The Green Album or Green album may refer to: Days of the New (1999 album), colloquially known as the Green Album, by Days of the New. The Green Album (John S. Hall and King Missile album). The Green Album (Kottonmouth Kings album), 2008. The Green Album (Skankin' Pickle album), 1996. Grinspoon (EP) or Green EP, 1995 début EP by Grinspoon. Gumby (album), a 1989 album colloquially known as the Green Album.
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Mean Green is a compilation album released by American hip hop record label No Limit Records. It was released on September 29, 1998 and featured a majority of No Limit's artists, as well as other rappers including UGK and Mack 10. Like most No Limit albums at the time, this was a success and peaked at on the Billboard 200 and on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and was also certified Gold by the RIAA with over 500,000 copies sold.
The Green Album is a Muppet CD released on August 23, 2011. The album features covers of classic Muppet songs by famous bands and singers. The title is a reference to the Beatles' record "The White Album". A music video for OK Go's cover of "The Muppet Show Theme" was produced featuring OK Go and the Muppets. The video, directed by Kirk Thatcher, was released on August 23, 2011. The Muppet Show Theme - OK Go. Rainbow Connection - Weezer and Hayley Williams. Mah Na Mah Na - The Fray.
The Green Album was Weezer’s 2001 comeback album and end to their five year hiatus following a negative early response to sophomore album Pinkerton. It was the band’s first and only album with bassist Mikey Welsh, who replaced Matt Sharp. Welsh later had a nervous breakdown and was replaced by current Weezer bassist Scott Shriner. With punchy, powerful songs such as Hash Pipe and Crab, along with catchier tunes such as Island In The Sun and Photograph, Green was a successful album. It became Weezer’s fastest selling album yet, made possible by an expanding internet fanbase unbeknownst.