Dates(s)

Unknown, 2010 – 2012 [?]

Studio(s)

Jingletown Studios (Oakland, CA)

 

Artist

Billie Joe – Vocals, Guitar
Mike Dirnt – Bass, Vocals
Tre Cool – Drums

Crew

Producer: Green Day
Engineer: Chris Dugan
Mixing: Chris Dugan

 

Set

Key: [O] Officially released | [U] Unofficially released | [X] Unreleased

[O] 99 Revolutions
[O] Angel Blue
[O] Carpe Diem
[O] State Of Shock
[O] Let Yourself Go
[O] Sex, Drugs & Violence
[O] Ashley
[O] Fell For You
[O] Stay The Night
[O] Nuclear Family
[O] Stray Heart
[O] Rusty James
[O] A Little Boy Named Train
[O] Baby Eyes
[O] Makeout Party
[O] Oh Love
[O] Missing You
[O] Stay The Night [accoustic]
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[X] Multiple unknown *

* If these were real demos than it’s likely that many of the songs recorded for the ¡Uno! ¡Dos! ¡Tre! albums were also demoed in these sessions but we have no idea which ones other than what was released on Demolicious. See notes below.

Notes

It’s unconfirmed but believed that Demolicious was actually recorded after the release of the trilogy. Billie Joe was quoted in 2016 by Rolling Stone saying “The intention was to make (Uno, Dos, Tre) more raw and off the cuff and the opposite happened”. This record store day release, called “Demolicious” to imply they were early versions of the songs, is probably more of a second take at them in the way Billie originally intended.

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