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Green Day announces greatest hits album with two new songs

The new set is available worldwide November 17th

Green Day has announced a new greatest hits collection Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band. Set for release on November 17th via Reprise Records, the new collection is “the ultimate playlist of 22 hits including two new songs.”

The group made the announcement on social media stating, “From God’s Favorite Band to the world’s best fans, Christmas comes early.”

“When I Come Around,” “Basketcase,” “Brain Stew,” “American Idiot,” “Boulevard Of Broken Dreams” and “Wake Me Up When September Ends” are among the hits included on the project. “Back In The USA” and “Ordinary World” featuring country superstar Miranda Lambert are the two new tracks. This marks the second time that Lambert and frontman Billie Joe Armstrong have collaborated on stage. The first was at the 2014 Grammy Awards when the pair paid tribute to Phil Everly.

Numerous pre-order bundles are available via the group’s website. Fans fan take home a bevy of merch featuring the album on either CD or vinyl, apparel, a patch set and religious-esque candle set.

The pop/punk trio will be touring South America this November. They’ll kick it off November 1st in Rio de Janiero, Brazil with other stops throughout the country, Argentina, Chile, Peru and Colombia before wrapping in Mexico City on November 19th.

1. 2000 Light Years Away
2. Longview
3. Welcome To Paradise
4. Basket Case
5. When I Come Around
6. She
7. Brain Stew
8. Hitchin’ A Ride
9. Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)
10. Minority
11. Warning
12. American Idiot
13. Holiday
14. Boulevard Of Broken Dreams
15. Wake Me Up When September Ends
16. Know Your Enemy
17. 21 Guns
18. Oh Love
19. Bang Bang
20. Still Breathing
21. Ordinary World [feat. Miranda Lambert]
22. Back In The USA

Author: Buddy Iahn

Buddy Iahn founded The Music Universe when he decided to juxtapose his love of web design and music. As a lifelong drummer, he decided to take a hiatus from playing music to report it. The website began as a fun project in 2013 to one of the top independent news sites.

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