A recording of an unreleased, early Green Day song has been shared online. Check out ‘Stay’ below.
The song pre-dates the punk icons’ debut album ’39/Smooth’, and was recorded live at the band’s opening gig for Killdozer at Berkeley Square on July 22, 1989.
Starting by leaning towards their more gentle ballad side, the track then builds into a noisey rock crescendo. The song has often been called ‘World vs. World’ by fans in the Green Day community, and is said to have been written for an unreleased indie film by frontman Billie Joe Armstrong’s brother.
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Green Day - Insomniac - US - vinyl LP - £25.00, $30.50, €27.75 (New Item) (arrived 05-Dec-2019 11:00)
GREEN DAY Insomniac (2009 US exclusive 'Because Sound Matters' series issue of their classic 1995 14-track LP pressed on 180gram Heavyweight Vinyl, including the singles Geek Stink Breath, Stuck With Me, 86 and Brain Stew / Jaded. The vinyl is BRAND NEW & unplayed housed in the picture sleeve which remains sealed within its hype-stickered shrinkwrap and comes complete with the white-on-black lyric sheet)
Green Day - Redundant - UK - 7" vinyl - £20.00, $24.40, €22.20 (New Item) (arrived 29-Nov-2019 16:19)
GREEN DAY Redundant (1998 UK 7" single also including The Grouch recorded live at the Electric Factory in Philadelphia, PA on November 14th 1997. The matte picture sleeve displays just a little light general wear and the vinyl appears barely played WO438)
Green Day - Dookie - US - vinyl LP - £25.00, $30.50, €27.75 (New Item) (arrived 27-Nov-2019 14:31)
GREEN DAY Dookie (2009 US exclusive limited edition 14-track LP pressed on 180gram Vinyl. Originally released in 1994, their third studio album spawned the hit singles Basket Case and When I Come Around', housed in a glossy picture sleeve with a double-sided illustrated insert. this copy remains sealed from new in its original hype-stickered shrink and is in mint condition)