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In 2004, Green Day, a beloved band whose members include Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt and Tre Cool, released a concept album titled American Idiot. Inspired by previous concept albums by bands like The Who, American Idiot was a rock opera that loosely followed the story of the “Jesus of Suburbia,” a disaffected, suburban twenty-something who is desperate to find his place in the world. The album was an instant sensation, selling 267,000 copies within its first week, and, since then, has sold over 15 million copies worldwide. Reviews for the album were generally positive and it was named

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