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  2. Nosferatu

    The blink 182 general discussion topic

    Dunno, I felt some of the songs were a different kind of bad. I do have a good chuckle whenever I hear a woah though.
  3. Yesterday
  4. Whales

    The Tom Delonge Meltdown Watch Thread (Meltdown Inactive)

    Considering I was only around 8 years old when Untitled came out, I was just late to the party. Bands like Hawk Nelson and Yellowcard were my early introduction to pop punk because of my sister, with Blink coming later because my parents weren't a huge fan of "bad language" and that kind of thing. I don't remember exactly when I started listening to Blink more, but when I was around 14 someone gave me WDNTW on cd and my interest in all things Tom Delonge grew from there.
  5. NJansaid

    Rank the Pop Punk Bands of our time

    Neck Deep fan exception. Rule #5031.
  6. theedge00

    Simple Creatures New Song!

    Still Mark's best song post breakup
  7. I've started listening to Dodie Clark and I hate myself for it.
  8. NJansaid

    NBA

    I really love that everyone is hating on James Harden right now including fans and legends and other stars. You can't even deny it anymore, he flops more than he tries to score, rarely plays D, and travels 90% of his step backs. The league is remarded for letting that go for so long and never doing anything about it now Harden thinks it's okay and he's a HOF type player. No way Harden is a star in any other era, it's all due to the no defense rules now and desperate for stars. Also, glad the LeBron Jordan talks are put to rest quickly. Not even a discussion.
  9. Clar-ke has herpes

    Video Games Thread

    Yeah I loved that game growing up. I’m hoping they release it on 3DS at some point since the graphics look doable.
  10. Last week
  11. Thibaut182

    The Official, Comprehensive Blink-182 Timeline

    found more info and full set for this show : 7/16/1999: The band performs at Randalls Island in New York, New York. From Jeff Neuman : Footage I took on the 1999 Warped Tour. Travis from Blink 182 could not play for some unknown reason in New York at the Randalls Island show. So, Damon (Fenix TX) Brooks (Suicidal/Bad Religion) Josh (the Vandals) and Byron (Pennywise) played the set for him. This is only the first clip of many. I have the whole set on video. From Christopher Carambot : i was there and back stage for this interviewing and filming bands. i remember all the drummers were walking around with discmans (yes folks this was pre ipod) mentally learning all these songs. i have tons of footage of this warped. shitload of fun. Randalls island and the black bugger dust pit!
  12. Clar-ke has herpes

    The Beaches

    Anyone here heard them? I wasn't a huge fan when I first heard their stuff, but after seeing them live I have become a huge fan. They put on a fucking awesome live show...one of the best that I've heard in terms of comparing it to their album sound tbh. I've heard people describe them as a "female version of the Strokes" which I think is a decent description. I think they're on the verge of blowing up; they already have in Canada.
  13. Regi.

    What TV show are you watching?

    Haha i can totally see that. Just finished it. Over all a good watch. He’s just a little lifeless, but in retrospect it might just fit his creepiness.
  14. Nosferatu

    2018 "New Album News" Thread

    Haha, yeah definitely. Count me as one of the few that loves all that delay shit in blink or AVA though. PLG is one of my favourite blink songs too. I like it on Chasing Shadows too. Just if Tom was still in the band and you knew blink was gonna have a delay effect on their guitar track of one of the new songs, you already get a rough idea of how the song might sound before you've even heard it but that's only because of Tom's playing style.
  15. Roux

    The Official Football Topic

    I knew nothing about the guy at all. I don't even remember that he played against Arsenal. Yeah Sancho is insane but we can't base everything on him
  16. _Kyle_

    Songs You're Randomly Thinking About

    this song, while being from the 80s, always sounded like it was a homage to the 80s in terms of sound.
  17. blinkstillrules

    My first time thread

    1996. I was 12 (couple months shy of 13). I heard "Carousel" at a local skate spot. I was skateboarding with my friends when another group we didn't know showed up but they were cool. We were all skating/hanging out listening to some punk, I forget who I think it was The Offspring, when one of them asked if he could put a CD in our boom box. Yeah sure man. It was Cheshire Cat. I was hooked the moment I heard that bass solo intro and went and bought the CD the next day.
  18. Ghost

    AVA General Discussion

    So, this means there are separated tracks/stems out there?
  19. I think you guys are either biased or just don't want me to become famous. Cubase sounds better. I'm stomaching the $500 cost and purchasing the full version. just kidding, Neal was right there was a bunch of minor effects/equalizer stuff tacked on in Logic unless you go in there and turn it off. It was hidden so didn't see it. At least I know I'm not going crazy.
  20. Margie Whipple's Rage

    Found Out About You V.S. Til I Hear It From You

    A friend is trying to choose between seeing Gin Blossoms or Soulfly ... I recommended Gin Blossoms because I ain't no uncultured swine.
  21. Margie Whipple's Rage

    What's The Last Movie You Watched?

    Over the past week I watched Ballad of Buster Scruggs and enjoyed the hell out of it. 7/10!
  22. While going through @veeRob's image folders, I pulled out a couple references in regards to the debated third arnette logo on the back of the headstock. I can confirm with these photos that this one is the inverted black and white color scheme than the ones on the front of the guitar: Bear Mountain Warped Tour I also found a reference on the mysterious backup guitar laying in a case next to Tom's amp. This suggests that the backup Strat is also a Fender judging by the shape of the case: My suggestion for this is American Fenders produced in the 90's were found in a case similar to that one.
  23. Alan Rickman

    Books

    Hopefully this new Stand show wont shit the bed
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