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  • NEW YORK — With a hit Broadway show and now their own edition of the "Rock Band" franchise, Green Day is establishing themselves as a punk rock brand.

    "I just like being diverse and trying new things as far as Green Day is concerned," says front man Billie Joe Armstrong.

    The Grammy-winning, multiplatinum trio joins the Beatles as the only other act immortalized in "Rock Band"; the video game is being released next Tuesday.

    "It's like a glorified karaoke machine," Armstrong said. "Or 'Mortal Kombat' with guitars."

    As players progress through the game, they gain access into the band's

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    June 01, 2010

    "Know Your Enemy" @ Game Revolution: HERE.

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    June 01, 2010

     

    We're just one week away from the release of "Green Day: Rock Band," as one of the biggest acts in the world conquers an all-new medium: video games. It features 47 of the Berkeley boys' greatest tracks, including all of Dookie, American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown.

    Recently, Buzzworthy had a chance to talk with Green Day about the game, the group's all-time best MTV memories and some of the more painful events that have gone down while they were out on tour.

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    May 31, 2010

    Look for Billie Joe on the cover of the new XL Magazine in Italy.

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    May 31, 2010

    Look for Vogue to feature Green Day in the new June issue: HERE.

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