Green Day: Rock Band Track Listing Confirmed

The full forty-seven-strong track listing for pop-punksters Green Day's rhythm game Green Day: Rock Band has been revealed by Entertainment Weekly.

Green Day: Rock Band can also import the six Green Day tracks previously released as Rock Band downloadable content to be enhanced with new backgrounds and vocal harmonies, while the forty-seven tracks can be exported to any core Rock Band title--Rock Band, Rock Band 2 or the upcoming Rock Band 3--for a $9.99 fee.

Green Day: Rock Band is scheduled for a June 8 worldwide release on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and Wii. The full listing of tracks and their venues follows below.

The Warehouse
  • Dookie (1994)
    • "Burnout"
    • "Having a Blast"
    • "Chump"
    • "Longview"
    • "Welcome to Paradise"
    • "Pulling Teeth"
    • "Basket Case"
    • "She"
    • "Sassafrass Roots"
    • "When I Come Around"
    • "Coming Clean"
    • "Emenius Sleepus"
    • "In the End"
    • "F.O.D."
Milton Keynes
  • American Idiot (2004)
    • "American Idiot"
    • "Jesus of Suburbia"
    • "Holiday"
    • "Boulevard of Broken Dreams"
    • "Are We the Waiting"
    • "St. Jimmy"
    • "Give Me Novacaine"
    • "She's a Rebel"
    • "Extraordinary Girl"
    • "Letterbomb"
    • "Wake Me Up When September Ends"
    • "Homecoming"
    • "Whatsername"
  • Warning (2000)
    • "Minority"
    • "Warning"
  • Nimrod (1997)
    • "Hitchin' a Ride"
    • "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)"
    • "Nice Guys Finish Last"
  • Insomniac (1995)
    • "Brain Stew"
    • "Jaded"
    • "Geek Stink Breath"
The Fox Theater, Oakland
  • 21st Century Breakdown (2009)
    • "Song of the Century"
    • "21st Century Breakdown"
    • "Before the Lobotomy"
    • "Last Night on Earth"
    • "Peacemaker"
    • "Murder City"
    • "¿Viva La Gloria? (Little Girl)"
    • "Restless Heart Syndrome"
    • "Horseshoes and Handgrenades"
    • "The Static Age"
    • "American Eulogy"
    • "See the Light"
Downloadable Content (not included)
  • "21 Guns"
  • "Know Your Enemy"
  • "East Jesus Nowhere"
  • "Last of the American Girls"
  • "¡Viva La Gloria!"
  • "Christian's Inferno"
From The Chatty
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    April 12, 2010 8:47 AM

    It humors me to no end that a band that I listened to 20 years ago, that was relatively unknown now has a multi-generational following. It's great that at least some of the bands from the late 80s to early 90s actually survived all this time.
    Funny how Dookie is the oldest stuff they're putting on that though, there was at least 10 EPs before that album went big.

    /My Lawn
    /you know what to do

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      April 12, 2010 9:22 AM

      Yeah, also they should have added full album of Insomniac.

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        April 12, 2010 9:25 AM

        Yeah - wtf only 3 tracks off it. That and Dookie are the only 2 albums I really wanted out of this.

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        April 12, 2010 5:17 PM

        What would be left for you to buy as DLC then? =P

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      April 12, 2010 11:08 AM

      Kerplunk... 1039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours.. Yes, Green Day has been around forever and I still enjoy them. However, Dookie was, as still is IMO, the best album they've ever made. That's when they were really trying to make it and the effort seems to bleed through in every track. I can honestly listen to that album from beginning to end and back again because it's just that good.

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      April 12, 2010 12:44 PM

      I'm with you. Ignore the haters. Listen to what you want. I like Green Day.

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      April 12, 2010 12:52 PM

      I never got the Green Day hate either.

      Their pre-dookie stuff was great, dookie was great, and their new stuff is just as good, but in a different way. They are definitely just a rock band now, and I don't even think they would call themselves punk rock.

      Warning, American Idiot, and 21st century Breakdown are fantastic rock albums.

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        April 12, 2010 3:12 PM

        it's because there were TONS of better bands putting out better music every other day throughout the 90s. all depends on when you got your first aural clue to the existence of something better than radio pop.

        i mean really, would 25 years of Red Hot Chili Peppers material really suck?

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