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More about Green Day.
Green Day was a fraction of the California punk scene. Childhood friends Billie Joe Armstrong (guitar, vocals) and Mike Dirnt (bass; born Mike Pritchard) shaped their first band, Sweet Children, in Rodeo, California when they were 14 years old. By 1989, the group had added drummer Al Sobrante and altered their name to Green Day. That year, the band separately released their first EP, 1,000 Hours, which was well-received in the punk scene. Soon, the Green Day group had signed a contract with the local independent label, Lookout! Records. 39/Smooth, Green Day's first album, was released later that year. Soon after its release, the band replaced Kiftmeyer with Tre Cool (born Frank Edwin Wright, III); Tre Cool became the band's enduring drummer.
Throughout the early '90s, Green Day sustained to cultivate a cult following, which only gained strength with the let go of their second album, 1992's Kerplunk. The subversive success of Kerplunk led to a wave of attention from major record labels; the Green Day band eventually decided to sign with Reprise. Dookie, Green Day's major label debut, was released in the spring of 1994. Thanks to MTV hold up for the initial single "Longview," Dookie became a major hit.
The album sustained to increase momentum throughout the summer, with the second single "Basket Case" spending five weeks on the top of the American modern rock charts. At the end of the summer, the Green Day band stole the show at Woodstock '94, which helped the sales of Dookie add to. By the time the fourth single "When I Come Around" began its seven-week stay at number one in the modern rock charts in early 1995, Dookie had sold over five million copies in the US alone; it would eventually top eight million in America, selling over eleven million copies internationally. Dookie also won the 1994 Grammy for Best Alternative Music Performance.
Green Day quickly followed Dookie with Insomniac in the fall of 1995; throughout the summer, Green Day hit number one again on the modern rock charts with "J.A.R.," their donation to the Angus soundtrack. Insomniac performed well initially, entering the US charts at number two, and selling over two million copies by the spring of 1996, yet none of its singles -- counting the radio favorite "Brain Stew/Jaded" -- were as well-liked as those from Dookie. In the spring of 1996, Green Day abruptly cancelled a European tour, claiming tiredness. Following the cancellation, the band spent the rest of the year resting and writing new material. The end result is what is called by several, the best album of their career, Nimrod.
Nimrod was well received by most critics and fans. The album sold 80,000 copies in it's first week to land at #10 on the Billboard charts. The first solitary from Nimrod was "Hitchin' A Ride". The single made it to #5 on the modern rock charts and was in heavy rotation on MuchMusic and MTV. The after that single the band released would not make it to number one (it's highest position was #2), but it is now maybe the most well known songs Green Day ever wrote. Featuring Billie Joe on acoustic guitar and vocals, "Time Of Your Life" became the song to play in any remotely sad situation. The song was even used on the last ever incident of the hit TV show Seinfeld (it was also the most watched finale in the history of TV).