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Blink-182 Live Album Finally Hits Streaming Services

Blink-182 fans, rejoice! The band’s legendary live album The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show is finally available on streaming services. The album captures the band’s original (kinda) lineup at the height of their popularity in 1999, fresh off their breakout album Enema Of The State. The album became famous for its between-songs banter as much as for the actual performances. Blink fans have been calling for The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show’s return ever since the album disappeared from streaming services a couple of years ago.

It’s there…but it isn’t there. I am so confused…and a little hurt.

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