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  • In a post-viewing Q&A, director Tim Wheeler and others who worked on the film talked about their process and why the band chose to allow such intimate access

    Green Day’s documentary ¡Cuatro! screened at Los Angeles’ Sonos Studio on Wednesday, a month after it premiered at South By Southwest and one night before the band headlined the nearby 16,000-seater Sports Arena.

    Indeed, Green Day may be one of the biggest rock bands in the world, but in this intimate, 90-minute look at how the three-album collection ¡Uno!, ¡Dos! and ¡Tre! came together, the punk trio went back to its roots: playing clubs and hunkering down in a multitude of studios, where singer Billie Joe Armstrong mined through some 65 songs.

    You could say the creators of ¡Cuatro! didn’t quite know what they were getting themselves into when the project started as none of the new material had been written before filming officially began. “At one point it’s like, how are we going to fit all of this onto one record, let’s do two, and then let’s do three, and that’s really what happened, and everybody ran with it,” director Tim Wheeler said of the band’s seemingly endless inspiration during a Q&A moderated by Hollywood Reporter music editor Shirley Halperin.

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    April 18, 2013

    More photos from Quebec City: HERE

    Billie Joe "The One" Armstrong! 

    Mike "Le Coq" Dirnt! 

    Tre "The IceMan" Cool! 

    Jason "Friday the 13th" White!

    Thanks to Rival Boxing for coming out to the Quebec City show!  Check out Rival Boxing Gear: HERE

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    April 18, 2013

    New tour date added!

    Sunday July 7th - Montreux Festival, Switzerland

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  • Billie Joe Armstrong acted like a man with a new lease on life.

    The Green Day leader was joyful, energetic and full of passion during his East Bay punk-pop band's sold-out concert at the Greek Theatre. He was happy to be home and performing for the first time in years in Berkeley. Heck, he was just happy period.

    "We're all alive," he exclaimed to the 8,500 fans in attendance. "We're all still (expletive) alive!"

    What we were witnessing in that moment was a man who had learned, perhaps the hard way, the importance of taking time to smell the roses.

    "With so much scary (expletive) going on

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  • Green Day's American Idiot on red and black swirl vinyl.

    Hot Topic exclusive! Order: HERE

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