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ADELINE SALE

on June 21, 2010

It's spring cleaning time!! Get 30% off all classic Adeline merch! This is a limited time offer, so get your size while they still have it!

 

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ROCK THE AIR WITH GREEN DAY CONTEST

on June 20, 2010

Congratulations to all the winners of the Idiot Club: Rock The Air with Green Day contest. Login and see if you were one of the 10 winners of autographed Rock Band games: HERE.

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GREEN DAY TRIUMPH AT BIGGEST-EVER UK SHOW

on June 20, 2010

A playful Green Day stormed their way through a near three hour long show at Wembley Stadium on June 19, and described it as "the biggest show of our f--ing lives" during the set.

Having played Wembley Arena last autumn, the graduation to the stadium, as part of an eighteen date European tour, was a triumphant one; the punk stalwarts romped through a mammoth 34-song set that spanned their entire career, from breakthrough hit 'Basketcase' to more recent material from 2004's critically acclaimed 'American Idiot' and last year's '21st Century Breakdown,' the NME reported.

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NEW YORK TIMES

on June 19, 2010

WIMBLEDON, England — In preparation for Wimbledon, Serena Williams took in a Green Day concert at Wembley Stadium and, with the Queen of England scheduled to visit the tournament Thursday, practiced her curtsy in front of the mirror.

Of Green Day, she gushed: “They were so close.”

Williams was much more animated on other topics. Like Green Day (she pronounced herself a “massive” fan). And The Queen (she does plan to curtsy, if given the opportunity, and she would welcome an introduction).

[Full article at New York Times]

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GREEN DAY AT WEMBLEY STADIUM

on June 18, 2010

Green Day play the biggest show of their 'fucking lives' at London's Wembley Stadium

American pop punk trio also get into the World Cup spirit

The American punk pop trio played a mammoth two hour and 50 minute set from their 20 year backcatalogue featuring tracks and hits from seven of their eight albums as they peppered their set with pyrotechnics and shooting flames.

Arriving onstage to huge cheers, drummer Tre Cool charged down the catwalk before launching his drumsticks onto the main stage as the band kicked off the show with '21st Century Breakdown' opener 'Song Of The Century'.

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