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- BLINK 182 ARE BACK!!!
- Me, Myself, and I
- blink-①⑧② are an American rock trio formed in 1992 in Poway, California that prominently played pop punk music. The band, then known simply as Blink, was originally composed of Tom DeLonge (vocals, guitar), Mark Hoppus (vocals, bass) and Scott Raynor (drums). In 1998, midway through a U.S. tour, drummer Travis Barker replaced Raynor. DeLonge left the group in early 2005.But now 4 years on Merk & Travis' Band seems to be over and a renunion is almost certain.Blink 182 are going to share a stage for the first time in 4 years at the 51st grammy awards. THERE BACK!!
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An image as well as a countdown to the Grammy Ceremony are posted on www.blink182reunion.com. Legit? Fansite? Only time will tell.
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“On Thursday, Blink-182 fans rejoiced when it was announced that the long-dormant band would be reuniting as presenters at Sunday’s Grammy Awards. While it’s not clear if Blink will be doing anything more than presenting an award, it does appear that there may be more to come from the band.
At least that’s what a member of a Blink offshoot band — Tom DeLonge’s Angels & Airwaves — seems to have confirmed in a chat on the social-networking site Modlife.
On Thursday night, A&A guitarist David Kennedy was fielding fan questions about that band’s new album when, with a few keystrokes, he changed the game entirely, hinting that while Angels might be putting out an album this year, Blink may be, too.
“I’m trying to write a statement about how Angels is all good while Blink is coming back,” Kennedy wrote.
When asked by a fan if that meant Angels & Airwaves were going to be scrapped in favor of Blink-182, he replied, “No sir. … It will be a good creative year and I want to make sure that comes across.”
Then, when asked by another fan to clarify the fact that Blink are coming back, Kennedy wrote “Yeah, putting out a record.”
Of course, that sent message boards and Blink fan sites into a frenzy, especially given the thawing of tensions between DeLonge, Mark Hoppus and Travis Barker in the wake of Barker’s escape from a plane crash last fall, and Hoppus telling MTV News in January that, when it came to a Blink reunion, “the future is wide open.”
At press time, Kennedy’s comments had not been confirmed, MTV News’ attempts to contact A&A’s label and management were unsuccessful, and e-mails to Hoppus and DeLonge had not been returned.“
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Hello There Blink-182 fans! First of all thanks for joinin the band we really glad you have choose to join!! But this is the time we have all been waitin for. . . . . a Possible Blink-182 reunion!! So to show your support to tha cause ask fellow Blink fans to join the band!! And drop by and give Love every once in a while!! Thanks again!!! And Rock On!!!
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