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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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
Popular musicians including Mark Hoppus, Billie Joe Armstrong, Alex Gaskarth, Hayley Williams and more have voiced their support for the ‘March For Our Lives’ which took place across the US this past weekend (March 24th). 218 more words
Let’s go back in time, to — perhaps a better time for pop punk — the early 2000’s, or 2002, to be exact.
Blink-182 was at the peak of their popularity, having made millions from 542 more words
i remember seeing all the small things video on TRL after school one day and instantly turning on my computer and pulling up limewire and downloading everything i could find by this band they called ‘Blink 182″ which i believe there was a track called “Fuck A Dog” which is still one of my guilty pleasures when it comes to Blink 182 songs… Travis Tom, and Mark taught me that no matter your age you never have to fully grow up and especially your music… your music can be silly and not meaningful and just fun!!! 158 more words