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Deluxe edition includes three bonus tracks. 2011 release, the first album in eight years from the commercial Pop/Punk trio consisting of vocalist and bass guitarist Mark Hoppus, vocalist and guitarist Tom DeLonge, and drummer Travis Barker. Rising from the Punk scene in San Diego, this trio took the edge out of Punk and made it digestible and easy for people of all ages to enjoy their hook-filled goofy pop songs. Neighborhoods is the perfect blend of styles and musically incorporates all facets of Blink's past, creating a new and improved sound for today.

1. Ghost on the Dance Floor
2. Natives
3. Up All Night
4. After Midnight
5. Snake Charmer
6. Heart's All Gone Interlude
7. Heart's All Gone
8. Wishing Well
9. Kaleidoscope
10. This is Home
11. MH 4.8.2011
12. Love is Dangerous
13. Fighting the Gravity
14. Even if She Falls

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  • Audio CD (September 27, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • Label: DGC
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (158 customer reviews)
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Ben Dugan on April 22, 2012
Format: Audio CD
So I have been living with "Neighborhoods" for the last few months. And I have to say that it's one of the hardest products to comment on that I have encountered.
You see, "Neighborhoods" is by no means a bad record. It features some excellent songs and as someone who grew up listening to these guys it's a nice nostalgic kick to hear there three guys playing again. But I still can't fully recommend it to anyone.
Why? Partially it could be because it never really sounds like Blink 182. And I don't just mean the silly, sophomoric Blink 182. This does not even sound like mature Blink 182. This sounds like the dude from Angels and Airwaves with a more rap influenced drummer and the dude from +44 singing a few guest verses. And this is where my biggest problem with the record really comes into focus: it sounds like an Angels and Airwaves record.
Now make no mistake about it, this would be the best AVA record ever if just because Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker have a sense of melody and forward momentum that DeLongue does not bring to AVA. They give a few of these tracks some real kicks, whether it be the excellent chorus to "After Midnight" to the more punk inflected "Hearts All Gone", one of the few songs that Hoppus sings lead and Barker plays faster than any man probably should. But to often the same things that have brought down each Angels and Airwaves bring this one down too.
The production is flat and same sounding, to reliant of keyboard that sound just bought and still being used with the preset settings and echo-y vocals that seem to be meant to symbolize something but don't really. And lyrically the record is inert, filled with too many platitudes and overwritten phrases that never really let the songs breathe.
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48 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Swampfox02 on September 27, 2011
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After 8 long years Blink-182 is back. I know everyone is nervous about what kind of music they will be creating. Will Tom have too much influence in the band again ? Is this going to be just a clone of Angels and Airwaves ? Well, let's break this down.

"Ghosts on the Dance Floor" - Starts off very strongly. Upon first listen I felt a lot of Angels and Airwaves vibe. Tom seemed to have brought his voice from AVA, which, IMO, is a lot stronger and sounds much better than the old Tom; they are in their late 30's now after all. Overall, this song grew on me and I find it being one of my favorites on the album. Rating: 5/5

"Natives" - Right away we see Tom going nuts on the guitar. I haven't heard Tom be this creative with guitar since "Cheshire Cat." This song perfectly balances both Mark and Tom and the chorus is too catchy. This is Blink. If you were nervous about the first song, listen to this one, it reassures you. One of the best Blink songs period. Rating: 5/5.

"Up All Night" - This song also took a long time to grow on me. It fits really well with the rest of the CD though. This is a song that doesn't necessarily need to be a single but it molds into the other songs perfectly. Has a great chorus and a little AVA vibe but overall very strong song. Rating: 4.5/5

"After Midnight" - Slower vibe to it. Drums aren't too impressive but damn are they catchy at the beginning. The song's pace reminds me of "Stay Together for the Kids" but I find myself getting this song stuck in my head a lot. This is a great song for Blink and Mark and Tom play amazingly off each other.
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41 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Silky on September 27, 2011
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I was pumped for this CD to finally drop, and I checked my mailbox at college multiple times to see if it was there yet. The first half of the CD is stronger. I felt like Tom pushed a lot of AVA influence into some of the tracks which I didn't find very appealing. Nothing against AVA, I actually like them, but when I buy a blink-182 album I expect a faster pace with less added effects.

One person I was reading about said that this album was composing from different places and you can certainly tell. Some of the songs just don't mesh well together. The guys definitely need to get back into the same studio and get a producer like Jerry Finn to keep all three members in their places so they don't end up overpowering each other.

I was listening to the Jim Rome show yesterday, and Mark Hoppus was on for an interview. He mentioned that he main reason they broke up was because they were trying to change each other, and that now they accept each other for what different musical qualities each bring to the band. While I agree with Mark that different styles and assets are good for a band, I wouldn't say that everyone should just go in their own direction without an overriding theme or purpose for a song.

Wasn't bad, maybe it's just wishful thinking wanting Take Off Your Pants and Jacket-type music again.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By jacobdubya on September 30, 2011
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If you're expecting another "Enema of the State" or "Take Your Pants and Jacket" from Blink-182, keep waiting. "Neighborhoods" is more like Mark, Tom, and Travis took pieces from their respective projects (AVA, +44) as well as leftovers from Blink's 2003 untitled album and pieced them together into what is sometimes a strange clash of styles, but yet an overall satisfying album. To preface this review, I'd been a fan of Blink since 1999 when Enema of the State came out. I went back and listened to Dude Ranch as well, which I found to be even more amazing. When Take Off Your Pants and Jacket came out, I thought it was a weaker album than the previous two, but still a good album. However, I believe it was apparent to both fans and band that if Blink-182 stayed on the same track they were going, they would start to become stale. Around this same time, pop punk began to explode in the mainstream and bands like Good Charlotte, Simple Plan, and New Found Glory were starting to overshadow Blink-182 by singing the same lyrics of teenage angst and rebellion. I imagine as a response to the pop punk trend, as well as to keep from getting lost in the eventual passing of the trend, Blink chose to alter their style for their next album, going for a much darker sound combining elements of alternative, post-punk, emo, and experimental, also eliminating all elements of humor from their lyrics. Though the album had a few successes with "Feeling This" and "I Miss You," the album was somewhat alienating for their long-time fans, myself included, who felt their new style was too serious and depressing. However, after a few years and some growing up, the album really grew on me and I now see it as Blink's best album from an artistic standpoint.Read more ›
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Angels and Airwaves yet again...
I just saw them in concert last week in VA Beach. Tom is definitely not a born-again Christian, at least not based on his language...
Sep 23, 2011 by John T. Jenkins |  See all 4 posts
Six-arrow Smiley Face?
Check out the CD itself, I think it will put a smiley on your face!
Oct 5, 2011 by Jive Turkey |  See all 2 posts
deluxe or the same not sure
According to Barnes & Noble's website, the deluxe edition has 3 more songs than the regular edition.
Aug 27, 2011 by Jonathan Cardwell |  See all 9 posts
Is this one explicit?
Amazon has a Deluxe "clean" version and then another listing for a Deluxe edition, which does not say "clean" in the description.
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