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The most punk pop movie of all time
Pop punk was the last moment of glory for the generation that grew up on skateboards, Playstation 1 and music videos on TRL. Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys, Oasis, Eminem. And then Blink 182, Sum 41, Nachwuchs, Green Day; those pop-punk groups that had nothing to do with punk except technical approach, but that made them feel different, tough, with their boisterous image.
The videos themselves made a contribution: destructive, loud and sometimes serious, videos in which it was easy to identify. Descendants belong to the "conscious" edge of pop-punk, which comes from the actual punk (the volume) exists since 1984. AMERICA (1998) is the recording of the balance between punk roots and pop sound dimension, refined and calming.
It' s mainly the album of The Kids Aren't Alright, a key track of the Offspring hybrid era. Published in 1999, the film is part of every teenager's fantasy from the 90s. To free them and feel good again, these guys will take care of the blinking, but they will also make them a little "ebeti".
From 1999 to 2002, Blinink 182 was a success that many bands dream of throughout their career. The Enema of the State (1999) and Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) led to them becoming top performers in the pop punk scene (selling nearly 30 million copies for the two albums' combo) and taking over Master Green Day.
The musical idea of Blink is very simple and inimitable: teenage lyrics, catchy melodies, sex and love treated with amused sincerity. The All the Small Things, a single released in early 2000, is a masterpiece of blink poetry, including visual. Hoppus, DeLonge and Barker are descendants of the most cultivated offspring and take every claim to seriousness away from them.
The squint, without having been a bridge to Generation X like the descendants, had a socio-cultural raison d'être. In voices, instruments and cafés they were the embodiment of well-being at the beginning of the millennium, a time of light-heartedness in which the musical audience wanted us to talk about it: light-heartedness.
Sum is the swan chant of Battle Pop Punk, with the title of the most famous album Does This Look Infected? album. The pearl of Sum's discography and pop punk is The Hell song - released as a single in 2003 - a track that mixes Green Day and Blink suggestions with some fanatics stiff.
It looks like a farewell party, a big party before the last farewell. Not a small detail: The fans are, like every character that can be seen in the movie, puppets that are stretched by the same members of the group. The opportunity is tempting to plunge into a carousel of the pop-naerd universe of the 90s: from Metallica to Osbournes, from Spice Girls to George W. Bush escapes nothing of a centrifugal production, to say the least.
As for the story, the story couldn't end otherwise: with the Sum-Pupazzetti helicopter that was destroyed after a flight out of the window.