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Way back in March, when Zoom quizzes were still considered fun, Green Day's Billie Armstrong found a way to pass the time and stay connected by covering American soft-rockers Tommy James And The Shondells’ oh-so-fitting ‘I Think We’re Alone Now’ (which was made famous by ’80s pop star Tiffany). This kicked off a series he called ‘No Fun Mondays’; he told fans on Twitter that he’d release “a cover song every week until we’re let back out into the world”. Well, he made it up to 14 covers and we’re still all stuck indoors, but now he’s gathered them all together for a vinyl release.

There are some bangers that you’ll know, such as ‘Manic Monday’, which was written by Prince for The Bangle's whose singer Susanna Hoffs lends some warm guitar and vocals to match Armstrong’s silky sentimental side. It’s the perfect soundtrack to lazily whiling away the monotony of quarantine. You’ll know Kim Wilde's ‘Kids In America,’ too, delivered here with a spiky pop-punk snarl true to the original. Beyond that though, Armstrong recently told NME that he chose songs that “feel rare, or at least rare to other people” – namely young Green Day fans."

- Andrew Trendell, NME

I Think We're Alone Now 2:15
War Stories 2:40
Manic Monday 3:04
Corpus Christi 3:26
That Thing You Do! 2:49
Amico 2:27
You Can't Put Your Arms Round A Memory 3:30
Kids In America 3:08
Not That Way Anymore 2:53
That's Rock 'n' Roll 2:57
Gimme Some Truth 2:41
Whole Wide World 3:14
Police On My Back 3:08
A New England