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Green Day Announce Humble New Greatest Hits Album

(hennemusic) Green Day will release a new best-of package, "Greatest Hits: God's Favorite Band", on November 17. The set delivers 20 hits from the band's 31-year career alongside two new tracks: "Back In The USA" and a duet with Miranda Lambert on "Ordinary World."

The collection's title comes from a March 22, 2017 appearance on CBS-TV's The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, when God appeared in the Ed Sullivan Theatre to introduce Green Day as his "favorite band."

"Shout out to The Late Show with Stephen Colbert," posted the group. "20 biggest hits. 2 new songs. 1 new music vid. And a partridge in a pear tree. From God's Favorite Band to the world's best fans, Christmas comes early." Read more here.


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