San Diego pop punk trio Blink-182 released their sophomore record Dude Ranch on MCA Records in 1997, their first with the major label. The record was produced by Mark Trombino. The album was the band's first brush with mainstream success, as singles like "Dammit" and "Josie" both got airplay on MTV. While the band really broke through with their 1999 follow up Enema Of The State, Dude Ranch saw the band making big strides. They were the lovable inappropriate guys who wrote catchy songs. This was Blink's last album to feature Scott Raynor on drums, as he would be replaced by Travis Barker after its release. This original Blink-182 poster, in great condition with no surface marks, rips, tears, or pinholes, is a vintage promotional poster advertising the then-new album Dude Ranch.