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Blink 182 Play First Show Of 2013

by Paul Cashmere on February 21, 2013

in Live,News

Blink 182 returned to active duty last night (February 20, 2013) after performing their first show of 2013 in Sydney.

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The show gave the band an opportunity to debut three songs live ‘Dogs Eating Dogs’, ‘Disaster’ and ‘Boxing Day’ were all from last years ‘Dogs Eating Dogs’ EP.

Brooks Wackerman from Bad Religion replaced drummer Travis Barker who didn’t come to Australia because of his fear of flying.

The setlist for Blink 182’s Sydney show for Soundwave Touring was:

Feeling This (from Blink-182, 2003)
Up All Night (from Neighbourhoods, 2011)
The Rock Show (from Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, 2001)
What’s My Age Again? (from Enema of the State, 1999)
Dogs Eating Dogs (from Dogs Eating Dogs EP, 2012)
Down (from Blink-182, 2003)
I Miss You (from Blink-182, 2003)
Wishing Well (from Neighbourhoods, 2011)
The Legend of Pat Brown (The Vandals cover)
Always (from Blink-182, 2003)
After Midnight (from Neighbourhoods, 2011)
Disaster (from Dogs Eating Dogs EP, 2012)
Violence (from Blink-182, 2003)
First Date (from Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, 2001)
Heart’s All Gone (from Neighbourhoods, 2011)
Dumpweed (from Enema of the State, 1999)
Ghost On The Dancefloor (from Neighbourhoods, 2011)
Man Overboard (from The Mark, Travis and Tom Show, 2000)
All The Small Things (from Enema of the State, 1999)
Josie (from Dude Ranch, 1997)

Reckless Abandon (from Take Off Your Pants and Jacket, 2001)
All Of This (from Blink-182, 2003)
Boxing Day (from Dogs Eating Dogs EP, 2012)

Carousel (from Cheshire Cat, 1994)
Dammit (from Dude Ranch, 1997)
Family Reunion (from Short Music compilation, 1999)

Blink 182 will tour Australia as part of Soundwave and also play two sideshows in Melbourne in February 26 and 27 with The Vandals and Sharks.

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