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snappy

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This was a fresh new sound -to me- when it came out.
For a cover band I was in I had to learn how to play like
Tre Cool, which was a very different approach for me.
Mike Dirnt's bass playing is sooooo good.
 
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First heard them at Woodstock 50th reunion '94. Great band ,highly impressed with the sound and vibe.
I was in there somewhere with my white sneakers!


 

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Tre Cool is certainly under-appreciated here, but he's had a huge impact on a lot of drummers over the past 34 years. "She" is super-fun to play, though I'm not sure I'm playing it as he does.
 

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Dookie was the first Compact Disc that I ever owned. I decided on that album after seeing the mud slinging Woodstock '94 footage of "when I come around". I learned the whole album, playing with pencils on my desk at home when I was in 6th-7th grade. I feel like the album aged well.
 


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