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|1. Feeling This|
|3. I Miss You|
|5. Stockholm Syndrome|
|7. The Fallen Interlude|
|11. Easy Target|
|12. All of This|
|13. Here's Your Letter|
|14. I'm Lost Without You|
While Blink-182's pop-punk has given more than its share of entertaining moments over their career, "sonic experimentation" is hardly what you'd expect from their sixth studio album. Within their guitar-bass-drums template, however, they offer moments of playfulness and lyricism that stretch their definition of sound. The tempo changes and uses of (relative) silence in "Violence" and "Stockholm Syndrome" borrow post-punk conventions, and lend a new feel to the band's trademark cranked-upness. (The use of treated piano on the latter song also suggests that theyve bent an ear to a few psychedelic-pop classics in their time.) As with 2001's Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, a theme of loneliness emerges upon the first couple of listens, but this time it feels as if Blink wants to connect it to something larger than before. Growth from the guys who once jokingly celebrated man-on-dog intercourse? Yeah. And best of all, it's worth hearing. --Rickey Wright
Ive been listening to Blink for as long as i can remember. Mostly of their old stuff like Chesire Cat, dude ranch and so on till they came out with TYPAJ. Read morePublished on March 20 2006
I am a big fan of blink n i'm realli loyal 2 dere music but dis album realli didn't impress-followed by their break-up it realli wasn't a surprise as they'd lost their... Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2005 by lilbabe
Ok I'm gonna tell u a little story: I had a crush on this boy and he was a big fan of Blink 182.To make his pleasure, I bought this cd planning to not lisen 2 hit. Read morePublished on May 9 2005 by Nadya
Don't let the cardboard sleeve fool you, this is pretty much an identical copy of the North American release of Blink's self-titled CD. Read morePublished on March 9 2005 by "kelpifines"
I've been listening to blink-182 since 2001, but I only started to love them in 2002.Blink has pulled me out of some VERY hard times of my life. Read morePublished on Feb. 28 2005 by Cool cat
This has a new wave feel for this pop-punk trio in fact they borrow a new wave icon to give it some retro-modernism. Robert Smith of the Cure is on this release. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2005 by "skanks"
Blink 182 has obviously matured over da years
Feeling This- The 'All the small of the cd' 9.75/10
Obvious- a dark kind of song 8. Read more
Let's face it, if Blink had released another "Take of your Pants and Jacket" everyone would've criticized them for not evolving. Read morePublished on Aug. 26 2004 by "dnelson1447"
This CD doesn't click immediately like Blink's other CD's do. It takes awhile to get into it, and some of the songs aren't as infectious. Read morePublished on July 19 2004