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.’
— Loudwire (@Loudwire) August 5, 2021
What is YOUR favorite blink-182 album? Are you happy to hear that Tom DeLonge and Mark Hoppus are still good friends?