The Mark, Tom and Travis Show 2XLP
Vinyl Color: Transparent Red
srcvinyl is giving the Blink 182 catalog the full SRCHIFI treatment with limited edition audiophile-level pressing and premium packaging. The deluxe version of Enema of the State was mastered for vinyl by Kevin Gray (Coherent Audio), is pressed at RTI on a limited edition 180 gram audiophile, virgin black vinyl. The album will be housed in a thick 24 pt gatefold jacket with a matte finish and includes center labels unique to this pressing. The deluxe edition of Enema of the State includes a 28 page booklet which we have dubbed the "Ultimate Enema Guide" featuring lyrics and expanded artwork.
Everyone loves a party, so most people love a party band. That's why SoCal's Blink-182 have enjoyed a relatively long life in the ephemeral world of punk rock: They know how to make being pissed off sound as inviting as the pop of a beer-can tab. Bassist-vocalist Mark Hoppus, guitarist-vocalist Tom Delonge and drummer Travis Barker have a swell time on their third album, singing about sexual frustration ("Dumpweed"), alienation (the power-pop-y "All the Small Things") and the sucky, suicidal state of the world (the piano-laced "Adam's Song"). The minimalist rat-a-tat-tat rhythms never falter; the guitar boings up and down like a sonic Superball. It's all harmless but still gnarly enough to foment the kind of anti-everything rebellion that spawned rock & roll way back in the day. Sometimes feeling good doesn't demand more than a sense of collective ennui or a "bouquet of clumsy words/A simple melody" ("Going Away to College"). Blink-182 have the formula down, and for that, if nothing else, more power to 'em.
Deluxe Edition (SOLD OUT)
Don't Leave Me
Going Away To College
What's My Age Again?
All The Small Things
The Party Song
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