‘Green Day: The BBC Sessions 7’ is currently only available to customers of the band’s Oakland Coffee Works
Green Day has released the second half of a limited edition 7″ vinyl that is available exclusively to customers for their coffee company, Oakland Coffee Works.
The two physical records consist of tracks that were recorded during a live session that the band played for BBC Radio 1 in 1994.
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Part one (pressed on platinum white vinyl) contains live versions of the BBC Sessions songs ‘2000 Light Years Away’ and ‘She’, while part two (pressed on ‘Deep Purple’ vinyl) features ‘Basket’. is recording. Case’ and ‘When I Come Around’.
“Over the years we have always looked forward to doing BBC sessions,” Green Day bassist Mike Dirt said in a statement. “All of our favorite artists have done them. We knew this recording would come out one day and be something special.”
Frontman Billy Joe Armstrong said: “Often I think the recording of a BBC session is better than the original.”
You can find out more about the special Green Day release and Oakland Coffee Works by title Here.
Last month Green Day released the official version of their recent live cover of ‘Rock and Roll All Night’ from KISS.
Green Day regularly covered ‘Rock and Roll All Night’, which was originally released by KISS in 1975 during their set on the ‘Hella Mega Tour’ with Fall Out Boy and Weezer.