In our 119th episode, we do just as the title suggests…discuss the legacy of Green Day. Are they the most important punk band…ever? Are they rock opera sellouts? Do they have another ‘American Idiot’ level album left in the tank? As always, let us know what you think.
We open this episode withe a concert round up. We all had a chance to check out live music this past week — Spose, Frank Turner, Spoon, Bon Iver, and more!
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