21st Anniversary of Green Day’s Kerplunk! – January 17, 1992
Posted 1/17/2013 12:00:00 AM

21st Anniversary of Green Day’s Kerplunk! – January 17, 1992



Conversation Starters

  • Green Day’s second LP Kerplunk was released 21 years ago today.  Do you prefer the rock trio’s older or more recent music?
  • It’s the 21st anniversary of Green Day’s Kerplunk today! What’s your favorite song from the album?
  • Hard to believe that Green Day’s Kerplunk is 21 years old today! That means one thing – it’s legal for a proper Cheers! What are we toasting with?

Fast Facts

  • Released on January 17, 1992 via Lookout! Records
  • Produced by Green Day and Andy Ernst
  • Kerplunk marked Green Day’s second full-length album, and their first with Tre Cool on drums
  • The album was also Green Day’s last record to be released on an independent label; it has gone on to become one of the best independently sold records ever
  • Because the band tuned their instruments “by ear” when recording the album, it has a famously “darker” feel
  • This album is considered the band’s most energetic, with themes of anti-establishment extremely present in the lyrics
  • Green Day re-released the album on CD in 2007 after pulling all of their past releases from Lookout!; this was due to unpaid royalties from the label
  • Kerplunk was the precursor to the band’s break-through album, 1994’s Dookie

Track Listing

  1. 2,000 Light Years Away
  2. One for the Razorbacks
  3. Welcome to Paradise
  4. Christy Road
  5. Private Ale
  6. Dominated Love Slave
  7. One of My Lies
  8. 80
  9. Android
  10. No One Knows
  11. Who Wrote Holden Caulfield?
  12. Words I Might Have Ate

Bonus Tracks:

  1. Sweet Children
  2. Best Thing in Town
  3. Strangeland
  4. My Generation

Hit Singles

  • “Welcome to Paradise”


  • June 28, 1995 – Gold
  • August 8, 2003 – Platinum



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