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  • The Nineties' most irrepressible punk brats grew up with a bang. They also proved they could take on the kind of gargantuan old-school concept album that nobody else seemed to have the guts to try. Not only did they pull it off, they made one of the era's lasting albums, raging against political complacency of mid-decade America with a Who-size sense of grandeur. From the nine-minute epic "Jesus of Suburbia" to the punk nugget "Extraordinary Girl/Letterbomb," they zeroed in on the rock audience's political outcasts and misfits as Billie Joe Armstrong snarled, "Welcome to a new kind of tension/All across the alien nation."

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  • Inspired by the Green Day album of the same name, American Idiot follows three twentysomething friends whose dreams of rock star glory are sidelined by drug abuse, unwanted pregnancies and military duties. The Tony-nominated musical will launch a national tour this fall. Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong, who stepped into the role of St. Jimmy during the Broadway run, is even eyeing a starring role in an upcoming film adaptation of the show.

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  • Vote for your 25 by arranging the Q covers on the grid below into a ranking of one to 25. You can even add as many as three new names to the list if you think we've missed someone. Every week, one voter will win a BlackBerry® Bold phone. Those who have the winning artist at the top of their list when voting closes will be eligible to win the ultimate prize - a BlackBerry® PlayBook™.

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  • In honor of 2011 Video Music Awards announced last night, we're counting down MTV's most extreme Moonman winners ever. Take a gander at which of your favorite musicians love to shred and don't forget to vote for your favorite VMA nominees. Maybe Tyler, the Creator or Justin Bieber will make this list next year.

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  • National holidays are all well and good, but of course, the best way to show your love for Cap is through a parody of a Green Day song. The patriots over at ScreenTeamShow understand this, and that's why they dressed up one of their best in Captain America's signature outfit and gave him one mission: Rock the world. The results of that bold experiment are yours to view right here:

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