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Rock Notes

Green Day pens a punk-rock opera

By Steve Morse
Globe Staff / September 17, 2004

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Jesus of Suburbia, St. Jimmy, and Whatsername. They are all the characters in a new punk opera by Green Day that may never rival the Who's "Tommy" but is a potent work supercharged with songs about alienation amid the "redneck agenda" in Washington, according to the band. (Full Article: 1243 Words)

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