Sunday, August 01, 2010

Blink 182: DoTM

Blink 182 is a pop punk band that was formed in 1992 in San Diego.

The band broke up in 2005 but announced in February 2009 that they are back together again and are in the process of recording a new album.

Buddha
Released in 1993 by Filter Records. Re-issued in October 1998 by Kung Fu Records.
Produced by Blink 182.
Band lineup:
Tom DeLonge - guitar, vocals; Mark Hoppus - bass, vocals; Scott Raynor - drums.
Tracks: 15

Cheshire Cat
Released in February 1994 by Cargo Music.
Produced by O and Blink 182.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 16
Singles:
"M+Ms" and "Wasting Time"

Dude Ranch
Released in June 1997 by MCA Records.
Produced by Mark Trombino.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 15
Singles:
"Dammit" "Apple Shampoo" "Dick Lips" and "Josie"
Charts:
#67 on the Billboard 200.

Enema of the State
Released in June 1999 by MCA.
Produced by Jerry Finn.
Lineup changes:
Travis Barker replaced Scott Raynor on drums.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Whats My Age Again?" "All the Small Things" "Adam's Song"
Charts:
#9 on the Billboard 200.

The Enema Strikes Back
Live album released in November 2000 by MCA.
Produced by Jerry Finn.
Tracks: 20
Singles:
"Man Overboard" and "Dumpweed"
Charts:
#8 on the Billboard 200.

Take Off Your Pants and Jacket
Released in June 2001 by MCA.
Prodcued by Jerry Finn.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 13
Singles:
"The Rock Show" "First Date" "Stay Together for the Kids" and "Anthem Part Two"
Charts:
#1 on the Billboard 200.

Blink 182
Released in November 2003 by Geffen.
Produced by Jerry Finn.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 14
Singles:
"Feeling This" "I Miss You" "Down" and "Always"
Charts:
#3 on the Billboard 200.

Greatest Hits
Compilation album released in October 2005 by Geffen.
Various producers.
Tracks: 17
Singles:
"Not Now" and "Another Girl Another Planet"
Charts:
#6 on the Billboard 200.

RELATED ACTS

+44

+44 was formed by Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker in 2005. It is more electronic based than Blink 182, including electronic drums, keyboards and samples.

When Your Heart Stop Beating
Released in November 2006 by Interscope.
Produced by Jerry Finn.
Band lineup:
Mark Hoppus - vocals, bass; Travis Barker - drums; Shane Gallagher - guitar; Craig Fairbaugh - guitar.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Lycanthrope" and "When Your Heart Stops Beating"

ANGELS AND AIRWAVES

Angels & Airwaves was formed in 2005 by Blink 182 vocalist Tom DeLonge.

We Don't Need to Whisper
Released in May 2006 by Geffen.
Produced by Tom DeLonge.
Band lineup:
Tom DeLonge - vocals, guitar; David Kennedy - guitar; Ryan Sinn - bass; Atom Willard - drums.
Tracks: 10
Singles:
"The Adventure" "It Hurts" "Do It For Me Now" and "The War"

I, Empire
Released in November 2007 by Geffen.
Produced by Tom DeLonge.
Lineup changes:
Matt Wachter replaced Ryan Sinn on bass.
Tracks: 12
Singles:
"Everything's Magic" "Secret Crowds" and "Breathe"
Charts:
#9 on the Billboard 200.

Love
Released independently in February 2010.
Produced by Tom DeLonge.
No lineup changes.
Tracks: 11
Singles:
"Hallucinations"

2 comments:

  1. I thought that one of the guys from Blink 182, Travis Barker maybe, was in a band with Tim Armstrong from Rancid.

    I’ve never really listened to Blink 182 all that much. I think that “All the Small Things” is a pretty descent little song but it is nothing to really write home about (the video is freaking awesome though, I’ll give them props on that). Are you much of a fan of their music? Am I missing anything?

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  2. Actually no, I don't really listen to their stuff that much.

    I just thought their releases would make a good addition to the DOTM family.

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