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Product Details

  • Audio CD (December 11, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Reprise
  • ASIN: B008G59IBI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (138 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,487 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Editorial Reviews

2012 release from the Punk/Pop trio, the third and final installment in their album trilogy Uno! Dos! Tre! The album features 12 new Green Day tracks and follows the enormous success of the first two albums.

Customer Reviews

I think it's my favorite song out of the three albums.
Chris R
I was delighted to discover this because, while I've enjoyed the other two albums, this one actually feels like a progression forward as musicians and artists.
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I must have listened to this album repeatedly over the past few days.
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Tristan C. on December 11, 2012
Format: Audio CD
What a whirlwind this trilogy has been. Love it or hate it, ¡UNO! gave us a refined look back at the Warning/Nimrod era sound of Green Day, and ¡DOS! paid tribute to garage rock of the late 60's and 70's. Now we have ¡TRE! which feels like a progression forward; beyond the days of American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown.

The album kicks off with Brutal Love which heavily borrows from Sam Cooke's "Bring It On Home to Me", and ends with the very Beatles-esque "The Forgotten" but the ten tracks in between those shows a major departure from the heavily rock music history influenced vibe of the two preceding albums. These other songs, other than the first and last track, sound like 100% new Green Day tunes. I was delighted to discover this because, while I've enjoyed the other two albums, this one actually feels like a progression forward as musicians and artists.

The song structure on all these tracks is very well assembled and mature. There is nothing sloppy about any of the tracks on this album. For once, Green Day sound like matured musicians who have perfected a signature sound. "X-Kid", a deep track about a friend of Billie Joe's who committed suicide, exemplifies this. You are drown in slowly with an intro of Billie's emotive lyrics, and then jump started to life with Mike and Tre's signature sound. BAM! It's a Green Day track, and you want to listen.

I can't compare this album to other Green Day albums, and I'm really happy about that. Maybe you could compare it to 21st Century Breakdown, minus the tension of some of the lyrics, and with a more polished sound. Take the six minute "Dirty Rotten Bastards" track as an example. This may just be the finest album Green Day has written in ten years.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By J. Miller on December 30, 2012
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I found Uno to be wildly uneven (hit: Nuclear Family, hit-self-in-face: Kill the DJ) and Dos really did nothing for me, so I almost didn't pick up Tre (given track titles of "Sex Drugs & Violence" and "Dirty Rotten Bastards"), but I'm glad I did. It isn't as hard or cutting or raw as Green Day's best work, but it's good throughout. While tracks 1, 5, and 9-12 are the strongest (X-Kid and Walk Away probably being my favorites of the bunch), the entire album feels like an album and doesn't have anything that is track-skippingly wretched on it. The lyrics are more mature and interesting, as are the musical arrangements. Also, have to point out that Dirty Rotten Bastards is written in the multi-part style of Jesus of Suburbia or Homecoming from American Idiot -- so if you're particularly keen on that style, there's one of them here.

Overall, I am quite pleased that the skills, quality, and taste that Green Day cultivated over the past decade haven't been lost in the creative chaos -- and this album shows it.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By goatdan on January 4, 2013
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It's not often that the best item in a trilogy comes last, but that is definitely the case with Tre! I have listened to Green Day for years now, and was so impressed with American Idiot and 21st Century Breakdown that I planned on picking up these albums immediately upon release, something I rarely do.

Uno was decent, although it seemed to have a lot of filler around the good tunes.

Dos I listened to about 3 times and haven't wanted to go back. It definitely felt to me like they wrote a bunch of tunes and decided to sell them all instead of just putting the best ones down, and I figured the best had already happened on Uno.

If I thought so much less of Dos, I was worried just how bad I would think that Tre was. I wasn't going to order it until I read a few reviews here that said that it was surprisingly good, and I figured that it was worth picking up. I'm so glad that it did.

This is the Green Day that took a huge step up for me with the two albums I named above. It has a little of everything, and is the best sounding Green Day songs in a long time. Standout songs are X-Kid, 99 Revolutions, the Forgotten and Dirty Rotten Bastards. If Uno or Dos disappointed you, get this. And if you didn't get either of those, get this first and decide if you want the others. It's worth it!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Stephen DeBoard on December 19, 2013
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I recently purchased Uno!, Dos! and Tre! at the same time. I opted for the clean versions for a couple of reasons. The first is because I have young kids and I want to share this with them. The second reason is because I like the creative way they replaced all of the F-bombs Billie Joe likes to drop using sounds like an electric guitar fill or other sound effect. I originally bought the regular version of Uno! and I actually prefer the clean, edited version. Go figure.

I've read a lot of the reviews online about these 3 albums and it seems most people are missing the point. Sure, the timing of the releases in relation to what the band was going through at the time, the amount of songs to digest in a short period of time and the seemingly lack of marketing on these CD's seems to have hurt the sales but good music or good art is not about sales.

I believe the point Green Day is trying to make is they can make an epic trilogy of music the same way George Lucas made an epic trilogy of movies. Each album stands on its own just like each Star Wars movie stands on its own but when taken as a trilogy they really fit together and are even better than the sum of their parts, just like Green Day themselves.

These 3 albums will grow on you if you let them. It took about 3 times of listening to Uno! front to back to finally sink in where they are going with this trilogy. After that the other two albums fell into place and it all made sense.

Uno! opens the trilogy with a Green Day sound that falls somewhere between Nimrod and American Idiot. It's the most punk rock power pop CD of the set.
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You can buy either one. If you expand the options it says Audio CD. There are options to get the clean version. If you get the original it will be explicit.
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