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QUIZ: Did Tom DeLonge or Mark Hoppus sing these lyrics?
QUIZ: Did Tom DeLonge or Mark Hoppus sing these lyrics?
Mark Hoppus and Tom DeLonge are two pop-punk vocalists who have played a major role in making some of the scene’s most popular tracks.  From all of their records with blink-182 and various side projects, including Angels & Airwaves, Box Car Racer, Simple Creatures and more, the two have belted out hundreds of lyrics over the years.  Read more: ... Read More ...
17 scene albums from 2006 you probably still listen to daily
17 scene albums from 2006 you probably still listen to daily
By 2006, scene culture had grown roots in every mainstream area possible. Myspace took over as the primary mode of social media communication, and bands spread like wildfire once they uploaded music. It was a whirlwind year, as music became more accessible to a larger group of people, Hot Topic brightened its lights and studded belts were an essential accessory...
Can you match the lyrics to the correct blink-182 side project?
Can you match the lyrics to the correct blink-182 side project?
The members of blink-182 probably have more side projects combined than any other band, and we absolutely love them all. With Mark Hoppus recently contemplating the possibility of a +44 reunion, we’re taking a look back. From side-project-turned-main-act Angels & Airwaves to Simple Creatures and Box Car Racer, there’s no shortage of tracks from Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Barker that we jam
10 bands who should reunite after My Chemical Romance
10 bands who should reunite after My Chemical Romance
With My Chemical Romance reuniting on Halloween this year, we got everything we’ve been wishing for these past six years. With how great this news is, maybe we forgot about some bands who broke up and left us hanging. Outside of MCR, several other scene favorites have reunited or announced plans this year including Rage Against The Machine, Hey Monday, We Are The In Crowd, There For Tomorrow, Fire
blink-182 made ‘NINE’ a pop-punk record for the next generation—review
blink-182 made ‘NINE’ a pop-punk record for the next generation—review
In 2011, blink-182 bassist-turned-superdad Mark Hoppus joined a panel of punk pillars in the cast of The Other F Word. The documentary showcased the lives of rock stars who assumed the exact position they railed against: fathers. blink’s highly anticipated ninth release, NINE, carries the same energy of a slightly younger Hoppus describing family life. A...
blink-182 side-project tour has been considered, Mark Hoppus says
blink-182 side-project tour has been considered, Mark Hoppus says
Mark Hoppus recently shared he may be interested in launching a blink-182 side-project tour. Hoppus revealed his hopes and dreams in a recent press conference with Radio 104.5. Originally, Hoppus was asked whether or not he would take Simple Creatures, his project with All Time Low’s Alex Gaskarth, on a blink-182 tour. Howe...
The Story So Far drop music video and other news you might have missed today
The Story So Far drop music video and other news you might have missed today
+44 shared news of a vinyl rerelease—plus, don’t miss a new track from Vicky-T. Check out the news you might have missed today below! 1. Austin Terror Fest releases full lineup Austin Terror Fest 2019 featuring #PigDestroyer, @INTEGRITY_HT, #Indian, #FullofHell, @PRIMITIVEMANE, #UnearthlyTrance & @genocidepact! pic.twitter.co... Read More ...
10 iconic bands who only released one album—so far
10 iconic bands who only released one album—so far
Have you ever discovered an artist who you really loved and proceeded to jam their entire discography into your earholes for a week straight? Sadly, the groups in this list are only responsible for producing one studio album as a group. Don’t worry though: There are plenty of familiar faces who went on to produce similar sounds, but never again under these names. Rea...
OP-ED: +44 gave us one of the best Blink-182 albums
OP-ED: +44 gave us one of the best Blink-182 albums
Back in 2005, the unthinkable happened: The members of Blink-182 went their separate ways and left us with as many questions as there were cloudy expectations. Their self-titled album was their most mature and experimental work, and the evolution from teen angst-ridden pop punk and dick jokes was a shock, but it was welcomed with open arms because it showed Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge and Travis Bark
Blink-182 – Neighborhoods
Blink-182 Neighborhoods Typically, we here at AP review albums based off of advance music provided to us by the band, their label or their management company, either physically or digitally. This ensures that the reviewer in question is receiving the album exactly as intended, instead of potentially lossy sound files that are mislabeled and out of order ...

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