Tom DeLonge Discusses His Favorite blink-182 Album

Every musician must have a favorite album they’ve done, right? For former blink-182 member Tom DeLonge, the choice is hard.

Appearing on ex-bandmate Mark Hoppus’ podcast, After School Radio, the pair discussed what Tom’s favorite blink-182 album was.

“God, there’s so many great things about all of them,” said DeLonge.

​“Obviously the Untitled album, the sense of the exploration musically that we did there… But I’ve also got to say, when we did Enema [Of The State, 1999], it was like, I knew that we were doing something in the moment that hasn’t been done before.”

DeLonge also credited Hoppus’ writing on “Dammit” from 1997’s ‘Dude Ranch.’

What is YOUR favorite blink-182 album? Are you happy to hear that Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus are still good friends?

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