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    June 08, 2010

    Green Day Want To 'Keep Adding' Earlier Songs To 'Rock Band'
    'It would be great to see songs from 39/Smooth and Kerplunk,' frontman Billie Joe Armstrong says of new game's track list.

    When you've got a discography that stretches all the way back to 1989, cramming all of it into one video game is sort of tough. That was exactly the problem facing Green Day when they partnered with the publishers of the "Rock Band" franchise — there was just too much music.

    So while the just-released "Green Day: Rock Band" features 47 tracks spanning the band's entire career, it opens to their breakout

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  • Look for a Green Day interview on the CBS Early Show tomorrow morning followed by a performance by the cast of American Idiot!

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    June 08, 2010

    Green Day, Lady Gaga and Soundgarden are the headliners for the Lollapalooza 2010 music festival to be held Aug. 6-8 in Chicago's Grant Park.

    Just released today, the lineup also includes the Strokes; Arcade Fire; MGMT; Phoenix; Jimmy Cliff; Erykah Badu; DEVO; Blues Traveler, Hot Chop and the Black Keys. More than 100 acts are scheduled over the three days.

    Tickets also are on sale starting today and range from $90 for a single day and $215 for three days to $850 for a VIP pass.

    [Full article at CBS News]

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    June 08, 2010

    Green Day: Rock Band Launch Trailer [HD] at Rock Band Facebook: HERE.

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    June 07, 2010

    'Green Day: Rock Band' Features Decades Of Dye Jobs And Tattoos

    "I thought we could have a lot of fun with 'Rock Band' and highlight different times in our career," bassist Mike Dirnt said. "I thought it was a really cool way to kind of show people, you know, just different things [about the group] in a format the size of a TV set."

    It seems that — nearly as much as their music — Green Day's career can be broken down into specific looks too: the baby dreadlocks and eye-popping dye jobs of the Dookie days; the bottle-blond, leather-jacket look of the Warning era; or the black spikes

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