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 seven 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, drummer Travis Barker, and guitarist and vocalist Matt Skiba (replacing Tom DeLonge who helped found the band and played in it until 2015). 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" randomly. However, the band proceeded to make up many reasons for the number, such as the number of times Al Pacino said the word 'fuck' in the movie "Scarface", Mark Hoppus' goal weight, and others. 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]

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Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
# Indicates promotional single release
Indicates songs covered by Blink-182 Indicates songs covered by Blink-182
Musician Mark Hoppus performing in 2004.
Mark Hoppus shares co-lead vocals and plays bass guitar for the group.
Musician Tom DeLonge performing in 2004.
Tom DeLonge shared co-lead vocals and played guitar for the group between 1992 and 2015.
Musician Scott Raynor in 1995.
Scott Raynor played drums for the group between 1992 and 1998.
Musician Travis Barker performing in 2003.
Travis Barker began playing drums for the group in 1999.
Musician Matt Skiba performing in 2015.
Matt Skiba began sharing co-lead vocals and playing guitar for the group in 2015.
Musician Robert Smith performing in 2007.
Robert Smith, frontman of the Cure, contributed vocals to "All of This" in 2003.
Musician Yelawolf performing in 2012.
Yelawolf contributed vocals to "Pretty Little Girl" in 2012.
Name of song, originating album, and year released.
Song Year Album Lead vocal(s) Ref.
"13 Miles" 2000 None[a] Mark Hoppus [2]
"21 Days" 1994 Buddha Tom DeLonge
"A New Hope"[b] 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus [3]
"Adam's Song" dagger 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"After Midnight" dagger 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[5]
"Aliens Exist" 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge [4]
"All of This" 2003 Blink-182 Robert Smith
Tom DeLonge
[6]
"All the Small Things" dagger 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge [4]
"Alone" 1993 Flyswatter Tom DeLonge
"Always" dagger 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge [6]
"Another Girl, Another Planet" # double-dagger (The Only Ones cover) 2005 Greatest Hits Mark Hoppus
"Anthem" 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge [4]
"Anthem Part Two" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7]
"Apple Shampoo" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus [3]
"Asthenia" 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge [6]
"Ben Wah Balls" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge [8]
"Better Days" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge
"Blow Job" 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show Tom DeLonge [9]
"Boring" 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Bored to Death" dagger 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Boxing Day" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[10]
"Brohemian Rhapsody" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
"Built This Pool" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
"Cacophony" 1995 Cheshire Cat Mark Hoppus [8]
"California" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Carousel" 1994 Buddha Tom DeLonge
"The Country Song" 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show Tom DeLonge [9]
"Cynical" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Dammit (Growing Up)" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus [3]
"Dancing with Myself" double-dagger (Billy Idol cover) 1997 Before You Were Punk Tom DeLonge
"Dead Man's Curve" double-dagger (Jan and Dean cover) 1999 Shake, Rattle and Roll: An American Love Story Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"Degenerate" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge [3]
"Depends" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[8]
"Dick Lips" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Disaster" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[10]
"Does My Breath Smell?" 1994 Short Bus Tom DeLonge
"Dog Lapping" 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"Dogs Eating Dogs" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[10]
"Don't"[c] 1998 Buddha (Reissue) Mark Hoppus
"Don't Leave Me" 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"Don't Tell Me It's Over" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7][11]
"Down" dagger 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[6]
"Dumpweed" # 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge [4]
"Dysentery Gary" 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[4]
"Easy Target" 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[6]
"Emo" 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus [3]
"Enthused"[d] 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Even If She Falls" 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"Everytime I Look for You" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus
"The Fallen Interlude" 2003 Blink-182 Menno [6]
"The Family Next Door"[e] 1994 Buddha Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"Family Reunion" # 1999 Short Music for Short People Mark Hoppus
"Feeling This" dagger 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[6]
"Fentoozler" 1994 Buddha Mark Hoppus
"Fighting the Gravity" 2011 Neighborhoods Mark Hoppus [5]
"First Date" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge
"Freak Scene" double-dagger (Dinosaur Jr. cover) 1993 Flyswatter Mark Hoppus
"Fuck a Dog" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[11]
"Ghost on the Dance Floor" 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"The Girl Next Door" double-dagger (Screeching Weasel cover)[f] 1998 Buddha (Reissue) Mark Hoppus
"Give Me One Good Reason" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge
"Go" 2003 Blink-182 Mark Hoppus [6]
"Going Away to College" 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"Good Times" double-dagger (Good Times theme cover) 1998 None[g] Mark Hoppus
"Happy Holidays, You Bastard" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus
"Heart's All Gone" 2011 Neighborhoods Mark Hoppus [5]
"Heart's All Gone Interlude" 2011 Neighborhoods Instrumental [5]
"Here's Your Letter" 2003 Blink-182 Mark Hoppus [6]
"Home Is Such a Lonely Place" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"I Miss You" dagger 2003 Blink-182 Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[6]
"I Won't Be Home for Christmas" dagger [h] 1997 None Mark Hoppus
"I'm Lost Without You" 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge [6]
"I'm Sorry" 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Josie" dagger 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus [3]
"Just About Done" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[8]
"Kaleidoscope" 2011 Neighborhoods Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[5]
"Kings of the Weekend" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Left Alone" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Lemmings" 1996 Lemmings / Going Nowhere Mark Hoppus
"Life's So Boring" 1999 None Instrumental
"The Longest Line" double-dagger (NOFX cover) 1993 Flyswatter Mark Hoppus
"Los Angeles" 2016 California Matt Skiba
Mark Hoppus
"Love Is Dangerous" 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"M+M's" # 1995 Cheshire Cat Mark Hoppus [8]
"Man Overboard" dagger 2000 The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[9]
"Marlboro Man" 1993 Flyswatter Tom DeLonge
"MH 4.18.2011" 2011 Neighborhoods Mark Hoppus [5]
"Mother's Day" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [11]
"Mutt" 1999 Enema of the State Tom DeLonge [4]
"My Pet Sally" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge
"Natives" 2011 Neighborhoods Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[5]
"No Future" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Not Now" dagger 2005 Greatest Hits Tom DeLonge
"Obvious" 2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge [6]
"Online Songs" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [7]
"The Only Thing That Matters" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"The Party Song" 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"Pathetic" 1997 Dude Ranch Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[3]
"Peggy Sue" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge [8]
"Please Take Me Home" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7]
"Point of View" 1993 Flyswatter Tom DeLonge
"Pretty Little Girl" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
Yelawolf
[10]
"Rabbit Hole" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Reckless Abandon" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7]
"Red Skies" 1993 Flyswatter Tom DeLonge
"Reebok Commercial" 1993 Flyswatter Mark Hoppus
"The Rock Show" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [7]
"Roller Coaster" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [7]
"Romeo & Rebecca" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge
"San Diego" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"She's Out of Her Mind" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Shut Up" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [7]
"Silent Night Sing Along" 2000 The Real Slim Santa Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
"Snake Charmer" 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"Sober" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"Sometimes" 1993 Demo No.2 Mark Hoppus
"Stay Together for the Kids" dagger 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus
Tom DeLonge
[7]
"Stockholm Syndrome" 2003 Blink-182 Mark Hoppus [6]
"Story of a Lonely Guy" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7]
"Strings" 1994 Buddha Mark Hoppus
"Teenage Satellites" 2016 California Mark Hoppus
Matt Skiba
"This Is Home" 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"Time" 1993 Flyswatter Mark Hoppus
"Time to Break Up" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7][11]
"Toast and Bananas" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge [8]
"Touchdown Boy" 1995 Cheshire Cat Tom DeLonge [8]
"Transvestite"[i] 1994 Buddha Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
"TV" 1993 Demo No.2 Mark Hoppus
"Untitled #1" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge
"Untitled #2" 1993 Demo No.2 Tom DeLonge
"Untitled" 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Up All Night" dagger 2011 Neighborhoods Tom Delonge
Mark Hoppus
[5]
"Violence"
[j]
2003 Blink-182 Tom DeLonge [6]
"Voyeur"[k] 1994 Buddha (Promo) Tom DeLonge
"Voyeur" 1997 Dude Ranch Tom DeLonge [3]
"Waggy" 1996 They Came to Conquer... Uranus Mark Hoppus [12]
"Wasting Time" dagger 1994 Short Bus Mark Hoppus
"Wendy Clear" 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"What Went Wrong" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Tom DeLonge [7][11]
"What's My Age Again?" dagger 1999 Enema of the State Mark Hoppus [4]
"When I Was Young" 2012 Dogs Eating Dogs Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[10]
"When You Fucked Grandpa" 2001 Take Off Your Pants and Jacket Mark Hoppus [7][11]
"Wishing Well" # 2011 Neighborhoods Tom DeLonge [5]
"Words of Wisdom" 2000 None[l] Tom DeLonge
Mark Hoppus
[2]
"Wrecked Him" 1996 They Came to Conquer... Uranus Tom DeLonge [12]
"Zulu" 1996 They Came to Conquer... Uranus Tom DeLonge [12]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "13 Miles" only appears on the "Man Overboard" single.
  2. ^ An early version of "A New Hope", titled "Princess Leia", is available an undated "promo" version of Buddha.
  3. ^ "Don't" is available an undated "promo" version of Buddha, and was later added to its 1998 reissue.
  4. ^ An early version of "Enthused", titled "Strung Out", is available an undated "promo" version of Buddha, and a demo version is available on the "Wasting Time" single.
  5. ^ "The Family Next Door" was excluded from a later reissue of Buddha in 1998. It is only available on the original demo cassette.
  6. ^ "The Girl Next Door" is available an undated "promo" version of Buddha, and was later added to its 1998 reissue.
  7. ^ "Good Times" only appears on the "Apple Shampoo" single.
  8. ^ "I Won't Be Home for Christmas" was first released as a promotional single in 1997, and re-released as a single in 2001.
  9. ^ "Transvestite" was excluded from a later reissue of Buddha in 1998. It is only available on the original demo cassette.
  10. ^ "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"
  11. ^ "Voyeur" is available an undated "promo" version of Buddha; it is entirely different to the Dude Ranch song of the same name.
  12. ^ "Words of Wisdom" appears as a "teaser" version on the "Man Overboard" single, and as a collection of individual tracks at the end of the band's live album, The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (2000).

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 Man Overboard (booklet). Blink-182. MCA Records. 2000. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Dude Ranch (booklet). Blink-182. US: Cargo Music / MCA Records. 1997. 
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Enema of the State (booklet). Blink-182. MCA Records. 1999. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Neighborhoods (deluxe edition) (booklet). Blink-182. Interscope Records. 2011. 
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Blink-182 (booklet). Blink-182. US: Geffen. 2003. 000133612. 
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (booklet). Blink-182. US: MCA Records. 2001. 088 112 627-2. 
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h Cheshire Cat (booklet). Blink-182. Cargo Music. 1995. 
  9. ^ a b c The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (booklet). Blink-182. MCA Records. 2000. 
  10. ^ a b c d e Dogs Eating Dogs (digital liner notes). Blink-182. Self-published. 2012. 
  11. ^ 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. 
  12. ^ a b c They Came to Conquer... Uranus (liner notes). Blink-182. Cargo Music. 1996. 

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