Uno! is the ninth studio album by American rock band Green Day, released on September 21, 2012, by Reprise Records. It is the first of three albums in the ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré! trilogy, a series of studio albums released from September 2012 to December 2012. Green Day recorded the album from February to June 2012 at Jingletown Studios in Oakland, California
Tré! (37xFile, AAC, Comp, 256).
Green Day are a band who've reached the level where each new album is greeted with anticipation and scrutiny to see where they'll take their music next. After taking a couple of years off and then returning with the announcement that a trilogy of albums was en route, there's more focus than ever on what the band will provide listeners. The band dials back the political rhetoric to some extent on '¡Uno!,' and puts the focus back on the angst and the joys of the heart, with tracks like 'Stay the Night' and the lead single 'Oh Love' offering variations on the theme that feel perfect for radio. Fell for You' is also a mid-album standout, speaking to the nervousness of first love, while 'Sweet 16' is an infectious gem. But for those not looking to get in touch with their feelings, there's some great rock tracks on this album as well.
Artist: Green Day Album: ¡UNO! Instrument: Guitar Submitter: GuitarPunk94, georges409, JaretForsaken, Snazy30, iScottie.
Punk masters Green Day released their studio album "Uno" in 2012. This album is part of a trilogy of records that came out that same year. While I have never been the biggest Green Day fan, admittedly, this album really caught me by surprise and turned out to be really enjoyable. Blowing up when the punk resurgence of the early 90s was happening, Green Day has since evolved into a pop-punk force to be reckoned with.
Band Name Green Day. Album Name ¡Uno! Type Album. Дата релиза 25 Сентябрь 2012. Лейблы Reprise Records. Музыкальный стильPunk-Rock. Владельцы этого альбома39.
Green Day has never been shy about revealing its excellent taste in music, and if turning 40 has the band members reaching back for an extra push and singing "Carpe Diem," then it's also focused them on making tight, powerful pop songs with distorted guitars guiding the way. After the rock operas American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown, Billie Joe Armstrong was determined to get back to the band's punchy beginnings, where three minutes can tell a whole story. As the first volume of a projected three-album set being released in two-month intervals, ¡Uno! starts with the anthem "Nuclear Family. Old punks will note that the track recalls the punk schematic of The Clash's "Safe European Home.