Green Day - Slappy E.P. mp3 album
|Style:||Punk, Pop Punk|
|Date of release:||1990|
|MP3 album size:||1345 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1511 mb|
|Digital formats:||DMF WMA VOX AC3 ASF AHX AIFF|
Slappy is the second extended play by the American punk rock band Green Day. It was released in the Summer of 1990 through Lookout! Records
Slappy is the second EP by American rock band Green Day. It was released in the summer of 1990 through Lookout! Records. Billie Joe Armstrong cited the extended play as the one on which Green Day began to find its sound. Recorded in a few hours on April 20, 1990 at Art of Ears Studio with Andro Engineering and mixed April 23 in a few more hours.
1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours is a collection of early recordings by American rock band Green Day, released on October 1, 1991 by Lookout Records. Often referred to as the band's debut album, the compilation combines the band's actual debut 39/Smooth and its first two extended plays Slappy and 1,000 Hours, which are all currently out of print, hence its name being an amalgamation of the album and the two EP's
Green Day's 39/Smooth . Paper Lanterns" was a popular Green Day song and a live staple for many years and was brought back for the 2010 leg of the 21st Century Breakdown World Tour. Why Do You Want Him?" was the first song Armstrong wrote, back when he was fourteen. He expressed in a 2010 interview that contrary to the common belief, the song is not about his stepfather. The title "409 in Your Coffeemaker" is taken from a prank Armstrong pulled on his teacher . His work with Green Day resulted in about 961,000 albums sold, which are mostly from the compilation album 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. List of Animaniacs characters. This is a list of characters in the Warner Bros. animated television series, Animaniacs.
Green Day is a pop punk/alternative rock band from East Bay, California that formed in 1987. They were originally called Sweet Children, but changed their name before their first release. Current lineup lead vocals, guitars : Billie Joe Armstrong bass guitar, backing vocals : Mike Dirnt (Michael Pritchard) drums, percussion : Tré Cool (Frank E. Wright III). Former member: Drums: John Kiffmeyer alias Al Sobrante until 1990.
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Green Day lyrics - 225 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)", "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams", "Wake Me Up When September Ends". album: "1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours" (1990). At The Library Don't Leave Me I Was There Disappearing Boy Green Day Going To Pasalacqua 16 Road To Acceptance Rest The Judge's Daughter Paper Lanterns Why Do You Want Him? 409 In Your Coffeemaker Knowledge 1,000 Hours Dry Ice Only Of You The One I Want I Want To Be Alone. album: "Kerplunk!" (1991)
But each Green Day album has found the trio slowly growing up, even if until American Idiot all that meant was accordion and ripping off the Kinks. We can chalk up the half-assed politicking and the downer vibe of stinkers like "Holiday" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" to the depressing madness of the 2004 election. We Americans all went a little nutty that year. 1,000 Hours, 1990's Slappy EP, and 1991's 39/Smooth LP were bundled together on CD as (duh) 1991's 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. It's raw stuff, but even at this point Green Day's records were at least halfway decently recorded, unlike most of their peers' tin-can-and-twine set-ups. And songs like "At the Library" were downright hummable, always important when you're trying to make pop music- especially out of only a few chords in a formally restrictive setting.
1,039/smoothed out slappy hours. All Songs From The Album 39/Smooth Except:) 11-14 : Slappy EP (LK35) 15-18 : 1,000 Hours EP (LK17) 19 : Flipside 'The Big One' Compilation All Songs By Green Day Except "knowledge" by Operation Ivy Lyrics By Billie Joe (Except "i was there" by john kriftmeyer ) 1990 Green Daze Music, ASCAP, Lookout Records, LLC .
|A2||Why Do You Want Him?|
|B1||409 In Your Coffeemaker|
- Recorded At – Art Of Ears Studio
- Layout – Aaron Cometbus
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Photography By [Back Photo] – Shawn Hughes
- Photography By [Front Photo] – Al Sobrante
NotesYellow vinyl edition.
|Lookout 035||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Gre)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 035||US||1990|
|Lookout #35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", Blu)||Lookout! Records||Lookout #35||US||1990|
|Lookout 035||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Cle)||Lookout! Records||Lookout 035||US||1990|
|#35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, Pap)||Lookout! Records||#35||US||1990|
|#35||Green Day||Slappy E.P. (7", EP, RP, Ber)||Lookout! Records||#35||US||1990|