Blink-182 are a pop punk band from San Diego, CA formed in 1992. The three piece, originally made up of Tom DeLonge on guitar and vocals, Mark Hoppus on bass and vocals, and Scott Raynor on drums, found success in Southern California's melodic punk scene, both for their penchant for catchy melodies and for their absurd and juvenile sense of humor. The band released their debut LP, Cheshire Cat, on Cargo in 1995 and were signed shortly after to major label MCA. The band recorded their sophomore album Dude Ranch in 1997, their last with Raynor. He was replaced by Travis Barker from the Aquabats and they went on to achieve mainstream success with their followup, 1999's Enema Of The State. Blink spent the first part of the 21st century as one of the biggest bands in all of music. They eventually went on hiatus in 2005, but they reunited in 2009 and have remained active since, even with DeLonge leaving the band in 2015. He was replaced by Matt Skiba of Alkaline Trio. This vintage Blink-182 shirt, with light fading and wear, shows off the band's silly and SoCal sensibilities.