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Questions about the future of Poway's most successful musical group began to percolate after the trio blew off a well-publicized tsunami benefit concert last Friday at the Pond in Anaheim that featured Linkin Park, No Doubt, and Jay-Z.

Calls to the band's Encinitas manager, Rick DeVoe, and to Geffen Records on Monday were not returned, but some close to the band suggest it may be the end of the road for them (even though they sold $17.2 million in concert tickets last year).

Two weeks ago the L.A. Times reported that blink-182's urging of Green Day to tour with them in 2002 is what revitalized Green Day's career (sparking their recent Grammy-winning CD American Idiot.

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