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¡DOS! [Explicit]

¡DOS! [Explicit]

9 Nov 2012
4.3 out of 5 stars 93 customer reviews

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It sounds like a album full of B sides, all the songs sound the same and the lyrical maturity of previous song such as Time of your life or when September ends is non-existent. The exception, which earns the album a second star is the the beautiful Amy Whinehouse Tribute "Amy" which is in my opinion one of the best songs. To conclude this is for completion est only!
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Love this album, bought it on vinyl along with Uno & Tre. Only problem with it is (on the vinyl version) track 7 on Dos (which should be Stray Heart, like on the cd and mp3 copy) it is actually Drama Queen (which is track 4 on Tre) not sure where this went wrong, and isn't really a problem apart from you don't get to hear Stray Heart.
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I'm not one of those Green Day fans who sullenly complain that Green Day don't sound like they did in the 90s and that everything they do these days is powerpop - I loved Green Day in the 90s, I loved Green Day in the 00s, and in the 10s? I still love these guys. "Uno" was a great little record, way underrated, and had it's share of catchy numbers and enough moments to remind me of why I love Green Day. Unfortunately, the follow-up, "Dos", is less impressive record.

I'll start with the songs I liked. "Stray Heart" might be the best song on the record. It's ridiculously catchy and has this bouncy, toe-tapping bass that you can dance to and not just pogo up and down to like in live shows but actually dancing. It's very un-Green Day in that its not punk-pop but it's still a really fun and enjoyable tune. Conversely, "Ashley" is the most Green Day sounding song on the record ("Nimrod"-era GD) with a catchy hook and driving beat, complete with trademark Tre drums. The closing song, "Amy", is Billie-Joe's tribute ballad to Amy Winehouse but beside the sentiment is a really great tune and is the song I've come back to more than any other on this record. Great sound, it has a very bare arrangement with just vocals and guitar. "Wild One" would be my final pick of the good songs on this record. It's catchy as hell with a slow and pounding beat. It sounds like a Noel Gallagher song from "Morning Glory" era Oasis complete with full on have-it guitar solo.

There were only a couple of songs I completely disliked. "Lady Cobra" is a total rip off of the White Stripes' "Fell in Love with a Girl" but not nearly as good and "Nightlife" is this record's "Kill the DJ". It's just plain bad, slow, stupid, interminable, and has this horrible rap throughout.
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I don't usually leave reviews but felt compelled to for this album. I have no clever words or sentences but quite simply this album is brilliant (prefer it to Uno) and definitely one of my Green Day fave's, I love every track on it. Dunno what else to say, it's just an utterly brilliant album which really kicks ass, Green Day style, and CANNOT wait to see them play this stuff live in June. Rock on Billie, you guys still have it big time! Buy it and listen to it, Ashley and Lazy Bones are immediately likeable and have you humming on all day, Lady Cobra, Makeout Party, Stop, and Wow! all just very 'up' and punky songs which remind me of Christians Inferno, and F*** Time, well that's just FUN! And obviously influence by the Beatles, not a bad thing! Really, what's not to love about this album?!
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Attempting to get right to the point (not something I excel at):

If the "best" Green Day album(s) is worthy of 5 stars (argument could be made for any studio album between '91 and 2005, my personal fave is Nimrod)...

I would say Uno was 4 stars (I know I'm not reviewing that album, just trying to get some perspective) as although it isn't a "classic" I enjoy listening to it and would rarely skip any of the tracks.

However, though I may (and hope I will) be proved wrong in time, after a week or so I cannot say the same about Dos - hence the 3 star rating.

To be more specific: there is very little I truly love about this album and some parts of it are downright cringe-y...
The start of Dos is promising (if you don't simply want endless Dookie clones); See You Tonight is a minute-long Simon and Garfunkel-esque intro to the album. Then (like a lot of songs on 21st Century Breakdown seemed to do) this interesting new direction is arbitrarily chucked out the window - which isn't entirely surprising, I probably wouldn't have wanted an entire album in that style, though that may have been preferable to what follows:
F*** Time is surely the stupidest (in a bad way) Green Day song ever. As a long-term fan used to defending them against accusations of childish superficiality I was embarrassed enough by the title of their last live dvd, but this?? Cheesey, lazy 12-bar blues with those childish (BJ was writing more adult, profound stuff at 16), lazy "lyrics"? It would have barely made a b-side in the 90s.

Incidentally - It's not the swearing; "**** head, **** face, ****-smoking mother******* ***hole, dirty **** waste of semen I hope you die hey!
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I don't mind that Green Day sound different to Dookie, I loved Warning and enjoyed both American Idiot and 20th Century Breakdown. Uno! was ok, Yet I cant find a single positive reason about Dos!... All the songs are shallow rock by numbers with the exception of one, and you can tell there is no feeling or emotion going into them. The low point of the whole farce is the exception, Nightlife, which is such terrible pop tripe, like all pop songs these days, about nothing (well about going out). If i wanted to listen to Kesha i would buy Kesha...
Respect to Green Day for what they are trying to achieve, but there is a reason people who write there own songs don't generally do triple albums - they cant create enough quality content, and Dos is proof that despite Billie Joe's prolific songwriting talent, this was a step to far even for him.
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