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Green Day - Slappy E.P. download mp3 album
Performer:
Album:
Slappy E.P.
Style:
Punk, Pop Punk
Released:
1990
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1309 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1874 mb
WMA vers. size:
1554 mb
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4.2 ★
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459

39/Smooth is the debut studio album by American rock band Green Day, released on April 13, 1990 by Lookout Records. It was the band's only album to feature original drummer John Kiffmeyer. Jesse Michaels of Operation Ivy contributed the artwork on the album. The inner sleeve shows handwritten lyrics by Billie Joe Armstrong and letters by drummer John Kiffmeyer and Lookout owner Larry Livermore to .

Green Day's 39/Smooth . Paper Lanterns" was a popular Green Day song and a live staple for many years and was brought back for the 2010 leg of the 21st Century Breakdown World Tour. Why Do You Want Him?" was the first song Armstrong wrote, back when he was fourteen. He expressed in a 2010 interview that contrary to the common belief, the song is not about his stepfather. The title "409 in Your Coffeemaker" is taken from a prank Armstrong pulled on his teacher  . His work with Green Day resulted in about 961,000 albums sold, which are mostly from the compilation album 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. List of Animaniacs characters. This is a list of characters in the Warner Bros. animated television series, Animaniacs.

Green Day - 1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours KatieAlves 2,286 90 Everyone Knows Slappy doubleleaf 1,086 191 Young Slappy Squirrel mysticalpha 276 54 I Love Yakko Stamp CaptianAwesome 246 27 Slappy's Bomb joaoppereiraus 243 125 Slappy Squirrel Profile mysticalpha 240 20 I Love Wakko Stamp CaptianAwesome 147 13 Billie Joe Pose Scotston 303 96 Wild Fire the Foalsitter - Part 1. Thunderhawk03 298 53 Goosebumps itsaaudraw 397 101 Not Nice itsaaudraw 198 35 Motivational Slappy's itsaaudraw 322 86 Lights Camera Slappy itsaaudraw 190 25 I Love Dot Stamp CaptianAwesome 109 16 Gingersnap itsaaud.

But each Green Day album has found the trio slowly growing up, even if until American Idiot all that meant was accordion and ripping off the Kinks. We can chalk up the half-assed politicking and the downer vibe of stinkers like "Holiday" and "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" to the depressing madness of the 2004 election. We Americans all went a little nutty that year. 1,000 Hours, 1990's Slappy EP, and 1991's 39/Smooth LP were bundled together on CD as (duh) 1991's 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours. It's raw stuff, but even at this point Green Day's records were at least halfway decently recorded, unlike most of their peers' tin-can-and-twine set-ups. And songs like "At the Library" were downright hummable, always important when you're trying to make pop music- especially out of only a few chords in a formally restrictive setting.

1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours is a compilation album that features Green Day's earliest songs, and it was first released on July 1, 1991. 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours features every song from Green Day's debut album 39/Smooth, their two EPs 1,000 Hours and Slappy, and "I Want to Be Alone" from The Big One compilation album by Flipside Records.

Green Day lyrics - 225 song lyrics sorted by album, including "Boulevard Of Broken Dreams", "Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life)", "21 Guns". album: "1,039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours" (1990). At The Library Don't Leave Me I Was There Disappearing Boy Green Day Going To Pasalacqua 16 Road To Acceptance Rest The Judge's Daughter Paper Lanterns Why Do You Want Him? 409 In Your Coffeemaker Knowledge 1,000 Hours Dry Ice Only Of You The One I Want I Want To Be Alone. album: "Kerplunk!" (1991)

Download the album Green Day - 1,039/Smoothed Out Slappy Hours (1991) for free! Download all the songs on the album in one zipped file, compatible with mobile and desktop. Often referred to as the band’s debut album, the compilation combines the band’s actual debut 39/Smooth and its first two extended plays Slappy and 1,000 Hours, which are all currently out of print. The album included one cover, Knowledge (originally from the Slappy EP), which was originally by influential California punk band Operation Ivy, whose singer, Jesse Michaels, contributed the artwork for the album. The cover art features the same image from 39/Smooth.

Tracklist

Paper Lanterns
Why Do You Want Him?
409 In Your Coffeemaker
Knowledge

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Gre) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Lim) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
Lookout #35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", Blu) Lookout! Records Lookout #35 US 1990
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Cle) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
#35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Lay) Lookout! Records #35 US 1990
#35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Pap) Lookout! Records #35 US 1990
#35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, RP, Ber) Lookout! Records #35 US 1990
#35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, RP, Ber) Lookout! Records #35 US 1990
#35 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP, Yel) Lookout! Records #35 US 1990
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", Ltd, Blu) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", Ltd, Dar) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
Lookout 035 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", Whi) Lookout! Records Lookout 035 US 1990
PRO-S-517772 Green Day Slappy E.P. ‎(7", EP) Reprise Records PRO-S-517772 US 2009


  • DrayLOVE
I heard there is a guy from France who has WHITE copy, one and only and it was sold for 1200 euros, or more...
  • DART-SKRIMER
it was on ebay auction back in 2006... must be some more info somewhere
  • Early Waffle
That’s pretty rad. I wonder if he bought it off them on a Euro tour.
  • Lli
I'd suggest to merge this release with #3334777, which is the same release of the same record, sam pressing. Reason: The differences seem very gradual, there appears to be a contuinuum between dark blue marbled, blue through light copies (this release) to (a) lighter blue and (b) purple through light varieties. After all, as everyone seems to agree, they're all from the same pressing. (NB: My copy is dark blue marbled with a few pinkish spots and purple through light.) Any comments?
  • Skilkancar
Ya maybe someone who pressed this with Lookout! Like Larry Livermore could answer this for sure.
  • Vosho
I have a copy with the above identifiers plus a barcode sticker numbered 763361903570. Not sure if this is the correct version.