Green Day

Green Day's first album is 1,000 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours.
Green Day's second album is Kerplunk.
Green Day's third album is Dookie.
Green Day's fourth album is Insomniac.
Green Day's fifth album is Nimrod.
Green Day's sixth album is Warning.
Green Day's seventh album is Shenanigans.
Green Day's eigth album is American Idiot.
American Idiot won best rock album at the 2004 Grammys.
They were nominated for Record of the Year for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" in the 2005 Grammy Awards.
The band members in Green Day include Billie Joe Armstrong, Tre Cool, and Mike Dirnt.
The singles from the album Dookie are Basket Case, Welcome to Paradise, Longview, and When I Come Around.
The singles from the album Insomniac are Geek Stink Breath, Brain Stew/Jaded, Walking Contradiction, and Stuck With Me.
The singles from the album Nimrod are Hitchin' A Ride, Good Ridance, Redundant, and Nice Guys Finish Last.
The singles from the album Warning are Warning, Minority, Waiting, and Macy's Day Parade.
The singles from the album American Idiot are American Idiot, Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Holiday, Wake Me Up When September Ends, and Jesus of Suburbia.
Two of Green Day's videos have retired on TRL (Boulevard of Broken Dreams and Wake Me Up When September Ends).
Boulevard of Broken Dreams was #2 on VH1'S Top 40 Countdown of 2005.
Bullet in A Bible is their first concert album.
International Superhits is their first compilation disc.
The Shenanigans album is full of B-side songs.
The song ''Jesus of Suburbia'' is considered the centerpoint of the American Idiot album.
At Woodstock 1994, Green Day started a mud fight with the fans. Bassist Mike Dirnt lost his two front teeth when a bodyguard tackled him, thinking he was a fan on stage.
Green Day picked up six Billboard Music Awards in 2005 - Pop Group of the Year, Billboard 200 Album Group of the Year, Hot 100 Group of the Year, Rock Artist of the Year, Rock Song of the Year (Boulevard of Broken Dreams) and Modern Rock Artist
Their song Do, Da, Da and Stuck With Me got mixed up when they released Insomniac so they released Do, Da, Da on Shenanagins
Performed with U2 at the re-opening of the Louisiana Superdome in 2006.