September 16, 2023
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Green Day’s Nimrod to Get 20th Anniversary Vinyl Release

Has it really between twenty years since Nimrod was released? Green Day’s follow-up to Dookie came out October 14, 1997, which, of course, requires some sort of commemoration. The two vinyl reissues can be pre-ordered here.

A question: Why just 140-gram vinyl? Why skimp from the standard 180-gram weight? I’ve seen a few reissues like this and frankly, it’s starting to worry me. This is not good for the future of vinyl collecting.


20th anniversary limited edition vinyl reissue of Green Day’s seminal 1997 album, Nimrod. Available on 2xLP vinyl for the first time, this edition features yellow discs and is individually NUMBERED on the jacket.


Side 1
Nice Guys Finish Last 2:49
Hitchin’ A Ride 2:52
The Grouch 2:12
Redundant 3:18
Scattered 3:03
All The Time 2:11

Side 2
Worry Rock 2:27
Platypus (I Hate You) 2:22
Uptight 3:04
Last Ride In 3:48
Jinx 2:13
Haushinka 3:25

Side 3
Walking Alone 2:45
Reject 2:06
Take Back 1:09
King For A Day 3:14
Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) 2:33
Prosthetic Head 3:38

[Side 4 – etching]

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One thought on “Green Day’s Nimrod to Get 20th Anniversary Vinyl Release

  • Nimrod was the follow-up to Insomniac.


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