blink-182 – carousel (march 25, 2017)





blink-182 performing ‘carousel’ at the nmsu pan am center in las cruces, new mexico.

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Blink 182 Summer Tour 09 – Vancouver: Mark singing O Canada.





Apparently Vancouver is “very patriotic” XDDDD

July 28, 2009.

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Blink 182 Down Full band COVER by Our Cold Summer



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blink-182 live in Atlanta, GA Part 3 I Miss You Asthenia





Blink performing in Atlanta Georgia

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Blink-182 The Rock Show (lyrics)





Audio Content owned by WMG

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Blink 182 @ Red Bull Sound Space @ KROQ – Pro Shot Full Concert 2013





Tracklist:
0:40 – Feeling This
03:50 – I Miss You
08:25 – Violence
13:34 – Down
16:56 – Always
21:48 – Dammit
24:49 – Family Reunion (Uncensored version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5CyiePy7C7k)

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Why by Blink 182 & Green Day





This is my tribute to my two favorite punk bands Green Day and Blink 182! It’s just a bunch of pics of them and the song they once did together. Members name of each band:

Green Day: Billie Joe Armstrong(lead vocals & guitar), Mike Dirnt(backup vocal & bass) and Tre Cool(drums)

Blink 182: Tom Delong(vocals & guitar), Mark Hoppus(backup vocals & bass), and Travis Barker(drums)

Enjoy!

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Blink-182 – Travis Barker’s Flying Drum Solo (Live in St. Louis, Missouri)





8/19/11 – Travis Barker performing his encore flying drum solo, live at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in St. Louis, MO. Part of the Honda Civic Tour.

I think I pissed myself a little.

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blink 182 – feeling this – Pittsburgh, pa – August 28, 2016





blink 182 – feeling this – Pittsburgh, pa – August 28, 2016

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Blink 182 – First Date





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).

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