Blink-182: Blink-182 Box Set

Blink-182 Box Set


  • US $156.99  

  • Release Date 07 October 2016
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Vinyl Box Set

Includes download cards for each album.

7LP vinyl box set containing the first six Blink 182 studio albums, as well as the live album The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!). All titles will also be made available individually as part of the Back To Black range.

Cheshire Cat was the debut studio album by Blink-182. Recorded at Westbeach Recorders in Los Angeles and produced by Otis Barthoulameu and the band themselves, the album was originally released on February 17, 1995 through local independent record label Cargo Music. The trio, composed of guitarist Tom DeLonge, bassist Mark Hoppus, and drummer Scott Raynor, formed in 1992 and recorded three demos that impressed the San Diego-based Cargo. "M+M's" and "Wasting Time" were released as singles to promote the album, and received popularity locally through radio play. The band toured in support of the album vigorously and Cheshire Cat is cited by bands and fans as an iconic release.

Dude Ranch was the band’s second studio album. MCA signed the band in 1996 following moderate sales of their debut Cheshire Cat (1995) and growing popularity of the trio in Australia. Dude Ranch was the band's final recording released on Cargo and their last with original drummer Scott Raynor before he was dismissed from the band in 1998. During the production for Dude Ranch, the members of Blink-182 were plagued with difficulties only made worse by a rushed schedule: bassist Mark Hoppus and guitarist Tom DeLonge, co-vocalists for the band, were having vocal problems and Raynor had to record his drum tracks with both heels broken, on crutches.

After a long series of performances at various clubs and festivals and several indie recordings throughout the 1990s, Blink-182 first achieved popularity on the Warped Tour and in Australia following the release of their sophomore effort Dude Ranch (1997) and its rock radio hit "Dammit". To record their third album Enema Of The State, Blink-182 turned to veteran punk rock producer Jerry Finn, who previously worked on Green Day's breakthrough album, Dookie (1994). Enema was the band's first album to feature drummer Travis Barker, who replaced original drummer Scott Raynor. Lyrically, the album is inspired by adolescent frustration and relationships. Guitarist Tom DeLonge and bassist Mark Hoppus primarily culled stories from friends and autobiographical situations to craft summery tracks revolving around breakups, suburban parties and maturity, as well as more offbeat subject matter such as UFO conspiracy theories. The cover artwork for Enema of the State features porn star Janine Lindemulder famously clad in a nurse uniform, and the title is a pun on the term enemy of the state. Enema of the State was an enormous commercial success. The album sold over 15 million copies worldwide, catapulting the band to become one of the biggest rock bands of the turn of the century. "What's My Age Again?", "All the Small Things" and "Adam's Song" became hit singles and MTV staples, generating heavy radio airplay. Enema of the State had an extensive impact on contemporary pop punk, reinventing it for a new generation and spawning countless tributes and acolytes.

The Mark, Tom & Travis Show: The Enema Strikes Back is a live album by Blink-182, recorded over two nights at performances in the band's home of California in November 1999. The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!) primarily features songs from the band's third album, Enema of the State (1999), as well as selected tracks from previous albums Dude Ranch (1997) and Cheshire Cat (1995). "Man Overboard", a studio version of a track originally considered (but not recorded) for the band's Enema of the State album, accompanies the release and was issued as its lead single, peaking at number two on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.

Take Off Your Pants and Jacket was originally released on June 12, 2001. The band had spent much of the previous year traveling and supporting the album Enema of the State (1999), which launched the band's mainstream career. The title is a tongue-in-cheek pun on male masturbation ("take off your pants and jack it"). The cover art has icons for each member of the trio: an airplane ("take off"), a pair of pants and a jacket. The album continues the pop punk sound that the group honed and made famous, albeit with a heavier tone inspired by groups such as Fugazi and Refused. Regarding lyrics, the album has been referred to as a concept album chronicling adolescence, with songs dedicated to first dates, fighting authority and teenage parties. The album had near-immediate success, becoming the first punk rock-identified record to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 and being certified double platinum in May 2002. The album produced three hit singles — "The Rock Show", "First Date" and "Stay Together for the Kids" — that were top ten hits on modern rock charts.

Blink-182 is the eponymously titled fifth studio album. Following the band's ascent to stardom and success of their prior two releases, the trio were compelled to take a break and subsequently participated in various side projects (Box Car Racer and Transplants). When they regrouped, the band felt inspired to approach song structure and arrangements differently on their next effort together. Recorded throughout 2003, Blink-182 marks a departure from the band's earlier work, infusing experimental elements into their usual pop punk sound, inspired by lifestyle changes (the band members all became fathers before the album was released) and side projects. Its songs are characterized by downcast and expansive sonic atmospheres, showcasing what critics dubbed a more elaborate, mature side of the band. Songwriting is more personal in nature and explores darker territory, touching upon the realities of adulthood and unexpected hardships. The record features a collaboration with The Cure frontman Robert Smith. Lead singles "Feeling This" and "I Miss You" received the most radio airplay of the four singles released and peaked high on Billboard charts.

Neighborhoods is the sixth studio album by band Blink-182, originally released in 2011. Their first album of new material in eight years (the longest gap between albums to date), its recording followed the band's breakup and later reconciliation. Due to conflicts within the trio, the band entered an "indefinite hiatus" in 2005 and the members explored various side-projects. After two separate tragedies regarding the band and their entourage, the members of the band decided to reunite in late 2008, with plans for a new album and tour. It is the first Blink-182 album produced by the band members without the help of an outside record producer, as well as the final album with Tom DeLonge before his departure in 2015. The band developed Neighborhoods in separate studios and regrouped at various periods to record. The trio wrote lyrics regarding such subjects as isolation, confusion and death. The band infused inspiration from each member's various musical tastes to form a unique sound that recalled their separate upbringings, leading the trio to compare the album to separate neighborhoods.

Cheshire Cat

  1. Carousel
  2. M's
  3. M+
  4. Fentoozler
  5. Touchdown Boy
  6. Strings
  7. Peggy Sue
  8. Sometimes
  9. Does My Breath Smell?
  10. Cacophony
  11. TV
  12. Toast And Bananas
  13. Wasting Time
  14. Romeo And Rebecca
  15. Ben Wah Balls
  16. Just About Done
  17. Depends
Dude Ranch
  1. Pathetic
  2. Voyeur
  3. Dammit
  4. Boring
  5. Dick Lips
  6. Waggy
  7. Enthused
  8. Untitled
  9. Apple Shampoo
  10. Emo
  11. Josie
  12. A New Hope
  13. Degenerate
  14. Lemmings
  15. I'm Sorry / Dog Lapping
Enema Of The State
  1. Dumpweed
  2. Don't Leave Me
  3. Aliens Exist
  4. Going Away To College
  5. What's My Age Again?
  6. Dysentery Gary
  7. Adam's Song
  8. All The Small Things
  9. The Party Song
  10. Mutt
  11. Wendy Clear
  12. Anthem
The Mark, Tom And Travis Show: The Enema Strikes Back
  1. Dumpweed
  2. Don't Leave Me -
  3. Aliens Exist
  4. Family Reunion
  5. Going Away To College
  6. What's My Age Again?
  7. Dick Lips
  8. Blow Job
  9. Untitled
  10. Voyeur
  11. Pathetic
  12. Adam's Song
  13. Peggy Sue
  14. Wendy Clear
  15. Carousel
  16. All The Small Things
  17. Mutt
  18. The Country Song
  19. Dammit
  20. Man Overboard
  21. Skit 1
  22. Skit 2
  23. Skit 3
  24. Skit 4
  25. Skit 5
  26. Skit 6
  27. Skit 7
  28. Skit 8
  29. Skit 9
  30. Skit 10
  31. Skit 11
  32. Skit 12
  33. Skit 13
  34. Skit 14
  35. Skit 15
  36. Skit 16
  37. Skit 17
  38. Skit 18
  39. Skit 19
  40. Skit 20
  41. Skit 21
  42. Skit 22
  43. Skit 23
  44. Skit 24
  45. Skit 25
  46. Skit 26
  47. Skit 27
  48. Skit 28
  49. Words Of Wisdom
Take Off Your Pants And Jacket
  1. Anthem Part Two
  2. Online Songs
  3. First Date
  4. Happy Holidays, You Bastard
  5. Story Of A Lonely Guy
  6. The Rock Show
  7. Stay Together For The Kids
  8. Roller Coaster
  9. Reckless Abandon
  10. Every Time I Look For You
  11. Give Me One Good Reason
  12. Shut Up
  13. Please Take Me Home
  1. Feeling This
  2. Obvious
  3. I Miss You
  4. Violence
  5. Stockholm Syndrome Interlude
  6. Stockholm Syndrome
  7. Down
  8. The Fallen Interlude
  9. Go
  10. Asthenia
  11. Always
  12. Easy Target
  13. All Of This
  14. Here's Your Letter
  15. I'm Lost Without You
  1. Ghost On The Dance Floor
  2. Natives
  3. Up All Night
  4. After Midnight
  5. Snake Charmer
  6. Heart's All Gone Interlude
  7. Heart's All Gone
  8. Wishing Well
  9. Kaleidoscope
  10. This Is Home
  11. MH 4.18.2011
  12. Love Is Dangerous
  13. Fighting The Gravity
  14. Even If She Falls

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