END RANKS: The Best Blink-182 Albums According to The End

Which album takes the top spot?

September 16, 2016

Photo courtesy of Interscope Records


Blink-182 will be taking over Key Arena Saturday night (Sept. 17, you can still buy tickets here), so I decided to rank the band's seven studio albums from best to worst.

This may get me a few hate tweets, but everyone has an opinion, so have at it! 

Love it or hate it? Here it is:

#1 - Take Off Your Pants and Jacket

Because this album lived in my CD walkman during my teenage years. Oh, nostalgia!

#2 - Chesire Cat

Because my love for Alice In Wonderland runs deep. Also- "Carousel" is one of my all time favorite songs by them. So, yeah.

#3 - Enema of the State

Umm... that album cover, though. But seriously, I bought this album mainly for  "Adam's Song." I will never change the radio when this song comes on.

#4 - Neighborhoods

I call this one the "forgotten Blink-182 album." It's a solid LP, but where was the hype?

#5 - Dude Ranch

The song titles on this album are the BEST. And let's be honest, "Dammit" is still in your music library. 

#6 - Blink-182 

You had me at "Feeling This" .... and then I got bored (insert eye roll emoji). Not even Robert Smith could save them here. Sorry, Blink.

#7 - California 

You may hate me for this one, but I have a love/hate relationship with Alkaline Trio and this album, as far as I'm concerned, IS an Alkaline Trio album. That is why it is my least favorite Blink album.


Would your list look different from mine? Let me know, find me on twitter: @AlyssaOnTheEnd

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