A classic 90's pop-punk album. Easily the most famous song is All The Small Things; I knew the song before I even knew the title. The distinctive "na na na" chorus is instantly recognizable. My favorite song from the album is What's My Age Again?, a goofy song about not wanting to grow up and taking pride in immaturity. Blink 182 manages to clown around and also add deeper undertones, with the depressing but the more-than-relatable Adam's Song, written by co-lead singer Mark Hoppus about depression and thoughts of suicide. Another great song is "Dumpweed", with a unique instrumental and a catchy chorus. This album. albeit not as quality, is comparable with Green Day's 1994 Dookie, both capturing the essence of teenage angst. I highly recommend this album to everyone!
this band is holy the worlds best pop punk band and just seeing them in concert will prove to you just how great this band really is you will love them YAYAYYAYAY BLINK 182!!!!!
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