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Green Day

1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours (Re-issue)

Lookout! 300

Released on January 27, 2004

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Green Day's first album "39/Smooth" is back in a brand new deluxe edition. Originally released in 1990, this album was the world's first glimpse of Green Day's unique blend of punk rock energy, melodic riffs and self-depreciating charm. Green Day is the most popular punk band in the world today with millions of fans all over. Every track has been re-mastered from the original tapes by Bernie Grundman in 2003. This historic album sounds better than ever, how can that be wrong?

Features include: Over 20 minutes of live video performances from 1990-1991; Vintage photos, handwritten lyrics by Billie Joe and flyer art; Live radio performance and interview from 1991; Included are the band's first two 7 inch EPs "1000 Hours" from 1989, "Slappy" from 1990 plus a compilation track from 1991; The CD package has been redesigned by the original artist into a deluxe embossed digipack with a twelve page booklet including more art and photos from the original vinyl releases.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 5 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 At The Library  11%
2 Don't Leave Me  0%
3 I Was There  4%
4 Disappearing Boy  10%
5 Green Day  3%
6 Going To Pasalacqua Voted #1  16%
7 16  1%
8 Road To Acceptance  3%
9 Rest  1%
10 The Judges Daughter  3%
11 Paper Lanterns Voted #2  12%
12 Why Do You Want Him?  2%
13 409 In Your Coffeemaker  2%
14 Knowledge  4%
15 1,000 Hours  6%
16 Dry Ice Voted #3  12%
17 Only Of You  5%
18 The One I Want  3%
19 I Want To Be Alone  2%
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Jannie from Elkins Park, PA 
Feb 22 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is sooo rocking. I especially love the videos. It's awesome stuff. So, you should get this cd. It's worth the money.

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Mark from London, United Kingdom 
Feb 18 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's Green Day's first album. You know what it sounds like. Some songs are pretty good and some are pretty boring. Doesn't really show what they were to go on to do but still quite good none the less. Comes in a digipack. BOO! >=(

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Guillermo from Lawrence, KS 
Feb 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First of all, everybody knows that any green day cd is worthy of 5 stars (specially the old ones). This album is just genious, all of its songs are masterpieces and its awesome to listen to them in all its remastered glory. The extras are pretty cool too. My favorite is the handwritten lyrics of the songs by billie joe because you can see how they actually made the song work. The videos are a little dark, but its still cool to see green day play in gillman street. Its also cool to see how a small local band could have become the huge band that is now. The live radio performance and the pictures are also neat-o. I own the original album, but i knew that i had to but this one, first of all because its green day and they are gods, and also because the cool stuff it comes with.

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David from Houston, TX 
Feb 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This one's pretty simple folks. If you want to know the extra features of this disc, see the review directly below this one. The extra features are all okay as supplemental material to the newer fan, but the diehards out there probably have a radio performance or an old video bootleg from the time that this record came out.

What makes this disc worth buying is the remastering of the tracks using today's technology. You're probably not buying this album to hear these songs for the first time, but I assure you it's everything you want it to be. It'll make you remember why you love Green Day.

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Barbara from Hampton, VA 
Feb 1 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

First and foremost this is worth it only for die-hard GD fans. Then again a casual GD fan will concern themselves with Dookie, Nimrod, and ISH only, anyway, so that point is redundant to even state. Anyway, obviously the value of this lies in the extras, as the people who are going to buy this, almost certainly already own a copy. The great thing is that the extras are in fact pretty well worth it. First, there is a photo gallery full of early and humorous photos, cool stuff. Second, there is a collection of live clips that are explicitely labeled as being crappy before you even play them. Are they? Well yeah, but only visually. One has Billy waxing philosophical on Racism after playing Road to Acceptance and another has Billy breaking a string and stoping mid-song right after singing "I wish I could tell you, but the words would come out wrong"--okay I thought that was funny. Third, there is a radio broadcast highlighted by an acoustic performance of One For the Razorback--its labeled without the "s" and Billy says it without the "s", I'm not illiterate or unversed in the ways of GD, I swear even though I know this sounds way too defensive. Finally, and I think coolest, there is a collection of concert flyers and scans of 5 of Billy's original (handwritten!!) lyrics for Why Do You Want Him?, The One I Want, Paper Lanterns, Only of You, and Don't Leave Me. Also, there is additional album artwork. The only problem is that its in a digipak, ugggh. But I would never take off a star just for that. So, in conclusion, worth every penny!





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