¡Uno! – Uno ( Green Day ) Songs
¡Uno! is the 9th studio album by the American rock band Green Day. This album was released on September 21, 2012. Green Day was recorded from February to June of 2012 at Jingletown Studios, California, United States of America.
This is the group’s first album recorded in the quartet, touring guitarist Jason White having become an official member of the group before the recording sessions. White’s tenure as an official member lasted until 2016.
The album artwork was revealed in a video uploaded to YouTube and the album’s tracklist, consisting of 12 songs, was released on June 26, 2012.
The album’s first single, “Oh Love “, was released in July 16th, in the year 2012. The second single “Kill the DJ” was released on the European iTunes Stores on August 14, 2012. The third single called “Let Yourself Go” which was released on the American iTunes Store on September 5th, in the year 2012, and a promotional single ” Nuclear Family ” which was released on a green day YouTube channel on September 12th, in the year 2012.
A clip of” Stay the Night “was released on Rolling Stone and their YouTube channel on September 24, 2012. The song ” Rusty James ” which is based on the character “Rusty-James” from the famous novel Rumble Fish.
¡Uno! received generally positive reviews from music critics. It debuted at number two on the US Billboard 200 with sales of 139,000 copies in the first week. The album also reached the top 10 on the charts in many other countries.
Green Day lands in the second position with its new album “¡Uno!”, Which has sold 139,000 copies. This is the eighth top 10 of the group but we are a little far from the 215,000 sales recorded in three days by its predecessor “21st Century Breakdown”, entered number one in 2009 when it was released on a Friday! Green Day is ahead of No Doubt: the group, which missed the top 10 of the English charts, landed third with “Push and Shove”, which attracted 115,000 buyers. This is much less than the 255,000 sales recorded by “Rock Steady”, the group’s last studio album, which entered ninth in 2001. It must be said that the singles of this new album did not shake the charts.