Essays on Green Day

Is Sad Music Actually Sad?
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Music is everywhere one can think of. From inside grocery stores, to malls, on the radio, and even on television commercials. Music is all around us and surrounds everyone at almost every given time. “92% of people over the age of 12” actually listen to the radio consistently (Are MP3s and Vinyls …). However, the way people interpret music varies from person to person. The occipital and parietal, parts of the brain, work together to control how one “views” and…...
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American Idiot Critique
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As a Green Day fan, I thoroughly enjoyed watching American Idiot on Thursday, February 14 presented by the Company Theatre in Norwell, Massachusetts. The music was by Green Day, the lyrics were by Billie Joe Armstrong and the book was by Billie Joe Armstrong and Michael Mayer. The directing and choreography were both done by Corinne M. Mason with musical direction by Steve Bass. Corinne Mason did a fabulous job of incorporating opera with the Green Day songs to reach…...
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American Idiot by Green Day Analysis
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American Idiot is a song written by the band Green Day criticising America’s response to the September 11 attacks. They attack the government & the media even going as far as to call the government rednecks. I chose this song because it offers up several controversial topics such as September 11 and the media subliminally controlling the American public through television and newspapers. Through-out the song Green Day use thought provoking language that really gets you thinking. Green Day start…...
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