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Musicians
    (1992- )
    Mark Hoppus (Vocalist/bassist - March 15, 1972)
    Tom DeLonge (Vocalist/guitarist - December 13, 1975)
    Travis Barker (Drummer - November 14, 1975)
    Scott Raynor (Former Drummer)
    Recorded 'Buddha (1994),' 'Cheshire Cat (1995),' 'Dude Ranch (1997),' 'Enema of the State (1999),' 'The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show (2000)' and 'Take Off You Pants and Jacket (2001)'
    All three have piercings, and Tom and Travis have a lot of tattoos.
    They weren't widely known until their video for 'What's My Age Again?' in which they were naked.
    They were originally called Blink, but an Irish techno group by the same name threatened to sue them.
    They released three different versions of 'Take Off Your Pants and Jacket.'
    Travis never says much at public appearances and often looks uncomfortable.
    Mark wore sneakers to his wedding.
    They have many tattoos.
    The went on 'indefinite hiatus' (February 23, 2005).
    They constantly tour.
    Their ticket prices are never too high.
    Travis gives drum lessons.
    Mark and Tom run loserkids.com and Travis owns Famous Stars and Straps.
    Travis used to be the drummer for the Aquabats, and would fill in for Scott Raynor until he left the band to go to school, so Travis became the full time drummer.
    They appeared in 'American Pie.'
    Tom was in 'Idle Hands' and had one line.
    They make fun of people like N'Sync and Britney Spears, but it's always in good taste.
    They love dirty jokes, and will tell them between songs at shows.
    They always have something good to say about other bands like Sum 41 and New Found Glory.
    A lot of their songs are about their life experiences, such as their parents divorcing.
    Tom's wife surprised him at their wedding by having his favorite band, Jimmy Eat World, play at their reception.
    Their original video for 'Stay Together For the Kids' was filmed on September 11, 2001 in a burned out house, but they shot another one to be respectful.

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