³Only the most expansive and confident of bands can make shows of the scale of tonight¹s gathering feel not merely like a gig, but an actual event. Green Day, of course, do this better than anyone you care to name.² ­ Kerrang!   ³A ferocious live showŠ The melodic Boulevard of Broken Dreams and 21 Guns were great stadium moments, yet Green Day were just as effective when drawing on more ragged tunes from their early days.² ­ The Evening Standard   ³The vast crowd was immediately galvanised into action ­ singing, shouting, shoving and shunting - an exultant display of high spirits that was maintained throughout a performance lasting just short of three hours.² ­ The Times     Green Day¹s 2009-2010 Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ tour proved to be one of the most dazzling and memorable live events of recent years. It saw the trio conquer all corners of the globe and included incendiary UK dates at Wembley Stadium, Manchester¹s Lancashire County Cricket Ground and Glasgow¹s SECC.   The band¹s explosive performances and captivating energy from the tour have been captured in their new live album and DVD ŒAwesome As F**k¹ that will be released on March 21st on Reprise Records. Green Day recorded every show on the Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ tour. When it concluded, vocalist/guitarist Billie Joe Armstrong, bassist Mike Dirnt, and drummer Tre Cool sifted through the audio to deliver the best performances from their shows around the world. The final tracklisting includes a performance each from the Wembley, Manchester and Glasgow shows, as well as other songs captured at venues ranging from Dublin to Japan.   In addition, ŒAwesome As F**k¹ also includes a sixteen-track DVD that was filmed in Tokyo. No song performances have been replicated on both the album and the DVD. A deluxe DMD album will also be available with the extra tracks ŒLetterbomb¹ and ŒChristie Road¹.   A trailer for the album is available at <> .   Released by Reprise Records in May 2009, Œ21st Century Breakdown¹ debuted at No. 1 on both sides of the Atlantic, sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide and earned Green Day a 2009 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. The album includes the hit singles ŒKnow Your Enemy¹ and ¹21 Guns¹.   ŒAwesome As F**k¹ will be launched with some special UK events that will be announced in the near future.   The full tracklisting is:   CD  1. 21st Century Breakdown - (London, England) 2. Know Your Enemy - (Manchester, England) 3. East Jesus Nowhere - (Glasgow, Scotland) 4. Holiday - (Dublin, Ireland) 5. Gloria - (Dallas, Texas) 6. Cigarettes And Valentines - (Phoenix, Arizona) 7. Burnout - (Irvine, California) 8. Pasalaqua - (Chula Vista, California ) 9. JAR - (Detroit, Michigan - August 23rd 2010) 10. Holden Caulfield - (New York, New York) 11. Geek Stink Breath - (Saitama-shi, Japan) 12. When I Come Around - (Berlin, Germany) 13. She - (Brisbane, Australia - December 8th 2009) 14. 21 Guns - (Mountain View, California) 15. American Idiot - (Montreal, QUE) 16. Wake Me Up - (Nickelsdorf, Austria) 17. Good Riddance - (Nickelsdorf, Austria)   DELUXE ALBUM BONUS TRACKS  1. Letterbomb - (Chula Vista, California) 2. Christie Road - (Hartford, Connecticut)   DVD  1. 21st Century Breakdown 2. Know Your Enemy 3. East Jesus Nowhere 4. Holiday 5. Static Age 6. Gloria 7. Blvd. Of Broken Dreams 8. Burnout 9. Geek Stink Breath 10.Welcome To Paradise 11. When I Come Around 12. She 13. 21 Guns 14. American Eulogy 15. Jesus Of Suburbia 16. Good Riddance <> 
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