Though the "secret" of the band is essentially out in the open, Green Day side project Foxboro Hot Tubs has received no word from the band itself. According to an MTV piece:
Further evidence that the Green Day guys might be behind the Hot Tubs: a link to FHT's MySpace page is prominently featured on GD's official fan site, and the opening riffs of Hot Tubs song "She's a Saint, Not a Celebrity" is nearly identical to that of "Right Hand–a–Rama," a tune by Green Day side project the Network.

The song was featured on Money Money 2020, the 2003 album issued by the masked, new–wave act that claims to be the enemy of Green Day but is almost undoubtedly -- although the band has never confirmed this -- Green Day themselves. Also, the back cover of Stop Drop and Roll!!! features a goat–head–and–martini–glass logo that's exactly the same as the "Church of Lushotology" symbol seen on the Network's site, under the "Church" section.

Of course, for the time being, it looks like the mystery of the Hot Tubs will remain unsolved: A spokesman for Green Day's label, Reprise Records, told MTV News that he knew nothing about the band, and e–mails to GD's manager were not returned. Stop Drop and Roll!!! can be downloaded for free on the FHT site.

You can check out the record and judge for yourself right here.

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