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Green Day - "Waiting" 7'' (Clear Neon Pink/Clear Neon Green Pre-Order)

on March 26, 2014

Classic Adeline release on clear neon pink or clear neon green vinyl . Featuring "Waiting" from Green Day's album Warning and an alternate version of the song "Maria". 



Neon pink is limited to 300

Neon green is limited to 350

Side 1: Waiting

Side 2: Maria

Pre-order: HERE

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Growing Up With Green Day: Millennials and 10 Years of American Idiot

on March 25, 2014

A wall of televisions occupies the stage. Each screen plays its own clip, from Hurricane Katrina news coverage to Survivor episode segments. Then, the screens synchronize to play a single video. George W. Bush, in his 2001 address to a joint session of Congress, steps up to the podium and proclaims, “Either you are with us, or you are with the terrorists.” The television sets turn off. The lights dim. American Idiot: The Musical begins.

Within the first minute of the show, which ran on Broadway for one year and is currently on a national tour, the musical grounds itself in a specific

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Delightful 'These Paper Bullets!' A Celebration Of The '60s, Shakespeare

on March 24, 2014

The show: "These Paper Bullets!", a Yale Repertory Theatre production at the University Theatre in New Haven.

What makes it special?: World premiere of Rolin Jones' "modish rip-off of William Shakespeare's 'Much Ado About Nothing,' " with new songs by Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong.

First impressions?: Taking the Bard's romantic comedy and setting it in London in the '60s and centering on a wildly popular rock band (think Beatles) may sound like an audacious idea and, well, it is. But it somehow, improbably, delightfully works in what is the most playful, exuberant show of the season.

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New Video! “Baby Blue,” written by Billie Joe Armstrong for the world premiere of THESE PAPER BULLETS!

on March 21, 2014

New Video! “Baby Blue,” written by Billie Joe Armstrong for the world premiere of THESE PAPER BULLETS!, a modish ripoff of William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, adapted by Rolin Jones, directed by Jackson Gay. At Yale Repertory Theatre in New Haven, CT, now through April 5 only! Tickets and more info here —>