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  • Two of US punk band Green Day’s leading lights are joining the competitive world of organic coffee sales, but with a twist — they say their new company will be the first to use mass produced compostable bags and pods.

    Bass player Mike Dirnt and lead vocalist Billie Joe Armstrong, who are launching Oakland Coffee Works this week, and San Francisco Bay Coffee, a family-owned business, will both use the bags and pods for their products.

    Made out of starches and sugars, they can be discarded along with compost to be consumed by micro-organisms in the soil, creating a fertile humus, said Paul

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  • LOS ANGELES, CA – NOVEMBER 23, 2015 – Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Green Day today announced that they will release a limited Black Friday vinyl edition of their two-time Grammy® Award-winning album American Idiot on November 27, 2015. The special release will be available exclusively at independent record stores in the United States. Find the store closest to you at www.recordstoreday.com. The 5,000 limited edition run will include a red and black LP (Disc 1) and a white and black LP (Disc 2).   

    American Idiot is Green Day’s seventh studio album.

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  • Limited Edition 24"x36" 'Heart Like A Hand Grenade' Movie Poster and DVD bundle exclusively available in the Green Day Music Store Now!

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    November 12, 2015

     

    GREEN DAY'S DOCUMENTARY

    HEART LIKE A HAND GRENADE 

    OUT TOMORROW 

     

    LOS ANGELES / NEW YORK (November 12, 2015) - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees Green Day are pleased to share Heart Like a Hand Grenade, an unprecedented behind the scenes look at the writing and recording of their legendary album American Idiot. The documentary will be available for purchase digitally and on DVD via Reprise Records tomorrow, November 13, 2015.

     

    Captured on film by director John Roecker, Heart Like a Hand Grenade is considered by many to be a "lost film". More than 10 years after the release of American

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  • Klipsch was honored to be part of the festivities when Green Day was inducted into the Rock and Hall of Fame museum in 2015.

    In between rehearsals before the induction ceremony, Green Day’s legendary bass player Mike Dirnt visited the Klipsch green room backstage and heaped praise upon us, saying he has always loved our speakers and headphones. It was flattering, to say the least.

    In 1986, Dirnt formed the band alongside Billie Joe Armstrong that would end up being one of the true icons of the punk rock era.

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