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Enema of The State is now considered a rock classic. From beginning to end, its one of the catchiest, most energetic, melodic, and loudest records ever. The lyrics range from hilarious (The Party Song) to heartfelt (Going Away To College), to a combination of both (Anthem).
Tom's powerchords are the loudest and crunchiest I've ever heard on a pop album, and his lead riffs are some of the simplelest but catchiest I've ever heard, and come on- what kid starting to learn guitar nowadays doesn't try to learn Adam's Song? Vocally his bratty voice fits songs perfect with him taking over the vocals on songs such as Dumpweed, Aliens Exist, Dysentary Gary, All The Small Things, Mutt, and Anthem. Mark plays bass very simply, but his tone is very clean and complements guitar and drums very well. His fills in the bridge of What's My Age Again? are perfect as well. Vocally Mark has a cleaner voice than Tom, which works well on the songs he sings- Don't Leave Me, Going Away To College, What's My Age Again, Adam's Song, The Party Song, and Wendy Clear. That brings us to Travis- but what hasn't been said about this guy already? He's f-ing amazing!Read more ›
Enema of the state combines catchy pop guitar licks with the soothing voice of mark and the edgy more rough voice of tom and the talented but repeated drum beats of Travis Barker.
Here is the track listing.
1.Dumpweed : A great starting song. As soon as you put on the cd .. BAM theres a blistering note that leads to a catchy lick and follows through with a fast pull-off riff. the chorus is strong and the songs all good. I would rate it as an 10/10.
2.Dont Leave me : a song about not wanting to be left alone. Not much to the instrument but very catchy and a clasisc pop tune. 8/10.
3.Aliens Exist : This songs pretty great . The lyrics acctually make sense and there a point to the song. 7.5/10.
4.Going away to collage : this song is really aweosme. It kind of represents the whole blink-182 sound. it starts clean and follows through with a very simple but thoughtfull guitar riff. Marks voice sounds very clean and smooth but still provides the right feel for the song. The lyrics are kind of sad but the tune is happy and upbeat. 8.5/10.
5. Whats my age again: One of the biggest hit songs on the album. The lyrics are pretty funny. And the instrumental is moderalty challenging complared to other songs. Its about being immiture and getting dumped over but frankly not caring too much.Read more ›
Dumpweed - Doesn't make a lot of sense, but has a foot-tapping rythm that's real easy to get into.
Don't Leave Me - Pleasant, annoying tune that no one would mind your singing it out loud.
Aliens Exist - This song is one of my favorites-it has a real punk beat with brilliant lyrics that have that funny, immature Tom DeLonge ring to them.
Going Away to College - captures the uncertainty and intimidatingness of getting out into the real world-plus it has some awsome tunes.
What's My Age Again? - Exceptional guitar-playing and extremely funny and absurd words that you would expect from a fifteen-year-old adolescent.
Dysentary Gary - Puts a spiteful breakup into a fabulous song.
Adam's Song - Widely popular and for a good reason. Its one of the only songs on this album that forgets immaturity and goes to a deeper point of troubled teenager's view.
All the Small Things - Annoying tune that you don't mind getting under your skin.
The Party Song - Fast paced, rap-style song that speeds up and slows down while it leaves your tongue tied.
Mutt - My second favorite song on this album-Tom DeLonge really knows how to croon a story about a shallow, mislead couple.
Wendy Clear - Not one of the funniest or most popular, but Mark Hoppus's vocals make up for it.
Anthem - Awsome display of raw talent by drummer Travis Barker as he serves up an impressive beat in this rebellious song of misfits and outcasts.
A must-have addition to any punk rock fan's collection. If you like anything remotely close to Blink 182, then you'll love this CD.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
'All the Small Things' is my most favorite song in this album. But, the song that I can relate too much is 'What's my Age Again?'Published 1 month ago by Robert Ross
I owned this album when it came out. Only recently bought it again after losing my first copy.Published 2 months ago by Matthew
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