|What does We Are The Champions mean?|
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|-||Green Day signed with Lookout Records in 1989 and released their first EP, <b>1,000 Hours And Slappy</b> in 1990. The next year, they produced the album <b>39/Smooth</b> and released it in 1991. (The EPs would eventually be re-released on one CD as <b>1039 Smoothed Out Slappy Hours</b>). Al Sobrante left the band at this point, and was replaced by Tre. Green Day kicked off a national tour the day after Dirnt graduated from high school in 1990, then returned to the studio to produce their second album <b>Kerplunk</b> in 1992. The group signed with Reprise Records in April 1993 and released <b>Dookie</b> in February 1994.|