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Green Day Perform ‘Dookie’ Album in Full During London Performance

Like great theater, bootleg videos that show up online may dazzle and entrance us for a spell but then vanish into thin air. So it may behoove you to catch thisĀ Green Day rarity, a performance of theĀ entire ‘Dookie’ album in the midst of their set at London’s Brixton Academy, before it disappears.

“So next year, in 2014, it’s gonna mark the 20-year anniversary of a record called ‘Dookie,'” said singer Billie Joe Armstrong to a captive audience. “So right now we’re going to play the whole record from back to back.” True to the word, Green Day proceeded to rip through the anthemic songs, starting off with ‘Burnout’ and ending with ‘F.O.D.’ By playing the entire album, the group delivered a 30-song setlist.

The event also featured an opening set from Frank Turner on an evening which also paid tribute to The Clash frontman Joe Strummer, who would have celebrated his 61st birthday that evening. Songs from Turner’s set included a cover of Paul McCartney and Wings’ ‘Live and Let Die’ as well as several of his songs, which included ‘If Ever I Stray,’ ‘Try This At Home’ and ‘The Road.’

Fans who didn’t get a chance to see their ‘Dookie’ performance can get their Green Day fixation in cinematic fashion, as the documentary ‘Broadway Idiot’ is set for an Oct. 11 debut in New York, with a video on demand release slated the following week . The project focuses on the trials and tribulations of mounting the 2010 Broadway musical ‘American Idiot,’ the ambitious punk opera based on Green Day’s album of the same name.

Green Day’s Set List at London’s 02 Academy Brixton

1. ’99 Revolutions’
2. ‘Know Your Enemy’
3. ‘Stay the Night’
4. ‘Stop When the Red Lights Flash’
5. ‘Letterbomb’
6. ‘Holiday’
7. ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’
8. ‘Let Yourself Go’
9. ‘Wake Me Up When September Ends’
10. ‘Burnout’
11. ‘Having a Blast’
12. ‘Chump’
13. ‘Longview’
14. ‘Welcome to Paradise’
15. ‘Pulling Teeth’
16. ‘Basket Case’
17. ‘She’
18. ‘Sassafras Roots’
19. ‘When I Come Around’
20. ‘Coming Clean’
21. ‘Emenius Sleepus’
22. ‘In the End’
23. ‘F.O.D.’
24. ‘St. Jimmy’
25. ‘Waiting’
26. ‘Minority’
27. ‘American Idiot’
28. ‘Jesus of Suburbia’
29. ‘Brutal Love’
30. ‘Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)’

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