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  • Audio CD (4 Oct. 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Universal / Island
  • ASIN: B00000IPAX
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (147 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,225 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  1. Dumpweed (Album Version) [Explicit] 2:23£0.99  Buy MP3 
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  5. What's My Age Again? (Album Version) 2:28£0.99  Buy MP3 
  6. Dysentery Gary (Album Version) [Explicit] 2:45£0.99  Buy MP3 
  7. Adam's Song (Album Version) 4:09£0.99  Buy MP3 
  8. All The Small Things (Album Version) 2:48£0.99  Buy MP3 
  9. The Party Song (Album Version) 2:19£0.99  Buy MP3 
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On their 1997 release, Dude Ranch, juvenile hardcore-pop band Blink 182 tickled the funny bone with an assortment of dumb sex jokes, off-colour artwork and between-song skits, including one of a dog drinking from a freshly peed in toilet. So, two years down the road, have the band matured at all? One look at the cover of Enema Of The State, which features cover art of a tarted-up blonde nurse donning a rubber glove, provides the easy answer. Fortunately, Enema supports the humour with strong musicianship. The songs are more dynamic than those on Dude Ranch, sounding like a cross between the Descendents and Fountains of Wayne. And unlike the glut of alt-rock releases that offer one or two memorable songs, Enema is flush with instantly memorable melodies and ear-pleasing harmonies. Good, dirty fun--no more, no less. --Jon Wiederhorn

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Lg Iles on 10 Sept. 2004
Format: Audio CD
this is blink 182s fourth studio recorded album, this is a great album but very different to blinks previous albums. This album brought a whole new ere of music to blink fans. Assisted with a new drummer blink have moved away from that punk sound and have edged to a more pop sound and went more commercial. Saying that this album has got some of blinks best songs entering the charts. "whats my age again" is probably the best song on this album it a has a really catchy opening and a great chorus. "Adams song" a sad song with really good lyrics. The "party song" is a fast upbeat tune with mark singing very fast and then slowed down in the chorus. "Dysentery Gary" is probably the most punky song on the album which has tom hating everything. In this album unlike the ones previously Mark and Toms voices sound great and in are perfectly in tune and the new drummer is very talented. I think the band have just got it right with this album. if you like take off pants & jacket and self titled you will like this album if you like blinks older stuff you might find it harder to enjoy but saying that with songs like "all the small things" "dysentery gary" "goin away to college" "adams song" and "whats my age again" anyone can enjoy this album.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Joe Marshall on 22 Aug. 2001
Format: Audio CD
This has got to be Blink 182s best album, i have all the albums except cheshire cat, and so far nothing beats it! The clever lyrics are superb and the drumming from Travis Barker is out of this world!! the guitars aint to bad either!! If you've even heard of Blink 182 buy this album, this is what made me buy the rest of their albums!! Dont Miss Out!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. D Burin on 27 April 2012
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It's probably both a sign of my childishness and the quality of 'Enema of the State' that it's an album I can listen to as joyfully in my mid 20s as I did as a young teenager upon its release. Blink-182 have been pidgeonholed by critics, on numerous occasions, as teenage band, and of being juvenile, but neither seems a particularly valid criticism. Blink-182's hilariously awkward tales of adolescent love and childish adulthood (most notably the brilliant 'What's My Age Again') are much of what gives 'Enema' its appeal. The band, whilst not particularly virtuoso, clearly have an ear for a catchy melody, and the album draws one in with its buzzing riffs, frantic drumming, and Tom Delonge's yearning vocals, which are just on the right side of the troubled/whiney divide. Blink-182 also possess some real heart on the album's best tracks, such as the tale of unrequited love of 'Wendy Clear', and the perfectly pitched love song 'Going Away to College'. There's barely a weak track on 'Enema', and when at their best, Blink were easily a match for contemporaries like Green Day and Sum 41, with the album's tunefully noisy pop-punk sound.

The one thing 'Enema' is lacking, I suppose, is variety. What Blink-182 do, they do extremely well; a fact evidenced by how fresh and relevant 'Enema' still sounds; but the album's 11 tracks are a pretty set format of ringing guitar, fast-paced drumming, yearning vocals; and, well, not much else. There are also one or two tracks which are more filler than killer; namely the rather inexplicable 'Aliens Exist'. Still, 'Enema' is a record which is lively, hugely enjoyable and contains some of Blink's best tunes and finest lyrics. "We started making out, and she took off my pants; but then I turned on the TV".
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 25 Feb. 2002
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album after getting Dude Ranch and I was surprised, nearly every aspect of the album had been improved.
It started with Dumpweed, a classic song, preferred live, I thought the album was fairly decent at this point, and then I was blown away. Don't Leave Me was astounding, it blew me away. Then it passed into Aliens Exist, filled with clever lyrics, then Going Away To College played and I was surprised once again, Mark's seriousness kicks in and you are enchanted by this tale of 'Going Away To College', then my favourite track 'What's My Age Again' played, with the tale of a guy who still feels like a teenager, acting like life is a game, "my friends say i should act my age, whats my age again, whats my age again?", Dynsentery Gary then speaks of losing yer gal to some pitiful guy, followed by one of Blink's saddest songs, Adams Song was written when a teenager sent a letter to Blink182 before committing suicide, they wrote a song to commemorate 'Adam'. The next song 'All The Small Things' is a brilliant poke at boy bands and sell-outs, and the video helps this so well. Hilarious. The quick-paced 'Party Song' tells the tale of Mark going to a party which is full of stereotypical teenagers, and (coincidentally)the girl of his dreams.
'Mutt' looks at looking beneath the layers and cr*p piled up in a relationship.
Basically, the album is a great look at life, with sad songs like 'Adam's Song' and catchy fun anthems like 'What's My Age Again' it's a memorable buy.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 9 Jun. 2000
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I've had this album since October '99 and i have listened to it every day since. I decided to buy it when i heard 'Whats my age again?' last summer in the states. None of my mates were interessted when i mentioned Blink 182 because they didn't know who the hell they were. But that soon changed. When Blink released 'All the small things' this year i had people queing up to borrow the album for about 3 months, but i couldn't let it go. It is a class album definately my all time fave. All the songs get you in a great mood but the songs that stand out to me are definately, 'DUMPWEED','DON'T LEAVE ME','WHATS MY AGE AGAIN?','GOING AWAY TO COLLEGE','ADAM'S SONG' and 'MUTT'. Although i've mentioned virtually every song make no mistake the others are fantastic tunes. So go and buy it baby!
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