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Green Day, Feist + More Featured On ‘Breaking Dawn – Part 2’ Soundtrack

Breaking Dawn - Part 2’ -- the final installment in the 'Twilight' saga -- hits theatres on Nov. 16, and the soundtrack for the highly-anticipated film includes tracks by Green Day, Feist and more.

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Green Day, ‘All By Myself’ – Best Hidden Tracks

Green Day's multi-platinum breakthrough disc, 'Dookie,' ends with a quirky, 80-second acoustic ditty that features frontman Billie Joe Armstrong singing lyrics penned by drummer Tre Cool about being "All by myself" -- and nearly breaking down into hysterical fits of laughter in the process, possibly due to being really stoned. Not surprisingly, the lo-fi 'All By Myself' was left off the official 'Dookie' track listing, but it remains a fav

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Billie Joe Armstrong Was One-Year Sober Prior to Vegas Meltdown, Source Says

Billie Joe Armstrong's onstage meltdown at last weekend's iHeartRadio festival occurred when the Green Day frontman heavily imbibed after more than 12 months of sobriety, claims Claudia Suarez Wright, the ex-wife of drummer Tre Cool. Wright confirms reports that Armstrong has since sought out substance abuse treatment. "He's doing OK. He's with his family," she tells Celebuzz. "He's in rehab and his family is by his side."

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Alanis Morissette Covers Green Day’s ‘Basket Case’ on ‘Jimmy Kimmel’

Alanis Morissette didn't just fill in for Green Day on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' last night (Sept. 26), as the pop-punk had to forfeit their booking as a result of frontman Billie Joe Armstrong addressing his substance abuse issues in rehab after last week's dramatic iHeart Radio Festival rant. She also paid homage to the band, performing 'Basket Case,' the same song Armstrong used to launch his expletive-filled tirade about having to shorten his set.

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Green Day, ‘Uno’ – Album Review

Green Day are in a weird place. Days before releasing the first of a trio of albums, Billie Joe Armstrong, the long-running band’s 40-year-old frontman, threw a fit when their iHeartRadio set was cut short. And Armstrong, who has been described as “eschewing drugs,” has just checked into a rehab clinic. Amid all of this comes an album with his face on the cover: ‘¡Uno!’

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Billie Joe Armstrong Appearing on ‘The Voice,’ Despite Rehab Stint

Billie Joe Armstrong is still slated to make his scheduled appearance on this season of 'The Voice,' despite the fact that the Green Day singer has been shipped off to rehab to battle undisclosed substance abuse issues following his profanity-filled meltdown at this weekend’s iHeart Radio Festival in Las Vegas.

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Billie Joe Armstrong’s Rehab Long Overdue, Green Day Insider Suggests

Green Day's epic weekend -- which started with a tantrum-marred set at the iHeartRadio Festival and ended with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong checking into rehab -- may have come as a shock to fans, but according to the latest rumors, it was probably inevitable.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Going to Rehab for Substance Abuse

It appears there was something more than anger at the heart of Green Day singer Billie Joe Armstrong's expletive-filled rant when the band's set was cut short at this weekend's iHeart Radio Festival in Las Vegas. The frontman is heading to rehab for substance abuse issues.

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Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong Rants, Smashes Guitar at iHeart Radio Festival

Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong was not a happy camper at the iHeart Radio Festival in Las Vegas last night (Sept. 21.). The incensed singer launched an expletive-filled tirade after noticing a countdown clock indicating the band's seven-song set had only one minute to go. He used that final minute not to rock out but to go on a rant, furiously spewing obscenities, namely the "f" word, and smashing his guitar before leaving the stage with a one-finger salute.

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Green Day to Release ‘Oh Love’ and Older Hits for ‘Rock Band’

The Gaming Vault is reporting that 'Oh Love,' the first single from Green Day's upcoming album ’¡Uno!,’ will be available for download for the games 'Rock Band 3' and 'Rock Band Blitz' on Sept. 25, the same day ¡Uno!' is released nationwide.

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