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Blink-182 Perform “She’s Out of Her Mind” on Kimmel

Discussion in 'Article Discussion' started by Melody Bot, Jan 11, 2017.

  1. Melody Bot

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  2. domotime2

    Great Googly Moogly Supporter

    mark's vocal range kinda non-existent anymore ay?
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  3. Former Planets


    This kinda makes me wish they'd release the demos from California so I could hear what the songs would sound like before being processed by twelve billion computers.
  4. kidwithhelmet


    Feel like all the hayo's would sound better if not sung directly into the mic and sung by both. Very distracting.
  5. Shrek

    Prestigious Prestigious

    Still don't know how Sober wasn't a single before this, even though I do like it. I think Sober would be a great single for pop stations and No Future would carry well on rock.
  6. zachff Prestigious

    Yeah. Not a great vocal performance by either Mark or Matt.
  7. zachff Prestigious

    Agree, sober would have been the better choice.
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  8. beckerm6


    jesus this album was processed to shit.
  9. mattfreaksmeout

    Trusted Supporter

    Maybe they're trying to ride this song out until later in the Spring and then release Sober as a single in time for the summer.
  10. Eml182


    Skiba sounds sick (like with a cold) - his vocals have been stronger on the tour.
  11. efp722


    What demos? haha. They wrote these songs in the studio, hit record, and most likely kept most of the early takes.

    I'm exaggerating, sure, but I'd be very surprised if they spent more time writing the songs then they did in post.
  12. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    They did a whole batch of songs before deciding to go with Feldmann. I think that's what the previous poster is referring to.
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  13. thedrudo

    Trusted Prestigious

    Sober is top tier Blink. Bummer it's not a single.
  14. theredline

    Trusted Supporter

    They've always been a better band recorded vs live...but it still sounded better then it has in the to see
  15. Gen Handley


    I'm a big AK3 fan and I like Blink, but just can't get into this record....
  16. parkerxcore

    Somebody's gonna miss us Supporter

    Everyone is so jaded, that was a good performance. Yeah, they're not the tightest on vocals, but still enjoyable.
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  17. Joseph Pepe


    RIGHT!? I'm guessing it will be a Summer time single as someone stated above. That song is the first chance Blink has at a cross over hit since "I Miss You" I hope they really push it come May or June.
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  18. bodkins


    No where near as bad as you guys are making it out to be. No where near flawless either, but man.
  19. Larry David

    I'll see you again in 25 years Prestigious

    That was a solid performance that I watched because everyone was being so critical. People are far too harsh on Blink these days
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  20. AsfAstAswegofar


    How is Sober not their next single? I swear, it would dominate. Also, didnt like the mixing of this performance but did think they were tight! Honestly, Skiba is killing it.
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  21. Serenity Now

    deliver us from e-mail Supporter

    Two questions...

    1) what were you expecting? Lip syncing?
    2) is this your first Blink record?
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  22. Serenity Now

    deliver us from e-mail Supporter

    No. Not really. But it would be a popular song for all the wrong reasons.
  23. ohitsjustrob

    "The only truth is music." Supporter

    Mark has not really been the best singer ever, but compared to Tom he always sounded better so we never really noticed haha, but my issue with this performance were not the vocals, but the sound mixing. I could barely here Matt's guitar when he was in distortion. It sounded like his clean channel was a little higher, but I could really only hear Mark's bass through most of the performance.
  24. AsfAstAswegofar


    I think it's certainly what you'd expect a successful Blink 182 song would sound like in 2017.