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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    I do i agree that it is more mature, which is not necisarily better. Alough they put in enough upbeat songs to make it likeable. But i would buy this cd purly for the fact that it mentions The Nightmare Before Christmas on track 2 ( at least i think its track two)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010


    this blink is more mature, weather or not its better is up to you. but even if your a fan of the silly this has quite a few good upbeat songs. and if all else fails they get major props for making reference to The Nightmare Before Christmas in i miss you.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Exit Blink 182, Enter... Blink 182?

    Blink 182 has been my favorite band since Cheshire Cat was released. So I'm trying very hard to like their new album. After about six listens, it's growing on me but I'm not sold. There are some good songs on this album - "Feeling This" and "Down" come to mind, among others. The problem is, this is not the Blink you know from Cheshire Cat, Dude Ranch, Enema of the State, or TOYPJ. I can pop in one of those albums, listen to the whole thing, and feel good afterwards. This is not the Blink from the "What's My Age Again" or "All the Small Things" videos. This is a Blink that talks about their new-found classic Fender, that details how they mixed this or that song. As over-dramatic as it sounds, I just can't shake the feeling that I've been betrayed by this new album. They say everyone has to grow up sometime - I guess I just hoped my beloved Blink 182 never would.

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