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  1. Going back to the show from the the ticket above. It's confirmed, the show above didn't happen on 1998-02-26. Here's why, I found a review for that date: 2/26/1998: The band performs at Dane County Expo Hall in Madison, Wisconsin. Taken from the Daily Cardinal, March 2, 1998. Dane County Expo, Madison, WI. February 26, 1998. Three loud bands and a Swiss corporation were on the lineup at the Dane County Expo Center Thursday night. As a stop on the Swatch Sno-Core Tour, Primus, Blink 182 and The Aquahats delighted a crowd of thousands with their power-chords and silly mimics.
  2. New date: I've just realised there's no information about these dates on the timeline: 2000-09-17 Los Angeles, CA (The Making of Man Overboard - day 1) 2000-09-18 Los Angeles, CA (The Making of Man Overboard - day 2): 2000-09-24 Solana Beach, CA - Belly Up Tavern (The making of Man Overboard - day 3) Here's an interview from that same day at the Belly Up:
  3. Correction: 1998-02-26 Peoria, IL - Madison Theater (Sno-Core Tour 98) The ticket stub above means that the following show listed on the timeline happened a day earlier and should be removed: 2/27/1998: The band performs at Madison Theater in Peoria, Illinois. Other bands included Primus and the Aquabats. We have proof of the ticket above now and that makes this show invalid as both shows couldn't happen on the same day: 2/26/1998: The band performs at Dane County Expo Hall in Madison, Wisconsin. @Thibaut182 can you provide a link to the Facebook/Inst
  4. Here's another example of information which is still missing on the Timeline (just one of hundreds). It was provided in March this year, still no timeline update for it, I remember I also provided links to interviews for this day and they are now lost somewhere in this thread. The timeline doesn't get updated anymore, this project is dead. For the reason above I will stop providing information as it feels like a complete waste of time. I will still try to provide corrections for new posts as much as I can. Thanks to everyone who has contributed and keeps contributing to this, especially
  5. Definitely not summer '96, he's wrong. That picture was taken in 1997. The T-shirt was sold at the 1998-05-01 Los Angeles, CA - Palladium show, it's a bootleg T-shirt.
  6. Timeline update: Higuer resolution pictures for these shows: 5/11/2000: The band performs at Coors Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, California, beginning The Mark, Tom and Travis Show Tour. Ticket, Poster Other bands included Bad Religion and Fenix TX. 7/8/2000: The band performs at Waimanalo Polo Fields in Honolulu, Hawaii, completing the first leg of The Mark, Tom and Travis Show Tour. Other bands included Fenix TX, Less Than Jake, and Unit 101. Also adding the name of the venue where this show was held as it's missing on the timeline entry:
  7. New date for the timeline: 2000-05-18 San Diego, CA - Mission Beach, MTV Beach House (MTV, TRL Superstars - Aired 2000-05-27)
  8. New correction: 2/25/2000: The band performs at MTV Studios in New York, New York for MTV FANatic. Should be: 2/25/2000: The band performs at American University in Washington,DC for MTV FANatic. This video should also be added as a link, even though the song "Aliens Exist" wasn't included in the MTV Fanatic TV show, MTV recorded this song and broadcasted it later on:
  9. I've spent more time investigating this and now I'm certain that the first broadcast didn't happen in 1997. I'll explain why: MTV Loveline although it looks like a live TV show, it was not broadcasted live (the date that MTV recorded the show differs from the airing date) How do I know that MTV Loveline isn't a live TV show? Here's a picture of Travis from 2/23/2000: The band performs at the Club 600 North Plaza Resort & Spa in Daytona Beach, Florida for MTV Spring Break 2000 - Note Travis hair. Blink were guests on MTV Loveline for the second time on the next day of the show
  10. I must be missing something here. Can you point me to the part where Mark mentions that the episode was aired again in 1998? - I can't hear that anywhere in the video.... Here's more evidence: February 3, 1998 Also, if you get MTV, watch Loveline nightly at 11pm and you'll get to see Blink-182 appear as guests very soon. We'll let you know if we get an official date. Source: @veeRob's official blink-182 site back then: https://blink182.veerob.com/old/info/news.html We might need to change it since it's not a re-run (at least the news above, and Mark's interview on the bus don't s
  11. @Thibaut182 Thank yourself as you were the one who provided a link to the picture above a few years ago. It's not blink-182 TV the one to thank, it's yourself. blink182 TV's just a cunt that reposts pictures/videos from different sources. Including my YouTube channel videos. I hate that fucking idiot, he never credits anyone. The picture above is from 1998-04-25 Las Vegas, NV - Sam Boyd Stadium - Nothing new The above is a good instance that proves why I worry when I say that we are losing tons of information 😔
  12. I think I posted about their first MTV, Loveline TV show previously but as most of the posts on this thread don't actually get updated on the timeline accordingly (I keep saying this: we need a new mechanism to update the timeline, the current one doesn't fly, we are losing a lot of information that never makes it to the timeline. We can't rely on @boxelder´s availability to do this job) Anyway, there you go: 1998-02-25 MTV, Loveline (Check out the following video where Mark talks about MTV, Loveline and mentions that went on "last night".) This entry needs to be removed
  13. This one is missing on the timeline: 6/5/2002: Mark's home makes an appearance on MTV Cribs.
  14. Can't even imagine how many times I watched this interview, I know that part off the top of my head. You are missing the funniest part. Tom saying at the very the end: They threw us paella! - so funny 😂
  15. ¡Viva España!, decía el franquista... jaja
  16. New correction: 6/7/2000: The band performs at Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh, Ohio. Should be: The band performs at Mellon Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  17. Another correction: 7/1/1999: The band performs at Orange Show Fairgrounds in San Bernardino, California as a part of Warped Tour 1999. Video 1, Ticket This video link should be removed and added to the next day 7/2/1999 as it was recorded on the second day of the Vans Warped Tour '99 in San Bernadino. 7/2/1999: The band performs at Orange Show Fairgrounds in San Bernardino, California as a part of Warped Tour 1999.
  18. This is not a new show, he's just referring to this show: We just need @boxelder to remove this entry which is wrong: 6/15/1998: The band performs at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C. It is Travis Barker's official first show as a member of the band. Video 1 And replace it for this one instead: 06-15-1998: The band performs at Pier Six Concert Pavilion in Baltimore, MD - It is Travis Barker's official first show as a member of the band. Video 1
  19. I wanna chase Ange Thompson in regards to those pictures. Can you share the source of that post so that I can contact her? - Cheers
  20. I've just finished watching the full show and decided to make a setlist and jot some comments down: 01 Intro 00:00 02 Pathetic 00:44 03 Peggy Sue 03:22 04 Wasting Time 06:15 05 Voyeur 09:14 06 Does My Breath Smell? 11:46 07 Josie 15:22 08 Dick Lips 19:39 09 Ben Wah Balls 24:35 - Scott leaves the drum riser during this song 26:59 and puts his towel around Mark's shoulders as a cape. As a result, Mark turns into Testosterone man 28:55. 10 Untitled 28:38 - Tom swaps guitars at the beginning of this song and starts using a Fender backup guitar which I had never seen before.
  21. I was just watching the new Montreal 97 show that's surfaced a couple hours ago and noticed that right before the start of the song "Untitled" Tom swaps guitars and starts using a Fender guitar which I had never seen ever before: Any thoughts/knowledge on that backup guitar? Video here:
  22. 54mins of the real blink-182 on a Friday evening. Perfect timing for watching this with a beer in hand.
  23. Correction and additional information: 8/30/2000: The band wins the Kerrang! Award's trophy for Best Video for "All The Small Things." 2000-08-29 London, England - Hammersmith Palais (Kerrang! Awards) - The band wins the Kerrang! Award's trophy for Best Video for "All The Small Things." Correction: Took place on the 29th of August 2000 Additional info: City and venue where the event was held. The full Kerrang! Awards show was aired on British TV. Here are a few pictures from that day:
  24. New show for the timeline from 21 years ago: 1999-09-19 Bologna, Italy - Parco Nord, Tendone Estragon (Festa Provinciale Dell´ Unita) - Other bands: Question Marks Here's a link to the full video bootleg:
  25. Here's another correction of the timeline: 8/6/1998: The band performs at Skateworld in Boise, Idaho. Video 1 - It was recorded in Malibu, CA at the Malibu Riding & Tennis Club Other bands included Home Grown, MxPx, and Jimmy Eat World. This show was later broadcast (I believe on MuchMusic) as USA Summer Rental. - The show was aired on the 8th of June 1998 on a TV channel called USA/aka USA Network. Note the recording date remains unknown to this day as it happened prior to the airing date.
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