List of songs recorded by Blink-182

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Blink-182 at the Showcase Theater in Corona, California in 1995.

The American rock band Blink-182 has recorded songs for six studio albums, as well as numerous extended plays. This list comprises the band's recorded catalog, as well as live renditions, early demo tracks, recorded appearances on other albums, and one unreleased track. Blink-182 formed in Poway, a suburb of San Diego, California in 1992. The trio consists of bassist and vocalist Mark Hoppus, guitarist and vocalist Tom DeLonge, and drummer Travis Barker. The band is considered a key group in the development of pop punk music; their combination of pop melodies with fast-paced punk rock featured a more radio-friendly accessibility than prior bands. The group, with original drummer Scott Raynor, emerged from the Southern California punk scene of the early 1990s and first gained notoriety for high-energy live shows and irreverent lyrical toilet humor.

The band were initially known as Blink until an Irish techno band threatened legal action; they appended "-182" for no reason. Cheshire Cat (1995) led the band to tour with Pennywise and NOFX on the Warped Tour. Dude Ranch (1997) was co-distributed by major label MCA Records and featured their first rock radio hit, "Dammit". Raynor was fired midway through a 1998 tour and replaced by Barker. Enema of the State (1999) was an enormous success on the strength of hit singles "What's My Age Again?" and "All the Small Things", which became airplay and MTV staples. Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) reached number 1 in the United States, Canada, and Germany. The eponymously titled Blink-182 followed in 2003 and marked a stylistic shift for the group, infusing experimental elements into their usual pop punk formula, resulting in a more mature sound. DeLonge left the group in 2005, sending the band into what was termed an "indefinite hiatus." The trio reunited in 2009 and their sixth studio album, Neighborhoods, was released in 2011.

Blink-182 has sold over 35 million albums worldwide.[1]

Songs[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
Indicates songs covered by Blink-182 Indicates songs covered by Blink-182
Title Year Album Length Lead vocal(s) Notes Ref.
"13 Miles" 2000 "Man Overboard" 2:11 Mark Hoppus Joke song
Live
"21 Days" 1994 Buddha 4:01 Tom DeLonge
"A New Hope" 1997 Dude Ranch 3:45 Mark Hoppus Early version entitled "Princess Leia" on Buddha (Promo) [2]
"Adam's Song" dagger 1999 Enema of the State 4:09 Mark Hoppus Live versions:
"After Midnight" dagger 2011 Neighborhoods 3:27 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[3]
"Aliens Exist" 1999 Enema of the State 3:13 Tom DeLonge Live versions: [4]
"All of This" 2003 Blink-182 4:40 Robert Smith
Tom DeLonge
[5][6]
"All the Small Things" dagger 1999 Enema of the State 2:54 Tom DeLonge Live versions:
"Alone" 1993 Flyswatter 2:44 Tom DeLonge
"Always" dagger 2003 Blink-182 4:11 Tom DeLonge [5][6]
"Another Girl, Another Planet" dagger 2005 Greatest Hits 2:43 Mark Hoppus The Only Ones cover
Theme song to Meet the Barkers
"Anthem" 1999 Enema of the State 3:37 Tom DeLonge [4]
"Anthem Part Two" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:48 Tom DeLonge Live versions:
  • "Stay Together for the Kids" single
[7]
"Apple Shampoo" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch 2:52 Mark Hoppus [2]
"Asthenia" 2003 Blink-182 4:19 Tom DeLonge [5][6]
"Ben Wah Balls" 1995 Cheshire Cat 3:55 Tom DeLonge Joke song
"Better Days" 1993 Demo No.2 2:08 Tom DeLonge
"Blow Job" 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show 0:41 Tom DeLonge Joke song
Live, called "Blew Job" on The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show
"Boring" 1997 Dude Ranch 1:41 Tom DeLonge [2]
"Boxing Day" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs 3:59 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"Cacophony" 1995 Cheshire Cat 3:05 Mark Hoppus
"Carousel" 1995 Cheshire Cat 3:15 Tom DeLonge Early version on Buddha
Live versions:
"Dammit (Growing Up)" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch 2:45 Mark Hoppus Live versions: [2]
"Dancing with Myself" dagger 1997 Before You Were Punk 2:57 Tom DeLonge Billy Idol cover
"Dead Man's Curve" dagger 1999 Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story 2:48 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Jan and Dean cover
"Degenerate" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:28 Tom DeLonge Early version on Demo No.2 and Buddha
Joke Song
[2]
"Depends" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:48 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Joke song
"Dick Lips" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch 2:57 Tom DeLonge Live versions: [2]
"Disaster" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs 3:42 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"Does My Breath Smell?" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:34 Tom DeLonge Early version on Short Bus split with Iconoclasts
Live versions:
  • "Josie" single
"Dog Lapping" 1997 Dude Ranch 1:56 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Bonus track
Joke song
Live
"Dogs Eating Dogs" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs 3:30 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
"Don't" 1994 Buddha (Reissue) 2:26 Mark Hoppus
"Don't Leave Me" 1999 Enema of the State 2:24 Mark Hoppus Live versions: [4]
"Don't Tell Me It's Over" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 2:33 Tom DeLonge Bonus track [7][8]
"Down" dagger 2003 Blink-182 3:03 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[5][6]
"Dumpweed" dagger
[note 1]
1999 Enema of the State 2:23 Tom DeLonge Live versions: [4]
"Dysentery Gary" 1999 Enema of the State 2:45 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[4]
"Easy Target" 2003 Blink-182 2:20 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[5][6]
"Emo" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:50 Mark Hoppus [2]
"Enthused" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:48 Tom DeLonge Early versions on Buddha (Promo) and "Wasting Time" single
Live versions:
  • "Josie" single
[2]
"Even If She Falls" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:00 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Everytime I Look for You" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:05 Mark Hoppus
"Family Reunion" 1999 Short Music for Short People 0:36 Mark Hoppus Joke song
Live versions:
"Feeling This" dagger 2003 Blink-182 2:52 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[5][6]
"Fentoozler" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:04 Mark Hoppus Early version on Buddha
"Fighting the Gravity" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:42 Mark Hoppus [3]
"First Date" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 2:51 Tom DeLonge
"Freak Scene" dagger 1993 Flyswatter 2:38 Mark Hoppus Dinosaur Jr. cover
"Fuck a Dog" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 1:25 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Bonus track
Joke song
[8]
"Ghost on the Dance Floor" 2011 Neighborhoods 4:18 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Give Me One Good Reason" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:18 Tom DeLonge
"Go" 2003 Blink-182 1:53 Mark Hoppus Live versions:
  • "I Miss You" single (BBC Radio 1 Session)
[5][6]
"Going Away to College" 1999 Enema of the State 3:00 Mark Hoppus Live versions: [4]
"Good Times" dagger 1998 "Apple Shampoo" 1:04 Mark Hoppus Good Times theme cover
"Happy Holidays, You Bastard" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 0:42 Mark Hoppus Joke song
"Heart's All Gone" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:15 Mark Hoppus [3]
"Heart's All Gone Interlude" 2011 Neighborhoods 2:02 Instrumental [3]
"Here's Your Letter" 2003 Blink-182 2:54 Mark Hoppus [5][6]
"I Miss You" dagger 2003 Blink-182 3:47 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
Live versions:
  • "Always" single
[5][6]
"I Won't Be Home for Christmas" dagger
[note 2]
1997 Non-album track 3:16 Mark Hoppus Appeared on various alternative Christmas albums
Live versions:
  • "What's My Age Again?" single
[9]
"I'm Lost Without You" 2003 Blink-182 6:20 Tom DeLonge [5][6]
"I'm Sorry" 1997 Dude Ranch 5:37 Tom DeLonge [2]
"Josie (Everything's Gonna Be Fine)" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch 3:19 Mark Hoppus Live versions:
  • "What's My Age Again?" single
[2]
"Just About Done" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:16 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Joke song
"Kaleidoscope" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:53 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[3]
"Lemmings" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:38 Mark Hoppus Early version on Lemmings / Going Nowhere split with Swindle [2]
"Life's So Boring" 1999 3:23 Instrumental Unreleased demo
"Love Is Dangerous" 2011 Neighborhoods 4:26 Tom DeLonge [3]
"M+M's" dagger 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:39 Mark Hoppus
"Man Overboard" dagger 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show 2:46 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
"Marlboro Man" 1993 Demo No.2 3:35 Tom DeLonge Early version on Flyswatter
"MH 4.18.2011" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:27 Mark Hoppus [3]
"Mother's Day" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 1:37 Mark Hoppus Bonus track
Joke song
[8]
"Mutt" 1999 Enema of the State 3:23 Tom DeLonge Early version on the soundtrack to Taylor Steele 's The Show (1998)

Live versions:

[4][10]
"My Pet Sally" 1994 Buddha 1:42 Tom DeLonge Early version on Demo No.2
"Natives" 2011 Neighborhoods 3:55 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[3]
"Not Now" dagger 2005 Greatest Hits 4:09 Tom DeLonge Bonus track
"Obvious" 2003 Blink-182 2:43 Tom DeLonge [5][6]
"Online Songs" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 2:25 Mark Hoppus [7]
"Pathetic" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:28 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
Live versions: [2]
"Peggy Sue" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:38 Tom DeLonge Live versions:
"Please Take Me Home" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:05 Tom DeLonge [7]
"Point of View" 1994 Buddha 1:19 Tom DeLonge Early versions on Flyswatter and Demo No.2
"Pretty Little Girl" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs 4:21 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Yelawolf
Featuring Yelawolf
"Reckless Abandon" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:06 Tom DeLonge [7]
"Red Skies" 1993 Flyswatter 3:25 Tom DeLonge
"Reebok Commercial" 1994 Buddha 2:51 Mark Hoppus Early versions on Flyswatter and Demo No.2
"Roller Coaster" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 2:47 Mark Hoppus [7]
"Romeo & Rebecca" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:31 Tom DeLonge Early versions on Demo No.2 and Buddha
"Shut Up" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:20 Mark Hoppus [7]
"Snake Charmer" 2011 Neighborhoods 4:27 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Sometimes" 1995 Cheshire Cat 1:08 Mark Hoppus Early versions on Demo No.2 and Buddha
"Stay Together for the Kids" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:59 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[7]
"Stockholm Syndrome" 2003 Blink-182 2:41 Mark Hoppus [5][6]
"Story of a Lonely Guy" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:39 Tom DeLonge [7]
"Strings" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:25 Mark Hoppus Early version on Buddha
"The Country Song" 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show 1:00 Tom DeLonge Joke song
Live
"The Fallen Interlude" 2003 Blink-182 2:12 Instrumental [5][6]
"The Family Next Door" 1994 Buddha 1:47 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"The Girl Next Door" dagger 1994 Buddha (Reissue) 2:31 Mark Hoppus Screeching Weasel cover
"The Longest Line" dagger 1993 Flyswatter 2:06 Mark Hoppus NOFX cover
"The Party Song" 1999 Enema of the State 2:19 Mark Hoppus [4]
"The Rock Show" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 2:51 Mark Hoppus Live versions:
  • "Always" single
  • "Stay Together for the Kids" single
[7]
"This Is Home" 2011 Neighborhoods 2:47 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Time" 1994 Buddha 2:27 Mark Hoppus Early versions on Flyswatter and Demo No.2
"Time to Break Up" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:05 Tom DeLonge Bonus track [7][8]
"Toast and Bananas" 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:26 Tom DeLonge Early version on Buddha
"Touchdown Boy" 1995 Cheshire Cat 3:10 Tom DeLonge
"Transvestite" 1994 Buddha 4:00 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[7]
"TV" 1995 Cheshire Cat 1:41 Mark Hoppus Early versions on Demo No.2 and Buddha
"Untitled #1" 1993 Demo No.2 2:07 Tom DeLonge
"Untitled #2" 1993 Demo No.2 2:29 Tom DeLonge
"Untitled" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:46 Tom DeLonge Live versions: [2]
"Up All Night" dagger 2011 Neighborhoods 3:19 Tom Delonge
Mark Hoppus
[3]
"Violence"
[note 3]
2003 Blink-182 5:20 Tom DeLonge [5][6]
"Voyeur" 1994 Buddha (Promo) 2:06 Tom DeLonge Completely different to the Dude Ranch song of the same name
"Voyeur" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:43 Tom DeLonge Live versions: [2]
"Waggy" 1997 Dude Ranch 2:54 Mark Hoppus Early version on They Came to Conquer Uranus [2]
"Wasting Time" dagger 1995 Cheshire Cat 2:35 Mark Hoppus Early versions on Short Bus split with Iconoclasts and Buddha (Promo)
"Wendy Clear" 1999 Enema of the State 2:50 Mark Hoppus Live versions: [4]
"What Went Wrong" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 3:13 Tom DeLonge Bonus track [7][8]
"What's My Age Again?" dagger 1999 Enema of the State 2:29 Mark Hoppus Live versions: [4]
"When I Was Young" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs 3:28 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"When You Fucked Grandpa" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket 1:39 Mark Hoppus Bonus track
Joke song
[7][8]
"Wishing Well" dagger 2011 Neighborhoods 3:21 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Words of Wisdom" 2000 "Man Overboard" 3:21 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Joke song
Live
"Wrecked Him" 1995 They Came to Conquer... Uranus 2:48 Tom DeLonge
"Zulu" 1995 They Came to Conquer... Uranus 2:04 Tom DeLonge

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Dumpweed" was released only as a live single from The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show.
  2. ^ "I Won't Be Home for Christmas" was released as a promotional single in 1997, but re-released as a single in 2001.
  3. ^ "Violence" precedes an interlude to "Stockholm Syndrome" on Blink-182 in which Joanne Whalley reads letters Hoppus' grandfather wrote to his grandmother during World War II. Some online retailers list this as a separate track titled "Stockholm Syndrome Interlude".

References[edit]

  1. ^ Andrew Daniels (November 17, 2011). "Mark Hoppus of Blink-182: Be a Dad without Being a Dork". Men's Health. Retrieved February 2, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o Dude Ranch (liner notes). Blink-182. US: Cargo Music / MCA Records. 1997. CRGD-11624. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Neighborhoods (deluxe edition) (CD booklet). Blink-182. Santa Monica, California: DGC Records / Interscope Records. 2011. B0016034-02. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Enema of the State (liner notes). Blink-182. US: MCA Records. 1999. MCD 11950. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Blink-182 (liner notes). Blink-182. US: Geffen. 2003. 000133612. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Corey Moss (October 14, 2003). "No Album Title, No Preconceptions: The New Blink-182". MTV News. Retrieved September 22, 2010. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (liner notes). Blink-182. US: MCA Records. 2001. 088 112 627-2. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f "Blink-182 plan four versions of new album". Toronto Sun (Toronto: Sun Media). May 7, 2001. ISSN 0837-3175. Archived from the original on February 14, 2013. Retrieved February 14, 2013. 
  9. ^ "Blink-182 - "I Won't Be Home for Christmas"". Discogs. Retrieved September 11, 2013. 
  10. ^ The Show (liner notes). Various artists. US: Theologian Records. 1998. T-67. 

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