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It is spelled "blink-182", as opposed to "Blink 182", "Blink-182", or "blink 182". It appears that way on most releases and on their official website.

The only exceptions are 'Buddha' and 'Dude Ranch', where it appears as BLINK 182: https://web.archive.org/web/20081024032724/http://www.blink182.com/discography/?Page=all (scroll down)

Annotation last modified on 2023-11-05 21:13 UTC.

Wikipedia

Blink-182 is an American rock band formed in 1992 in Poway, California. Their current and best-known line-up consists of bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus, guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, and drummer Travis Barker. Though their sound has diversified throughout their career, their musical style, described as pop-punk, blends catchy pop melodies with fast-paced punk rock. Their lyrics primarily focus on relationships, adolescent frustration, and maturity—or lack thereof. The group emerged from a suburban, Southern California skate punk scene and first gained notoriety for high-energy live shows and irreverent humour.

The band's debut studio album, Cheshire Cat, was released in 1995. Their second studio album, Dude Ranch, came out in 1997. After years of independent recording and touring, including stints on the Warped Tour, the group signed to MCA Records. Their third and fourth albums—Enema of the State (1999) and Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001)—reached their furthest commercial success while their singles, "All the Small Things", "Dammit" and "What's My Age Again?" became hit songs and MTV staples. Later efforts, including an untitled album (2003), Neighborhoods (2011), and an EP Dogs Eating Dogs (2012), marked stylistic shifts. Hoppus is the only member to remain in the band throughout its entire history. DeLonge left the group twice, both times a decade apart, before returning once more. Founding drummer Scott Raynor recorded and toured with the group before being dismissed in 1998, thereafter being replaced by Barker. During DeLonge's hiatus from 2015 to 2022, the band included Alkaline Trio singer and guitarist Matt Skiba, with whom they recorded two albums, California (2016), and Nine (2019), and toured in support of both. Their ninth album, One More Time..., was released on October 20, 2023.

Blink-182's straightforward approach and simple arrangements, which helped initiate pop-punk's second mainstream rise, made them popular among generations of audiences. Worldwide, the group has sold 50 million albums and moved 15.3 million copies in the U.S.

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Discography

Album

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1995Cheshire Catblink‐1823.511
1997Dude Ranchblink‐182415
1999Enema of the Stateblink‐1824.823
2001Take Off Your Pants and Jacketblink‐1824.824
2003blink‐182blink‐1824.524
2011Neighborhoodsblink‐1824.310
2016Californiablink‐1823.88
2019NINEblink‐1823.854
2023ONE MORE TIME…blink‐18226

Album + Compilation

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2005Greatest Hitsblink‐182415
2011Enema of the State / Take Off Your Pants and Jacket / Blink‐182blink‐1821
2013Iconblink‐18232
20167 Album Box Setblink‐1821

Album + Live

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2000The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!)blink‐1825

Album + Demo

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1993Flyswatterblink‐1821
1994Buddhablink‐1825

Single

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1996Lemmings / Going Nowehereblink‐182 / Swindle1
1997Dick Lipsblink‐1822
1997Apple Shampooblink‐1821
1997Dammit (Growing Up)blink‐1821
1997I Won't Be Home for Christmasblink‐1823
1998Josie (Everything’s Gonna Be Fine)blink‐1822
1999What’s My Age Again?blink‐1826
1999All the Small Thingsblink‐1825
2000Adam’s Songblink‐1823
2000Man Overboardblink‐1821
2001The Rock Showblink‐1824
2001First Dateblink‐1821
2001Stay Together for the Kidsblink‐1823
2003Feeling Thisblink‐1823
2003I Miss Youblink‐18243
2004Downblink‐1827
2004Alwaysblink‐1826
2005Not Nowblink‐1826
2011Up All Nightblink‐1821
2012Red Airplaneblink‐1821
2016Bored to Deathblink‐1821
2017Parking Lotblink‐1821
2017Can’t Get You More Pregnantblink‐1821
2019Blame It on My Youthblink‐1821
2019Generational Divideblink‐1821
2019Happy Daysblink‐1821
2019Darksideblink‐1821
2019What's My Age Again? / A Milliblink‐182 & Lil Wayne1
2019I Really Wish I Hated Youblink‐1821
2019I Really Wish I Hated Youblink‐1821
2019Not Another Christmas Songblink‐1821
2020Let Me DownOliver Tree feat. blink‐1821
2020Quarantineblink‐18231
2022Edgingblink‐1821
2023One More Time / More Than You Knowblink‐1821
2023Dance With Meblink‐1821

Single + Remix

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2016Bored to Death (Steve Aoki remix)blink‐182 & Steve Aoki1

EP

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1995Short Busblink‐182 / The Iconoclasts1
1995They Came to Conquer… Uranusblink‐1821
1996Wasting Time (1996 Australian Tour EP)blink‐18241
2012Dogs Eating Dogsblink‐1823

EP + Demo

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
1993Demo #2blink‐1822

Other + Interview

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2001X-Posed: The Interviewblink‐1822

Other + Live

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2002Pop Disaster Tour Live at Marcus Amphitheater, Milwaukee, WI, USAblink‐1821

Broadcast + Live

YearTitleArtistRatingReleases
2003AOL Sessionsblink‐1821

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