Another big one from that album is Boulevard of Broken Dreams if you've heard that one. And I think American Idiot goes without saying. The rest of the album tracks kind of fade into obscurity.
My personal favorite is She's a Rebel.
Lol! I think I was thinking of them as the same song. I don't know She's a Rebel or St. Jimmy, so it seems like I'm just reacting to those two songs. I extra hate it when good bands go bad. I get for real disappointed in them.
Edit: just re-read your post @Chanaynay, and American Idoit was the title track, wasn't it? This is hilarious right now! I seriously had no separation of those three songs in my head. I dunno if that's a worse sign for the album or my brain, hah!
@Lyedecker, I like Nimrod, but that's where I stop. Maybe it's proportionate to our age difference?
You hem me in -- behind and before;
you have laid your hand upon me.
Such knowledge is too wonderful for me,
too lofty for me to attain.