When Blink-182 first started gaining popular velocity toward the end of the '90s, the cheeky Southern California pop-punk trio didn't necessarily seem like the scene's top contenders for longevity. The band's early material was unapologetically bratty, for one thing. Vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus and vocalist/guitarist Tom DeLonge favored nasal singing styles and a lyrical outlook firmly rooted in the shiftlessness and maturity battles of one's early 20s. After all, the band's first bona fide mainstream hit was a song called "What's My Age Again," from the band's classily named... More >>>