Blink 182 - Mark, Tom and Travis Show (2000)

Monday, April 30, 2012

Download Blink 182 - Mark, Tom and Travis Show (2000)
Recorded live at The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, California on November 4, 1999 and at The Universal Amphitheater on November 5, 1999.

A live run through of Blink 182's greatest hits, recorded before adoring California crowds, this album is probably the best way to experience these endearing pop-punkers' infectious three or four chords Green Day-ish sonic assault. Highlights include the uncharacteristically melancholy "Adam's Song," "Family Reunion" (a dirty joke with great harmonies), and the audience favorite, "What's My Age Again?"

Also expect a lot of very funny stage patter between songs, including a monologue about dressing up in women's clothing the better to seduce your own father. It's wholeheartedly, and good-naturedly, obscene.

Out of print in the U.S.! Import edition of the Bubble Punk's limited edition live 2000 release. 20 tracks featuring scorching versions of all their hits including 'Dumpweed', 'What's My Age Again?', 'All the Small Things' and many more. Universal.

Contains 29 hidden tracks after "Man Overboard."

Blink 182: Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, Travis Baker.

Engineers: Guy Charbonneau, Sean O'Dwyer, Bryan Worthen.

Personnel: Tom DeLonge (vocals, guitar); Mark Hoppus (vocals); Travis Barker (drums).

Audio Mixers: Jerry Finn; Tom Lord-Alge.

Recording information: The Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco Convent (11/04/1999-11/05/1999); The Universal Amphitheatre (11/04/1999-11/05/1999).

Editor: Joe McGrath.

Illustrator: Glen Hanson.

Photographers: Skye Everly; Justin Stephens; Tim Stedman; Thomas Noto.Rolling Stone (12/7/00, pp.110-2) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...[Tom] DeLonge is one terrific little guitar player, the comic chitchat interludes are a sweet bonus for fans, and [they] steal enough moronic hooks to make [this] a hoot."
Spin (12/00, p.222) - 7 out of 10 - "...On this speedy live best-of, loads of smirky, self-depreciating one-liners about boobies, boners, and crooked wieners....can't conceal the music's winning wistfulness..."
Q (1/01, p.104) - 3 out of 5 stars - "...They raise the occasional childish smile and they do rock at a furious pace. Live, they are immature, beyond juvenile and despite being wearily scatological are not wholly unfunny....essentially for the 15-year-old in us all..."
Melody Maker (11/7/00, p.58) - 3.5 stars out of 5 - "...[They] possess such charm....always obeying the 1st Three Laws Of Rock. Have a good time; maintain the generation gap; and keep it simple."

1 Dumpweed 
2 Don't Leave Me 
3 Aliens Exist 
4 Family Reunion 
5 Going Away to College 
6 What's My Age Again? 
7 Rich Lips 
8 Blow Job 
9 Voyeur 
10 Pathetic 
11 Adam's Song 
12 Peggy Sue 
13 Wendy Clear 
14 Carousel 
15 All the Small Things 
16 Mutt 
17 Country Song 
18 Dammit 
19 Man Overboard   


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