Better Day is the forty-third studio album by American country recording artist Dolly Parton. It was released on June 28, 2011, as the second album from her Dolly Records label. Better Day contains entirely original material, her first since Hungry Again
This album is better than Uno, and definitely better than Tre! Contains the best song from the trilogy - Lazy Bones! Has the best flow of all of the trilogy. Not Green Day's best (I'd rank Dos sixth, below AI, Dookie, Nimrod, Kerplunk and Warning), but still an important part of their catalog. Does NOT deserve to be eleventh! This is better than UNO and DOS, more rock than them. This one beats Tre and Uno by a mile. 1. American Idiot 2. Nimrod 3. Warning. 21st Century Breakdown 2. Warning 3. American Idiot. Dookie 2. Insomniac 3. 21st Century Breakdown.
Green Day albums are ranked from worst to best in a photo gallery. No single band has done more to bring punk into the mainstream than Green Day, who were recognized for this achievement when they were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015. But where to start on a discography that reaches back to their 1990 indie debut 39/Smooth? Our sister site Diffuser has sorted through every release, from early items like 1992's Kerplunk – which saw Tre Cool solidify Green Day's lineup alongside Billie Joe Armstrong and Mike Dirnt – through to signature triumphs, like 1994's Dookie and American Idiot, from a decade later.
What are the best albums by Green Day? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Green Day is ranked number 74 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 43,788. Members who like this artist also like: Nirvana, Radiohead and Pearl Jam. Time left: 19m 57s. Ships to: Worldwide.
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Green Light is one of those "lost" late-'70s Cliff Richard albums, dating from the period in which he'd finally made his sound contemporary but no one was paying too much attention. Everything here is a dead match for "Devil Woman," every bit as appealing and memorable and even better produced, with rippling lead guitars, crisp acoustic rhythm guitars, and elegant piano as part of a high-energy band sound.
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|1||Prologue Richard Green||Richard Green||0:35|
|2||Better Days Richard Green||Richard Green||4:02|
|3||Trepidatious Richard Green||Richard Green||3:12|
|4||Mother Nature's Callin' Matthew Green / Richard Green||Richard Green||3:26|
|5||Ode to Cal Richard Green||Richard Green||4:08|
|6||Words Get in the Way Richard Green||Richard Green||3:17|
|7||You Can't Stand Still on a Movin' Train Richard Green||Richard Green||4:52|
|8||There's More Where Love Comes From Richard Green||Richard Green||4:30|
|9||Long Hard Road Matthew Green / Richard Green||Richard Green||3:28|
|10||Last One to Leave Richard Green||Richard Green||4:43|
|11||Hole in My Heart Matthew Green / Richard Green||Richard Green||3:59|
|12||Beside Myself Too Matthew Green / Richard Green||Richard Green||4:02|
|13||Sunshine Day Matthew Green / Richard Green||Richard Green||3:36|
|14||Someday Richard Green||Richard Green||3:07|
|15||Epilogue Richard Green||Richard Green||0:46|
CreditsMatthew Green - Composer
Richard Green - Composer, Primary Artist