Description: Live performance from 2001.
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Who Wrote Holden Caulfield? live @ Intimate & Interactive on Much Music 2000. Subtitles in Spanish.
This is "Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?" by Green Day. This Live version is from the "Awesome As Fuck" Live CD. It's song nr. 10 of that album. Enjoy!
Damn, I'm so bad with the timing and all the drum fills. Anyway, I played on the live version. The live is from July 28th 2009, the show in New York City at the Madison Square Garden. I took some videos of the show, you can see that at 1:40. Enjoy! Again... EVERYTHING about my kit is ON MY CHANNEL !
Green Day performing "Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?" with Davey Havok of AFI at Comfort Dental Amphitheater in Englewood, Colorado on August 28, 2010.
Shortly after changing their name from Sweet Children to Green Day, this band performed at the annual Foreign Foods Day at Pinole Valley High School in Pinole, California. This was filmed on May 10, 1990. The quality is good because a professional quality Sony video camera - not a camcorder - was used. This second set was filmed by a couple classmates of mine. I filmed the second Green Day set using a conventional VHS camcorder.
01. 2000 Light Years Away 0:00 02. One For The Razorbacks 2:24 03. Welcome To Paradise 4:54 04. Christie Road 8:25 05. Private Ale 11:58 06. Dominated Love Slave 14:24 07. One Of My Lies 16:06 08. 80 18:26 09. Android 22:05 10. No One Knows 25:06 11. Who Wrote Holden Caulfield? 28:46 12. Words I Might Have Ate 31:30 13. Sweet Children 34:02 14. Best Thing In Town 35:44 15. Strangeland 37:47 16. My Generation 39:55.26
I did a little research for this song and here are some facts: 1. at the beginning it says "reberu rajio" ("level radio" in Japanese) this part is said by Ruri (Tre Cool's girlfriend) 2. after that it says "la ultima noche" ("last night" in Spanish) 3. the part at 0:23 it says "don't test me" and "second guess me" backwards at the same time (if you listen this song backwards you will hear it) so i wrote those words backwards as well :D thanks for watching and enjoy :) Official Facebook page: www.facebook.com
Green Day Mike Dirnt talks about the first Fender bass he ever got, and the bass that roars - his Squier® by Fender® signature Precision Bass.
Green Day does "Disappearing Boy," do a Criss Angel magic trick, goof on American Idol alumn Adam Lambert, play some Skynyrd, and do a falsetto version of a G'N'R classic on a New Year's Eve program filmed on November 23, 2009 in Los Angeles. Really people, how much more do you need?
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