Green Day all set to release greatest hits LP 'God's Favorite Band' with 22 tracks

16 October 2017, 12:16 PM

After releasing their last greatest hits album International Superhits! in 2001, Rock band Green Day is all set to come up with their latest greatest hits album, titled God's Favorite Band. 

God's Favorite Band will release on November 17.

It is an LP with a 22-track compilation whose name has been derived from their March 22 performance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, reported Billboard.

According to a press release, God's Favorite Band LP will feature 20 of the band’s biggest songs “from the dawn of creation” in 1986 to present day, as well as the new song Back In The USA and a duet with country superstar Miranda Lambert on Ordinary World. 

The new album comes close on the heels of Green Day’s Revolution Radio world tour which ends on November 19 in Mexico City. 

The band played Global Citizen Festival on the last day of their North American leg, churning out their best protest anthems “Know Your Enemy” and “Holiday,” ad-libbing “I’m not a part of dumb Trump America” during “American Idiot.” 

All three songs are featured on the new LP.

Some of the hits that will be available on the LP are "American Idiot", "Boulevard of Broken Dreams", and “Holiday", among others.

First Published: Monday, October 16, 2017 12:02 PM
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