Blink-182 to Re-Release Their Classic Albums On Cassette

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Blink 182 pose for a portrait in their dressing room at the Whisky A Go Go in Los Angeles, California on October 8, 1996.

Blink-182 has the perfect solution for the next time you're feeling nostalgic -- rather than stream "What's My Age Again?" on Spotify, you can keep things really authentic and listen to it on a cassette tape.

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Never mind that CDs were the preferred mode of listening during the band's heyday. They've recently re-released most of their work on vinyl, and now, thanks to a new partnership with SRC Vinyl, Blink-182 is sharing classic albums Dude Ranch (1997), Enema Of The State (1999), The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (2000) and Blink-182 (2003) on a limited run of special-edition cassettes.

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Pre-order the cassettes here before their release on Dec. 8.