September 27, 2011
Pop/Rock, Punk Revival, Post-Grunge, Punk-Pop, Alternative Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock

Album Review

When blink-182 split in 2005 due to growing tensions in the band, it seemed like they were done for good. In 2008, though, a series of tragedies, including the death of longtime producer Jerry Finn and Barker's near fatal plane crash, brought the trio back together. With their friendships mended, the band announced in 2009 that they would end their hiatus, reuniting to tour and record. Though they made it back into the studio quickly, the recording process was plagued by delays, pushing the album back again and again. The wait was finally over by mid-2011, though, and blink-182 finally released their sixth studio album, Neighborhoods, led by the singles "After Midnight" and "Up All Night.", Rovi

Track Listing

  1. Ghost on the Dance Floor
  2. Natives
  3. Up All Night
  4. After Midnight
  5. Heart's All Gone
  6. Wishing Well
  7. Kaleidoscope
  8. This Is Home
  9. MH 4.18.2011
  10. Love Is Dangerous