Blink-182 CD Review
It's taken two years but Blink-182's Tom Delonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Landon Barker have finally dropped a new CD! So will all those hardcore Blink fans be disappointed? Find out!
Blink-182 have picked up the guitars and are banging the drums once again. Their latest release, just called Blink-182, has been a long time coming. If you were a fan of their 2001 album, Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, you must be dying to know whether the two year wait was worth it. Find out here!
Blink-182: Jammin' Tunes
It's been two years since Take Off You Pants and Jacket slammed the charts with hits like The Rock Show and First Date. Finally, Tom Delonge, Travis Landon Barker and Mark Hoppus are back, and it was well worth the wait. The CD, Blink-182, is filled with new and improved lyrics, along with the same hard guitar rifts and drum beats that have become Blink's signature style. The first single, Feeling This, is catchy with a great chorus. Other stand-outs include the vocals on I Miss You and the lyrics and beat of Always. But, there's really something great about all 14 tracks, so you're bound to find something else that's stellar that I've missed.
Blink-182: No More Small Things
The CD is definitely worth a place in your player, however it's not overflowing with goofy-goodness as Enema of the State or Take Off You Pants and Jacket. Seems like Tom DeLonge and they boys have grown up a bit and it's obvious in their lyrics. Don't get me wrong, it's not all mature and deep or anything. It's still fun, just less goofy. (I just don't think the guys will be running around naked in any of the vids for this CD).
Blink-182: The Bottom Line