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Save Mart Center in Fresno, CA 10/06/2016 ***(watch in HD)***
They did so good and I am honored and still cannot believe I was able
to see them live!
I decided to put my experience together!
Native by Blink 182 (instrumental)
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Check out Mark, Tom & Travis in the studio recording Blink-182’s brand new EP “Dogs Eating Dogs”. It’s available on 12.18.2012 exclusively on blink-182.com – Packages available for pre-order now!
Lil mix from blink 182 tour in ATL GA
:60 with Mark Hoppus of Blink-182
Check out the video for “”Bored to Death”” http://vevo.ly/wXyYQq
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Tom DeLonge: “This song starts with the transmission of our conversation when we land on the moon. It’s really weird to hear this song talking to Houston. The whole song theme’s about these two guys sitting in their spaceship, not bigger than a car, they’re looking through the window and see the space, they can see the earth away. The idea is that they can die up there but that it’s maybe worst getting back down on earth. ‘Let me die in space.’ Asthenia means the loss of all vital conditions.”
Unofficial music video for “Asthenia”, song by Blink-182 from their album Self titled (2003). Fan video by Mario Fernandes.
The dick joke gods descended upon us to grant us the show of a lifetime.
“I never thought of punk rock as the absolute act of rebellion for the sake of rebellion. I think punk rock was always about questioning things and making decisions for yourself, which is a great message to pass on your kids.” – Mark Hoppus
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Shoot at EGP 18 (thank you guys) and the (amazing) kids of Paris Skate Culture (paris-skate-culture.org)