Green Day - Uno... Dos... Tre! (2012) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96 kHz]

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Green Day - Uno... Dos... Tre! (2012) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96 kHz]

Green Day - Uno… Dos… Tré! (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 128:00 minutes | 2,82 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover(s)

"Uno… Dos… Tré!" is compilation box set by American rock band Green Day. It contains the full trilogy that have been released digitally in 2012. For the Hi-Res version have been used a different mastering (less compressed) than have been presented on a regular CDs of these albums.


Green Day - Uno... Dos... Tre! (2012) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96 kHz]

Green Day - ¡Uno! (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 41:49 minutes | 956 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Uno! is the highly-anticipated ninth studio album by American punk rock legends, Green Day. It is the first installment of a new series that will be released through January 2013. This punk-pop effort finds the trio producing their most cohesive record to date, incorporating engaging hooks, pulsating rhythms and crisp sounds. Billie Joe Armstrong belts with furious precision. Uno! includes standouts “Let Yourself Go,” “Stay The Night” and “Angel Blue.” The album packs all the punch one has come to expect from Green Day.

Green Day's new millennium elevation to Very Important Band is so complete that when they decided to return to their frivolous punk roots they couldn't do it in a small way. They started to knock out a bunch of garage punk tunes and wound up with not one but three collections of punk-pop: a trilogy entitled ¡Uno!, ¡Dos!, ¡Tré!, each released within a couple months of one another. For as many passing references to the Clash as there are on ¡Uno! – musical and lyrical, with the opening "Nuclear Family" alluding to the riff of "Safe European Home" and "Rusty James" talking about the "last gang in town" – this is no Sandinista!, as it finds Green Day shrinking their world, not expanding it. This is all power pop and three-chord rockers, the tempo insistent and the hooks spiky and sharp; the only time things let up is at the end with "Oh Love," an arena filler so indebted to the Who that Billie Joe Armstrong winds up referencing "Love Reign O'er Me." Even then, the sound is big, crisp, and clean, as it is throughout ¡Uno!, and that clarity undercuts some of the punkiness of Green Day's intentions. Compared to their busman's holiday Foxboro Hot Tubs, ¡Uno! seems well-pressed and tidy, every note and every rhythm in its right place, and while that inspired recklessness is missed, this brisk, cheerful collection of pop is a relief after the operatic ambitions of 21st Century Breakdown. The hooks fly furiously, the attack is precise – so precise that the mock dance-rock of "Kill the DJ" almost plays like a Xerox of Franz Ferdinand (it also is the one explicitly political song here, as if the trio members wanted to hide their intentions) – and the hooks, in both the melodies and riffs, are so huge, they gleefully bludgeon doubters into blissful submission. It's the work not of punks but of road warriors eager to have a new batch of crowd-pleasers out on tour.

Tracklist:

01 - Nuclear Family
02 - Stay The Night
03 - Carpe Diem
04 - Let Yourself Go
05 - Kill The DJ
06 - Fell For You
07 - Loss Of Control
08 - Troublemaker
09 - Angel Blue
10 - Sweet 16
11 - Rusty James
12 - Oh Love

About Mastering: Uno! was a 96/24 multi-track digital session mixed through an analog desk with analog EQ and analog effects. It was delivered to Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in NYC as 96K digital mixes and mastered at 96/24.
Analyzed: Green Day / ¡UNO!
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR10 -0.02 dB -10.76 dB 3:03 01-Nuclear Family
DR10 0.00 dB -11.60 dB 4:37 02-Stay The Night
DR10 -0.26 dB -11.63 dB 3:25 03-Carpe Diem
DR9 0.00 dB -10.39 dB 2:57 04-Let Yourself Go
DR10 -0.03 dB -11.59 dB 3:42 05-Kill The DJ
DR10 -0.04 dB -10.91 dB 3:09 06-Fell For You
DR10 -0.42 dB -10.91 dB 3:08 07-Loss Of Control
DR11 -0.31 dB -11.65 dB 2:45 08-Troublemaker
DR9 -0.06 dB -10.69 dB 2:47 09-Angel Blue
DR10 -0.05 dB -11.13 dB 3:04 10-Sweet 16
DR10 -0.12 dB -10.78 dB 4:09 11-Rusty James
DR10 -0.02 dB -12.30 dB 5:03 12-Oh Love
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR10

Samplerate: 96000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 2959 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Green Day - Uno... Dos... Tre! (2012) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96 kHz]

Green Day - ¡Dos! (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 39:28 minutes | 881 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

The GRAMMY Award-winning band Green Day releases the second installment of their ongoing album trilogy. The thirteen-track collection is garage rock at its finest. The memorable record showcases an array of musical styles and includes the standouts “Stray Heart,” “Ashley” and “See You Tonight.” Tre, the concluding chapter, is slated for a release in December, 2012.

Two days after the release of Uno, the first installment of an ambitious punk-pop trilogy from Green Day, Billie Joe Armstrong checked into rehab for various substance problems, problems that reached a head during an on-stage meltdown at a radio festival the weekend prior to the album's release. Needless to say, the band's complicated plans for 2012 and 2013 were adjusted, with the supporting tour scrapped and the concluding LP Tre! moved up from January to December. Amidst the chaos, the one thing unaffected was Dos!, which appeared according to schedule in November of 2012. While certainly cut from the same cloth as Uno!, Dos! has a different feel than its cousin. Green Day pushed all of their Who-inflected arena rock onto the first of the albums, leaving Dos! a high-octane collection of garage pop and hooky punk. At the outset, Billie Joe declares it's "Fuck Time," and he's not entirely kidding, either. This is the "Makeout Party" album, a breakneck sprint through songs about girls ("Ashley," "Amy"), wild ones, and "Nightlife," the latter awkwardly incorporating a rap from Lady Cobra. Armstrong spits out profanities as he thrashes on his guitar, pounding out hooks that dig in immediately, possibly because they recall anything from '60s frat-rock to '70s punk. In that sense, Dos! recalls Green Day's terrific 2008 busman's holiday Foxboro Hot Tubs (indeed, "F*** Time" began as a FHT song), but this feels more hedonistic, even if the production is crisper and clearer than Stop Drop and Roll!!!! Maybe it's all due to the knowledge of Armstrong's post-recording breakdown, but he feels positively desperate to have a good time at all costs, grasping for a quickly fading past. Clearly, all the partying caught up to him, but while he was racing recklessly, he cut this terrific little party record.

Tracklist:

01 - See You Tonight
02 - Fuck Time
03 - Stop When The Red Lights Flash
04 - Lazy Bones
05 - Wild One
06 - Makeout Party
07 - Stray Heart
08 - Ashley
09 - Baby Eyes
10 - Lady Cobra
11 - Nightlife
12 - Wow! That's Loud
13 - Amy

About the Mastering: Dos! was a 96/24 multi-track digital session mixed through an analog desk with analog EQ and analog effects. It was delivered to Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in NYC as 96K digital mixes and mastered at 96/24.

Analyzed: Green Day / DOS!
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR11 -5.27 dB -18.44 dB 1:07 01-See You Tonight
DR10 0.00 dB -10.82 dB 2:46 02-F*** Time
DR10 0.00 dB -10.46 dB 2:26 03-Stop When The Red Lights Flash
DR10 0.00 dB -11.45 dB 3:34 04-Lazy Bones
DR11 0.00 dB -11.40 dB 4:20 05-Wild One
DR9 -0.51 dB -11.04 dB 3:14 06-Makeout Party
DR10 0.00 dB -11.51 dB 3:45 07-Stray Heart
DR10 0.00 dB -10.37 dB 2:50 08-Ashley
DR10 0.00 dB -10.89 dB 2:22 09-Baby Eyes
DR10 0.00 dB -10.53 dB 2:06 10-Lady Cobra
DR11 0.00 dB -11.74 dB 3:05 11-Nightlife
DR10 0.00 dB -11.27 dB 4:28 12-Wow! That's Loud
DR10 -3.32 dB -16.05 dB 3:25 13-Amy
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Number of tracks: 13
Official DR value: DR10

Samplerate: 96000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 2520 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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Green Day - Uno... Dos... Tre! (2012) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96 kHz]

Green Day - ¡Tré! (2012)
FLAC (tracks) 24 bit/96 kHz | Time - 46:43 minutes | 1,03 GB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Green Day, the iconic Punk/Pop trio, has released the third and final installment in their highly-acclaimed trilogy Uno! Dos! Tre!. The album features twelve brand new Green Day tracks and includes the standouts “Brutal Love,” “X-Kid” and “99 Revolutions.” Tre! is a blazing set that showcases the band’s rich diversity.

Arriving earlier than expected but last as planned, Green Day's third album of 2012 concludes their pop-punk trilogy not on a triumphant note but on one of confusion. Green Day's blueprints for 2012 and beyond may have been trashed by Billie Joe Armstrong's unexpected entry into rehab but that doesn't alter the albums themselves, which aren't necessarily a carefully constructed trilogy but rather an outpouring of energy, the group pushing out every completed song it had. ¡Tré!'s two predecessors had clear identities: ¡Uno! was the arena rock record; ¡Dos! was the punk-garage lark. In contrast, ¡Tré! feels like leftovers, the songs that didn't fit either theme, a collection of songs capturing the band at its loosest and poppiest, throwing away tunes without much care. It's hookier and not as ponderous as ¡Uno! but not quite as breakneck as ¡Dos!, never delving into the sleaze of "Fuck Time," never feeling like a last grasp at adolescence the way ¡Dos! did at its best. Instead, ¡Tré! is a morning-after record, sometimes regretful, sometimes unrepentant, divided between unapologetic partying and amends for their wayward ways. On the whole, ¡Tré! winds up on the happier side of the scale: the rhythms are insistent, the hooks immediate, the veneer bright and cheerful, never once regretting the chaos that happened the night before. But underneath this good time is the slight, perhaps unconscious, admission that things cannot continue as they did before. There is not the desperation or the hedonistic pulse that ran through ¡Dos!, but rather a shrugging admission that the time for partying is over. So there's a bittersweet undertow to ¡Tré!, a feeling underscored by Armstrong's rehab: he could no longer continue trying to recapture his youth, but dammit if he doesn't come close to doing so at times throughout ¡Tré!

Tracklist:

01 - Brutal Love
02 - Missing You
03 - 8th Avenue Serenade
04 - Drama Queen
05 - X-Kid
06 - Sex, Drugs & Violence
07 - A Little Boy Named Train
08 - Amanda
09 - Walk Away
10 - Dirty Rotten Bastards
11 - 99 Revolutions
12 - The Forgotten

About the Mastering: Tré! was a 96/24 multi-track digital session mixed through an analog desk with analog EQ and analog effects. It was delivered to Ted Jensen at Sterling Sound in NYC as 96K digital mixes and mastered at 96/24.

Analyzed: Green Day / ¡TRE!
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DR Peak RMS Duration Track
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DR9 0.00 dB -11.77 dB 4:55 01-Brutal Love
DR10 0.00 dB -10.83 dB 3:44 02-Missing You
DR10 0.00 dB -11.02 dB 2:37 03-8th Avenue Serenade
DR11 0.00 dB -12.55 dB 3:08 04-Drama Queen
DR10 0.00 dB -12.37 dB 3:42 05-X-Kid
DR10 0.00 dB -11.21 dB 3:32 06-Sex, Drugs & Violence
DR11 0.00 dB -11.45 dB 3:37 07-A Little Boy Named Train
DR11 0.00 dB -11.28 dB 2:28 08-Amanda
DR11 -0.01 dB -12.34 dB 3:46 09-Walk Away
DR10 0.00 dB -10.93 dB 6:26 10-Dirty Rotten Bastards
DR11 0.00 dB -11.33 dB 3:50 11-99 Revolutions
DR11 0.00 dB -12.69 dB 4:59 12-The Forgotten
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Number of tracks: 12
Official DR value: DR10

Samplerate: 96000 Hz
Channels: 2
Bits per sample: 24
Bitrate: 2883 kbps
Codec: FLAC
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