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Blink 182 has won the hearts of punk rock fans all over the United States over the past 4 years In those years they have released numerous albums that have each went platinum multiple times over However there was great disappointment in their 1998 album Enema of the State While at the same time of disappointing people Blink was able to capture the hearts of millions of new fans Many would argue though that they did this by selling out from the punk world and turning pop Blink vowed to settle this unhappiness with their brand new album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket On June 12th countless numbers of punk and pop fans went to pick up the brand new CD in great anticipation of what it might hold the positive response was incredible Take Off Your Pants and Jacket proves to live up to Blinks promise of a more punk sound yet it still mixes quite well with the pop beat that made them so famous with Enema of the State The CD immediately shows its promise with the opening song Anthem II Just with that one song alone you can hear and feel the fresh new sound that the Blink promised Other notable songs are Online Songs Roller Coaster Stay Together for the Kids and their hit single The Rock Show The main idea and theme of this album fit in perfectly with this present generation of teenagers or generation X as we have known to be called These themes of course grip tightly around partying having fun and just being a regular wild teen in the 21st century With themes like that mixed with the talented sounds of Blink 182 you have an automatic money making machine Take Off Your Pants and Jacket is an extremely good album to say the least By far it is worlds better than Enema of the State However it does fail to live
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