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Artist:Green Day
Desc:Green Day did more damage to Punk than NoFX ever did.
Category:Music Videos, Alternative Progressive Indie Art
Tags:90s, Green Day, Good Riddance
Submitted:Billie_J_Buttfuck
Date:05/23/08
Views:1218
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Comment count is 11
Billie_J_Buttfuck
Fun fact - The lead singer hated (hates) this song. He thought it made him sound like a fag.
DMKA
He's right.

HURF BLURF DUH
What do you mean, "sound like"

glasseye
AS DO ALL OF THEIR SONGS.

kingarthur
Crime against humanity.
Magical Man from Happy-Land
fuck this song and fuck this video
Corman's Inferno
A song tailor-made for drunk driving PSAs.
BHWW
The only worse Green Day video is that one for "When I Come Arouuuuuund" and they're all wandering around an apartment corridor or something all slouched with their hands in their pockets. I hate that song almost as much as I hate this one or any other song by MOTHERFUCKING GREEN DAY ARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGH I JUST HATE THEM SO MUCH
mr666
Fuck the lot of you.
Desidiosus
+1 star because I'm drunk.
Torture the Artist
These motherfuckers are so punk rock that my 60-year-old mother knows every word to this song.

Their library of work has done more to change the face of the modern grocery store than the person who invented the cash register. It is impossible to get in and out of a Safeway without hearing these pricks coming around or walking alone or sleeping through September.
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