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Album Review: Blink 182 – Blink 182 (Self-Titled) (2003)

Blink 182 – Blink 182 (Self-Titled)
Release Year – 2003

This was a huge change in sound for Blink 182. But if you were following them during the time, there were already some signs of them changing towards this sound. With Tom Delonge going off and recording Box Car Racer, the sound already became a lot more mellow and mature. 

As this album was preparing to release, I remember the first leak of “Feeling This” went on the internet. After hearing it, I became even more hyped for it because while it was different than their normal sound, it still sounded great.

The album finally released and I picked it up right away. While the style change was very drastic, the songs still had the Blink 182 feel to it. I listened to this album on repeat for a long time. 

The album is mature and I think that it was mainly Tom Delonge’s influence. Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker adapted well and created a great album.

Favorite Songs:
Feeling This

Tracklist:

Feeling This 5/5
Obvious 3/5
I Miss You 3/5
Violence 2/5
Stockholm Syndrome Interlude 2 / 5
Stockholm Syndrome 4 / 5
Down 2 / 5
The Fallen Interlude 1 / 5
Go 3 / 5
Asthenia 4 / 5
Always 3 / 5
Easy Target 3 / 5
All of This 3 / 5
Here’s Your Letter 4 / 5
I’m Lost Without You 3 / 5

Overall Rating: 3 (I Like It)


My Rating Format:

1 – Don’t like it
2 – It’s ok
3 – I like it
4 – I really like it
5 – Love it

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