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Green Day played a secret show on Monday night (August 6th) at the Echoplex club in Los Angeles, with tickets going on sale that morning to fans only and selling out in seconds. The punk trip took the stage just past 10:00 p.m. and tore through a two-hour, 24-song set that kicked off with classics "Welcome To Paradise" and "American Idiot" before introducing material from Uno!, the first of their three upcoming studio albums.
Among the nine new songs aired were "Nuclear Family," "Stay The Night," "Carpe Diem," "Kill The DJ" and current single "Oh, Love."
Hits like "Hitchin' A Ride," "Brain Stew," "Longview" and "She" also found their way into the set, while drummer Tre Cool traded places with frontman Billie Joe Armstrong at one point for early cut "Dominated Love Slave" from the band's 1992 second album, Kerplunk.
Uno! arrives on September 25th, with Dos! and Tre! coming out in November and January.