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Johan Olsson likes to take popular songs and imagine what they would have sounded like had they been made in a different decade. Here, he transform’s Green Day’s 2004 pop-punk anthem into something that could have appeared on the Flashdance soundtrack.
Polyphonic summarizes the stories and the overarching tale of Green Day’s 2002 concept album American Idiot. It follows a man who lashes out at society and his family, only to realize too late that he should have taken control of his life.
We can only imagine that Freddie Mercury was looking down with a big grin on his face at the crowd at this Green Day concert at London’s Hyde Park, as over 65,000 fans joined together in harmony to sing the Queen rock opera classic Bohemian Rhapsody.
Green Day’s Billy Joe Armstrong stars in this family comedy as a dad still hoping that his band will get together even after a decade-long “hiatus.” When his family forgets his birthday, he throws an expensive party, inviting his bandmates and their manager.
Remix masters Entyme vs. Party Ben perfectly melded Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams with Adele’s Hello, then tossed in a bit of Oasis and Aerosmith for good measure. Download this mashup and others here.
Musician and vocal impressionist Anthony Vincent of Ten Second Songs fame turns in an unexpected cover version of Adele’s hit track Hello in the style of Green Day. At least it starts out as a Green Day track. By the end, it takes on a life of its own.