Blink 182 – “Violence” at Honda Civic Tour in Chicago 8.20.2011





Blink 182 performing Violence at the First Midwest Bank Amphitheater in Tinley Park, IL on August 20th, 2011.

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Blink 182 Toronto August 23rd- Violence





Blink 182 Live From The Molson Amphitheater Toronto, Ontario Canada. Violence

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Blink 182 VS Green Day (Comparison)





Songs of Blink 182:

– Fuck a dog (Intro Blink)
– Carousel
– Sometimes
– Fentoozler
– Dick lips
– Dammit
– Apple shampoo
– What’s my age again?
– First date
– All the small things
– After midnight
– Wishing well
– Up all night
– Pathetic
– Untitled
– Josie
– Heart’s all gone
– Dumpweed
– Adam’s song
– Happy holidays, you bastards
– I won’t be home for chritsmas
– Carousel
– TV
– Anthem
– I won’t be home for chritsmas
– Carousel
– Dumpweed
– M+M’s
– Wasting time

Song of Green day:

– 21st century breakdown (Intro video)
– Time of your life (Intro Green day)
– Castaway (Interlude)
– Dry ice
– At the library
– 2000 light years away
– When I come around
– Basket case
– Longview
– Boulevard of broken dreams
– Know your enemy
– American idiot
– Let yourself go
– Oh love
– X-kid
– Stuck with me
– Jaded
– Nice guys finish last
– Burnout
– Missing you
– Chump
– See the light
– Stuart and the ave.
– Castaway
– Longview
– Dirty rotten bastards
– Reject
– At the library
– Castaway
– Dirty rotten bastards
– Oh love
– Time of your life (Credits)

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blink-182 “Reckless Abandon” Pelham 2017





Missouri can suck it

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Blink-182 The Rock Show (lyrics)





Audio Content owned by WMG

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blink-182 – The Rock Show Live Hartford CT August 14, 2011





blink-182 Live August 14, 2011. Hartford, CT. Honda Civic Tour.

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Blink 182 Dammit Tampa 2016



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BLINK 183





TH3 FORT

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Blink 182 – Live Engine Room, TX 1995 (2/2)





Toured with 7 Seconds. The new-school punk trio blink-182 was formed in the suburbs of San Diego, California around guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge, bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus, and drummer Scott Raynor. Originally known as simply Blink, the band debuted in 1993 with a self-released EP, Fly Swatter. After releasing the album Buddha in 1994, the trio signed to Grilled Cheese/Cargo and released Cheshire Cat the following year. The threat of a lawsuit from a similarly named Irish band forced them to change their name to blink-182, but the group earned a higher profile touring the world with Pennywise and NOFX on the 1996-1997 Warped Tour, plus appearing on innumerable skate/surf/snowboarding videos.

The third blink-182 LP, Dude Ranch, was jointly released in 1997 by Cargo and MCA. Dude Ranch expanded the group’s audience and went platinum by the end of 1998, due in part to the popularity of their infectious teen anthem, “Dammit (Growing Up).” The group also signed officially with MCA, which released the band’s fourth album, Enema of the State, in the summer of 1999. The album, produced by Jerry Finn (Green Day, Rancid), also welcomed a new member into the trio’s ranks; Travis Barker, formerly with the Aquabats, settled in on drums after Raynor left midway through a 1998 U.S. tour. Enema was greeted with almost immediate success, and helped the band achieve the mainstream status of toilet-humored pop-punk kings that Dude Ranch had only hinted at. Driven by the commercially successful singles “What’s My Age Again?,” “All The Small Things,” and “Adam’s Song,” music videos for the three songs (whose clips included themes of streaking and boy band spoofs) were MTV smashes as well.

After selling over four million copies of Enema of the State, the trio played on with the limited-edition release The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back) in fall 2000. The album featured the band’s radio hits in a live setting, intertwined with their quirky sense of humor as well as the new song “Man Overboard.” Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, issued in spring 2001, saw the band return to their SoCal punk rock roots. Maturity, of a sort, came with 2003’s self-titled album, released on Geffen. Not only did the album sport a song (“All of This”) that featured Robert Smith of the Cure, but “I Miss You” also topped the modern rock charts in 2005.

In February 2005, however, popular as ever and seemingly indestructible, blink-182 unexpectedly announced they would be going on an “indefinite hiatus,” supposedly to spend more time with their growing families. Asking fans for help in selecting tracks, the group issued Greatest Hits that November. Bandmembers also continued on with other projects: Barker — who had previously released an album with DeLonge as Boxcar Racer — continued playing with the Transplants and running his clothing company, Famous Stars and Straps. His family was also spotlighted in the MTV reality show Meet the Barkers. Hoppus carried on with his Atticus fashion venture, began producing — starting with Motion City Soundtrack’s Commit This to Memory — and hosting his own podcasts. He further began work with Barker in a new band, Plus 44. DeLonge also continued work with his lifestyle clothing company, Macbeth, and formally announced his new project, Angels and Airwaves, that fall.

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Blink 182 – Dammit (Live Summer Rental 1998)





at Skate World, Boise, ID, USA, 06.08.1998

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