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With four years passed since Green Day’s American Idiot, fans were ready and waiting for the band’s next album; instead, they got another side project, this one dubbed Foxboro Hot Tubs. The trio is joined here by touring pals Jason White and Jason Freese (guitar and keyboards), with Kevin Preston on rhythm guitar. They’ve colored their simple, punky sound with various shades of cool ‘60s mod, pop, and garage stylings, with great reward. The title track, “Stop, Drop and Roll” is an awesome display of Hives-style garage power-rock with clanging guitars and explosive drumming, while “Red Tide” is a colorful throwback to the psych-pop bands of the ‘60s, done in the style of ‘80s revival groups like the Rain Parade and Dream Syndicate. The wonderfully raucous “Highway 1” sounds like something from the first Hi-Fives album (a great Bay Area garage band), a full on, adrenaline pumping rave-up. Curiously, the first and second singles, “Mother Mary” and “Pedestrian” feature Billie Joe Armstrong on vocals, and sound distressingly like Green Day songs. That complaint aside, there is plenty to have fun with here, and the band’s playfulness says a lot about their admirable passion for music.

Customer Reviews

green day is back!

it has been 4 years since their last album and this is by far one of green day's most experimental albums, but also one of their best! i am happy to see them pushing the limits of their talents and trying their hand at an album like this. this is truely a great buy for any green day or non greenday fan!

This isn't "Green Day"

Yes it is Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, Tre Cool, Jason White, Jason Freese, and Kevin Preston; but it isn't "Green Day." It isn't supposed to sound like Dookie. It isn't Green Day's next album, or them taking their sound back 20 years. It's Foxboro Hotttubs' debut album, and it sounds great. Tons of energy, fast-paced, and great guitar work. I'm no music expert, but I know what I like, and I LOVE this album.

Great side-project

Well, first off im a huge Green Day fan so that helped my love this side-project. I like The Network and Pinhead Gunpowder but The Foxboro Hot Tubs are my favorite of all of Green Day's side-projects. Although they took a more 60's-ish/ iggy pop/kinks/stray cats approach i love the easy to learn riffs and twangy guitar solo's, they really nailed the sound of that era. I really enjoy this entire album from front to back. However i'm looking forward to Green Day's new album or as they put it "an event" but until then i will have something to listen to.


Formed: 2007 in California

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s, '10s

The Foxboro Hot Tubs made their inconspicuous debut in December 2007, when three songs were posted on the band's website. While the Hot Tubs' identity was kept secret, several influential bloggers and news outlets claimed the group was actually a side project for all three members of Green Day, who had recently retreated from the public eye to work on their American Idiot follow-up. Such rumors had yet to be confirmed when a track from the band's Stop Drop and Roll EP, "Mother Mary," entered the...
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