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Green Day jigsaw puzzles are being released in April

Green Day’s Dookie, Insomniac and American Idiot albums have been transformed into jigsaw puzzles…

Zee Productions imprint Rock Saws have just unveiled three new awesome Green Day jigsaw puzzles which will be arriving in April.

A trio of absolutely mammoth albums from the punk rock titans (Dookie, Insomniac and American Idiot – all solid choices, guys) will be transformed into 500-piece puzzles for the first time ever, with Dookie also available as a 1,000-piece puzzle on the same day if you’re really, really bored. The latter comes in a vinyl box set sized box, perfect to fit alongside a vinyl record collection”.

All three will be released on April 16 along with 500-piece puzzles based on Iron Maidens Fear Of The Dark, No Prayer For The Dying, The Book Of Souls, The Trooper, The X Factor and Virtual XI, plus Queens Hot Space, Jazz and Live Killers.

Read this: 11 bands and artists who wouldn’t be here without Green Day

Before that, Rock Saws are dropping more new puzzles on March 12 including Killing Joke (Empire Song), Metallica (Creeping Death, Garage Days, Jump In The Fire, Whiplash), Nightwish (Century Child, Human Nature, Once), Nick Cave (Ghosteen) and Pink Floyd (A Momentary Lapse Of Reason, Atom Heart Mother, Collection Of Great Dance Songs, Delicate Sound Of Thunder, Echoes and The Endless River).

Check out the Green Day puzzles below:

Green Day Dookie puzzle
Green Day Insomniac puzzle
Green Day American Idiot puzzle

In other Green Day news, last weekend the band unveiled a brand-new single, Here Comes The Shock:

Posted on February 25th 2021, 2:22p.m.
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