Potty humor pop punkers Blink-182 broke through to the mainstream in 1999 with their third album Enema Of The State. The band went from playing club shows to filing amphitheaters in short time. The first follow up to Enema was a live album recorded in their early arena days entitled The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show. The record was recorded between two shows in California and has since been certified Gold and went to #8 on the Billboard charts. This original Blink-182 shirt, in great condition with fading, is a local crew shirt from 2000 when they released their live album, The Mark, Tom, And Travis Show.