Shenanigans is the third compilation album of Green Day, released in 2002. It contains B-sides, rarities, covers, and a previously unreleased track, "Ha Ha You're Dead",
which was recorded in the late 90s but never legally released. Shenanigans reached #27 in the US charts upon its release and has sold 200,000 units there as of
August 2006[update]. Even though the original cover does not feature a title, several retailers fixed confusion over it by designing a sticker plastered on the
side and shipped around the world. It is unknown who the creator is, but he is reported to be from Puerto Rico.
Shenanigans will be reissued on vinyl on September 15, 2009.
 Track listing
# Title Writer Length
1. "Suffocate" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:54
2. "Desensitized" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:58
3. "You Lied" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:26
4. "Outsider" Dee Dee Ramone 2:27
5. "Don't Wanna Fall In Love" Billie Joe Armstrong 1:39
6. "Espionage" Billie Joe Armstrong 3:23
7. "I Want to Be on T.V." Fang 1:17
8. "Scumbag" Mike Dirnt 1:46
9. "Tired of Waiting for You" Ray Davies 2:33
10. "Sick of Me" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:07
11. "Rotting" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:52
12. "Do Da Da" Billie Joe Armstrong 1:30
13. "On the Wagon" Billie Joe Armstrong 2:48
14. "Ha Ha You're Dead" Mike Dirnt 3:07
There is some confusion over the rare song "DUI", written and performed by Tré Cool, which is mentioned in the Shenanigans track listing but is not on the album.
In the track listing, "DUI" is listed between tracks nine and ten, "Tired of Waiting For You" and "Sick of Me" respectively. All of the song information except for
the title is hidden by a large spot of spray paint. This led to many years of speculation by fans. Finally in 2006, on the Idiot Club website, in the Question and
Answer section, Mike joked that it was removed because it was filled with "great advice," then Billie Joe stated that he "likes irresponsibility, but not that much
irresponsibility". The lyrics to the song start out as, "Let's get drunk and go out driving..."
According to Green Day's official site, the song is featured on a Japanese version of the album, however, this is untrue. The only version of the album that contains
D.U.I. is an advance promotional copy.
The song can be found in its entirety at Green Day Authority.com This version is very low quality, but a high quality version has been making rounds in the bootleg circuit.