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Blink-182's Mark Hoppus Says He Once Advised The U.S. Military On How To Capture Saddam Hussein

Here’s a bizarre story for you. Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus was recently asked if he could reveal “the least plausible story” about himself “that is true” by a fan on Twitter. 213 more words

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State Champs: Living Proof

2018

Come one come all, and jump on the “John Feldman hate train”. That’s a finger point at a group of the blink-182 fanbase… I am a huge blink-182 fan and have been since 1997 and ever since Tom left and blink-182 moved on it seems many people have directed the hate to Feldman. 245 more words

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The ultimate 'Would you Rather?' - Tom Delonge, or Matt Skiba?

A controversial question to some extent, but we would love to know who you guys feel completes the Blink 182 line up.

An overview for those who maybe somehow didn’t know about this iconic blow up: 176 more words

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Blink 182 - Enema Of The State

We tackled the behemoth of an album called Enema Of The State by Blink 182 on episode 96 of the Asinine Radio Pod.

This album made Blink 182 a household name back in the late 1990’s, or at least that’s what we think because we here at Asinine Radio are rabid Blink 182 fans. 558 more words

Podcast

Off The Record - McBusted

Have you ever wanted To listen to a new band or musician and not sure where to start? Well, instead of listening to their commercial music, why not start with something off the album first! 288 more words

Music

Blink-182 - California (2016)

Blink-182 is synanomous with the generation of teenage skaters, pranksters, rebels, outcasts and dweebs that grew up in the late 90s and early 2000s. They had a song for every situation a high schooler may end up in; losing your prom date to the jock, getting so drunk you’re puking in the school parking lot or just getting upset at seeing your ex with someone else at a movie theater. 900 more words

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John Feldmann: A necessary force to propel blink-182 back into mainstream relevancy

In 2015, blink-182 was in a tumultuous state. Partly abated by the general consensus that rock music had taken a backseat to rap over the decade, blink-182 was losing its mainstream appeal.  1,208 more words

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