The Urethra Chronicles II: Harder Faster Faster Harder

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The Urethra Chronicles II: Harder Faster Faster Harder
Blink-182 - The Urethra Chronicles II-Harder Faster Faster Harder cover.jpg
Directed by Matthew Beauchesne,[1] Jeffery Motyll, Marc "Cheetah" Steinberger
Starring Blink-182
Music by Blink-182
Distributed by Universal Music & Video Distribution, Inc.[2]
Release date
  • May 7, 2002 (2002-05-07)[3]
Running time
48 minutes[3]
Country United States
Language English

The Urethra Chronicles II: Harder Faster Faster Harder is a documentary about pop punk band Blink-182,[2] and is the follow-up to the first Urethra Chronicles.[1] The DVD was released by MCA Records on May 7, 2002,[3] and contains music videos, bonus footage, making of videos, band biographies, and other bonus content.

Scene index[edit]

  1. Opening
  2. Travis
  3. Tom
  4. Mark
  5. Past, Present, and the Paranormal
  6. Sin City
  7. Making of "The Rock Show"
  8. Tour Life
  9. Backstage
  10. Making of "Stay Together for the Kids"
  11. Recording Studio
  12. Making of "First Date"
  13. Friends
  14. Credits

Bonus features[edit]

  1. Music videos
  2. Chicago Live
    • "First Date"
    • "Carousel"
    • "Aliens Exist"
    • "The Rock Show"
    • "Anthem Part Two"
  3. Management
    • Rick DeVoe
    • Chris Georggin
    • Kristen Worden
  4. Photo Gallery
  5. Do you believe?
  6. Mark Undercover
  7. The Battle of the Enchanted Forest
  8. Doctor Brian
  9. The Making of "Stay Together for the Kids" (Original version)
  10. 1216 Beats
  11. A Message to our Fans

Some UK versions of the DVD have a fault in which when Aliens Exist is selected from the Chicago Live menu, it instead plays the chapter Do You Believe? and the Aliens Exist video is unattainable.[citation needed]


Chart (2002) Peak
Australia Top 20 DVD (ARIA)[4] 9
US Top Music Videos (Billboard)[5] 1


  1. ^ a b "Netflix". 
  2. ^ a b "CD Universe". 
  3. ^ a b c "". 
  4. ^ "The ARIA Report: Issue 645 (Week Commencing 8th July 2002)" (PDF). Australian Recording Industry Association. p. 19. Retrieved July 26, 2016. 
  5. ^ "Top Music Videos". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc. 114 (22): 65. June 1, 2002. Retrieved July 26, 2016. 

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