• Columbia House Party

Green Day - Nimrod (1997)


It’s the season premiere! Kind of. In the latest episode of Columbia House Party, hosts Jake Goldsbie and Blake Murphy celebrate the podcast’s birthday by resetting the connection tree and starting anew for Year Two. To do so, they fire up Green Day’s 1997 album Nimrod, maybe not the best Green Day album but possibly the most important. Find out more about the hosts sneaking Green Day tunes around parents, how Nimrod tipped a hand at where Green Day would eventually go, and how this album plays into the show’s origin story on this week’s podcast.

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