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About blink-182

These smart-alecky skate punks back up their posturing with impossibly catchy bursts of off-color sucker punch and arrangements tighter than a...well, let's just say tight. They have steadily risen to the top of the heap of spittle-spewing new-punk acts with their NOFX-derived comic approach to the old school. In the apartheid-like milieu of their adolescent fan-base, they have orchestrated a lucrative crossover, bringing skaters and jocks together in the mosh-pit for intentionally stupid punk rock with a ska chaser that's got a little more Cheap Trick in it than the Clash.

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Listen toblink-182on Rhapsody

These smart-alecky skate punks back up their posturing with impossibly catchy bursts of off-color sucker punch and arrangements tighter than a...well, let's just say tight. They have steadily risen to the top of the heap of spittle-spewing new-punk acts with their NOFX-derived comic approach to the old school. In the apartheid-like milieu of their adolescent fan-base, they have orchestrated a lucrative crossover, bringing skaters and jocks together in the mosh-pit for intentionally stupid punk rock with a ska chaser that's got a little more Cheap Trick in it than the Clash.

About blink-182

These smart-alecky skate punks back up their posturing with impossibly catchy bursts of off-color sucker punch and arrangements tighter than a...well, let's just say tight. They have steadily risen to the top of the heap of spittle-spewing new-punk acts with their NOFX-derived comic approach to the old school. In the apartheid-like milieu of their adolescent fan-base, they have orchestrated a lucrative crossover, bringing skaters and jocks together in the mosh-pit for intentionally stupid punk rock with a ska chaser that's got a little more Cheap Trick in it than the Clash.

About blink-182

These smart-alecky skate punks back up their posturing with impossibly catchy bursts of off-color sucker punch and arrangements tighter than a...well, let's just say tight. They have steadily risen to the top of the heap of spittle-spewing new-punk acts with their NOFX-derived comic approach to the old school. In the apartheid-like milieu of their adolescent fan-base, they have orchestrated a lucrative crossover, bringing skaters and jocks together in the mosh-pit for intentionally stupid punk rock with a ska chaser that's got a little more Cheap Trick in it than the Clash.