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Dookie

Dookie is an album by the rock band Green Day. Released on February 1, 1994 (see 1994 in music), Dookie became a sensation among the American mainstream, caused considerable controversy in the punk rock community, with many critics claiming the band had sold out. With singles like "When I Come Around", "Basket Case" and "Longview" all going to #1 on Billboards Modern Rock Tracks chart, Dookie was propelled to the #1 spot Billboard's Heatseekers and #1 on the Billboard 200 album charts.

Dookie won a Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album[?].

Track listing

  1. "Burnout" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  2. "Having a Blast" (?/Green Day)
  3. "Chump" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  4. "Longview" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  5. "Welcome to Paradise" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  6. "Pulling Teeth" (?/Green Day)
  7. "Basket Case" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  8. "She" (?/Green Day)
  9. "Sassafras Roots" (?/Green Day)
  10. "When I Come Around" (Green Day/Green Day)
  11. "Coming Clean" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  12. "Emenius Sleepus" (Dirnt)
  13. "In the End" (Armstrong/Green Day)
  14. "F.O.D./All By Myself"

Charting singles

 1994	Basket Case	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 9
 1994	Longview	        Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 13
 1994	Basket Case	        Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 1
 1994	Longview	        Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 1
 1994	Welcome To Paradise	Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 7
 1994	Basket Case	        Top 40 Mainstream	                No. 16
 1995	She	                Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 18
 1995	When I Come Around	Mainstream Rock Tracks	                No. 2
 1995	She	                Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 5
 1995	When I Come Around	Modern Rock Tracks	                No. 1
 1995	When I Come Around	Top 40 Mainstream	                No. 2

Personnel

  • Rob Cauallo - Producer
  • Green Day - Producer
  • Neill King - Engineer



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