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Green Day Streaming ‘¡Uno!’ Album in Its Entirety

Green Day
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As promised, Green Day are sharing their ‘¡Uno!’ album ahead of its release via the band’s new deal with Nokia Music / AT&T. Fans can listen to the disc in full at the group’s Facebook page under the ‘Hear ¡Uno! Now’ tab.

Thanks to a number of club dates over the past few months, fans are already familiar with a number of tracks from the first album in the band’s trilogy. Either full performances or snippets of live performance have surfaced online of such songs as ‘Let Yourself Go,’ ‘Kill the DJ‘ and ‘Rusty James.’

Meanwhile, ‘Oh, Love‘ immediately jumped to the top of the charts when it was released this summer, and the group just issued a video for the second single, ‘Nuclear Family.’

Green Day will continue to work in material from not only the ‘¡Uno!’ disc, but also the follow-up records, ‘¡Dos!’ and ‘¡Tre!,’ on their upcoming 2012 and 2013 performances. The latter two records will follow on Nov. 13 and Jan. 15 respectively. The ‘¡Uno!’ disc arrives next Tuesday, Sept. 25.

Next: Green Day Play Marathon NYC Show

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