International Superhits! [Explicit]

October 22, 2001 | Format: MP3

$10.49
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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: October 22, 2001
  • Release Date: October 22, 2001
  • Label: Reprise
  • Copyright: 2001 Reprise Records
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  • Total Length: 1:00:34
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B0011Z33C0
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (272 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,388 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

I think it's a good selection of songs though.
T. Boehnlein
BUY THIS ALBUM NOW if you only heard a couple of their songs or you want to get to like green day. i recommend this CD even if you have all the songs.
Aaron Thesing
This greatest hits album is one of the best albums with the best punk rock songs.
Mark Remsa

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Michael Crane on November 29, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I don't care what anyone says. Green Day is one of my favorite bands. They are one of the main reasons for me listening to music. I've liked them since sixth grade, and they're still around. They put out great music all the time. Sure, people have given them a hard time, but I really don't see why. They are a great group who can still come up with great songs.
This CD is their greatest hits album. It contains many hits, like "Longview," "Basket Case," "Stuck with Me," "Walking Contradiction," and many more. From "Dookie" to "Warning," this CD has it all. There are even two bonus tracks, which are new songs, and one song that you could only get from a movie sountrack. It's too bad that there aren't any songs from the first two albums, but I guess that's because none of them became top hits. Though, they still could've been included somehow. Other than that, this album is pretty much perfect!
If you love Green Day, then this CD is for you! It has all of the top hits on it. I'm glad that they finally came out with a greatest hits album. It's about time.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Erich Becker on April 17, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Green Day is one of the most outstanding bands to have ever risen in the music scene. They are the one of a few bands who have stayed true to their roots since their inception early in the 90's filled with Grunge and the leftovers from 80's hair bands. They have stayed true to their style and haven't let market influence and the rapid changing of the music industry effect their outlook.
International Superhits is a greatest hits album that features 19 of the bands major-label songs from their four album releases, and two new songs ("Maria," and "Poprocks & Coke").
The CD is laid in in chronological order starting with the bands breakthrough disc Dookie moving into the easily forgettable Insomniac then branching to the catchy Nimrod and finally settling down on the band's latest, and greatest effort, Warning.
Looking over the track listing you still see at least six, if not more, songs that you can still hear on the radio today. It just goes to further intensify that Green Day has the staying power to be around long after the they are gone (but let's hope that never happens).
Not to be outdone, Green Day also included two new tracks on this "greatest hits" album. The disc's new single, "Maria" is a catch tune that shows that the band hasn't lost their touch. The second new track "Poprocks & Coke," while isn't as catchy as "Maria," is certainly well deserving on this CD.
Green Day is one of the greatest bands to hit the mainstay in a long time, and we can only hope that they will continue to produce the same high caliber music we got on their last four CDs. Sure any hardcore fan is going to have all of the CD's that these songs came from, but same yourself some space in your CD player and pick up International Superhits, and have all of those great songs right at your fingertips.
-Erich Becker thinks this is the greatest thing since Wadded Beef.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Music Lover on August 27, 2005
Format: Audio CD
First of all, if you're just getting into Green Day, this is a great album to have, because it shows off all of the sides of their music, and how it has progressed through the years. Their songs are fun, catchy, and very easy to like.

1. Maria- While I admit that I started laughing the first time I heard the introduction, it really is a great way to start off a song. "Maria" is one of two brand-new tracks on the CD, and goes into some political lyrics. (Some foreshadowing, perhaps?) Not their best song, but certainly not bad.

2. Poprocks and Coke- Really, the song has nothing to do with either poprocks or Coke, but the instruments are toned down, it has a nice melody, and is the second of two new songs on the disc.

3. Longview- The song that pushed Green Day into the mainstream, "Longview" is a great track with exceptional bass work by Mike Dirnt, inventive lyrics, and a good melody.

4. Welcome to Paradise- More great bass work, especially in the bass and later bass/guitar solos by Mike and lead singer Billie Joe Armstrong. Tempo changes and and good melody make this a solid track.

5. Basket Case- Probably one of my favorite Green Day songs. The lyrics are witty, it has a great melody, and I love how the drums and bass come in halfway through the first chorus. Also great drum work by Tre Cool.

6. When I Come Around- Probably one of the first Green Day songs I heard, I loved it then and still do now. The instruments aren't as hardcore as in some of their other songs, but there is no doubt that the performance of this at Woodstock '94 made them very popular.

7. She- Deeper lyrics than some of thier other early songs, "She" shows us what a mature songwriter Billie Joe can be. The song is quite good, too.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on December 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
If you're a casual listener or even a diehard fan, I'd get this cd. It's excellent, all the songs are very catchy (Green Day is always catchy). It's just great pop-punk, period. It's a lot better than Blink-182 and Sum41 (although I don't mind them), so I recommend it to fans of those bands too.
Maria and Poprocks and Coke are good, although I didn't listen to them as much as the other songs. All of their Dookie hits are great, my favorites include Longview and She. J.A.R, the song from that movie, is a great song and is one of my favorites. My other favorites include Brain Stew, Hitchin' a Ride, Walking Contradiction, Waiting and Warning.
It's fun, people. Go out and buy it.
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