Published Oct 14, 2020Last week, Green Day's fourth studio album Insomniac turned 25 years old, and the punk vets have rolled out a slew of goodies to mark the milestone — including a newly remastered vinyl pressing.
The 2-LP set, pressed on orange vinyl, features the original album alongside eight previously unreleased live tracks from a 1996 world tour stop in Prague. The second LP features an etched B-side, with both records housed in a prismatic silver foil jacket.
Online, Green Day have also shared a 20-minute doc from the aforementioned tour, loaded with never-before-seen footage from their time in Europe, in addition to a performance of "Brain Stew" on MTV's Hanging Out.
You can find both of those below.
What's more, the band have also reprinted a number of merch designs from the era, which you can check out alongside the vinyl through their official website.
Find out where Insomniac ranks in Exclaim!'s Essential Guide to Green Day. Next month, frontman Billie Joe Armstrong will release new solo album No Fun Mondays.