Justin Sane (vocalista da banda de punk-rock “Anti-Flag”) fala, à saída da Dublin Academy, sobre sua opinião sobre Green Day e seu contributo para o Punk-Rock.
São também abordadas bandas como Blink-182, +44 (Plus fourty-four), Good Riddance, Strike Anywhere, etc…
What’s My Age Again?
The Rock Show
I Miss You
Bored to Death
Built This Pool
Stay Together for the Kids
Kings of the Weekend
Happy Holidays, You Bastard
All the Small Things
Yea, ill be uploading lyric videos again, Im still gonna go for every Blink song. I don’t know how much ill upload… I just got bored of it before, and it is way better quality than before. This is off Blink-182’s 3rd demo Buddha. I do not own this music.
Hey Guys 🙂 guess what I ordered a month in a half ago from this date this is aired lol the new Blink 182 album California! This albums pretty dope it reminds me of California and Plus 44 lol well I ordered a shirt and pins and sticker along with it so imma show and tell here lol Thanks for viewing! Like and Subscribe!
Greatest Hits is a greatest hits compilation album by Blink-182, released on November 1, 2005, following the band’s split earlier in the year. A DVD, Greatest Hits, was also released, featuring the same title and cover. The disc included most of the band’s music videos.
“Carousel” was not on the original track-listing for the album, but after fan complaints it was included.
Fans are known to have complained about the DVD footage, as all of it was included on previous releases – the live footage on The Urethra Chronicles II, and the behind the scenes footage on the first three singles from the Blink-182 album. The only exclusive video was “What’s My Age Again?” (Live In Chicago), although the DVD menu credits it as the performance featured on “The Urethra Chronicles” from London in 1999. An edited version was released (like some other Blink-182 albums).