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Itz too bad

that blink-182 had broken up into 2 bands but now each band has evolved into a more mature level, which i think is pretty awesome. +44 all da way!

buy. :)

personally. i love plus 44. i bought tickets to see them live. but the concert got canceled because pete wentz decided to go to rehab. so this is the closest i'm gonna get for at least a couple months. But they're great. i still am a devoted blink 182 fan. and i love angels&airwaves. All of them are great. but all of them are different too. i'd buy this. its awesome. i love the song. its worth the buy.

Keep it Up

+44 is a sick band but I hope that they dont go emo

Biography

Formed: Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Forming during pop-punk trio blink-182's 2005 hiatus, +44 brought blink alums Travis Barker (drums) and Mark Hoppus (vocals/bass) back together as their former bandmate Tom DeLonge went off to form his own band, Angels and Airwaves. Originally billed as a largely electronic-based project, their songs eventually fell instead under the alternative rock umbrella; their name came from the international dialing code to the United Kingdom, where the duo first discussed doing the project. The two initially...
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Chapter 13 (Live At the Roxy), +44
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  • $1.49
  • Genre: Alternative
  • Released: Nov 09, 2006

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