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Blink-182 - Dude Ranch Album

Blink-182 - Dude Ranch Album

Performer: Blink-182
Title: Dude Ranch
Style: Punk
Released: 08 Dec 2016
Cat#: SRC078
Country: US
Label: SRC Vinyl, Geffen Records
Size MP3 version: 2003 mb
Size FLAC version: 2908 mb
Size WMA version: 2137 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 519
Genre: Rock

Blink-182 - Dude Ranch Album


2A New Hope3:45
6Apple Shampoo2:52
12I'm Sorry4:27
13Dick Lips2:57


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
111 624-2Blink-182 Dude Ranch ‎(CD, Album)MCA Records111 624-2US1997
111 624-4Blink 182 Dude Ranch ‎(Cass, Album)Universal, MCA Records111 624-4RussiaUnknown
MTS.016Blink-182 Dude Ranch ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE)Mightier Than Sword RecordsMTS.016USA & Canada2012
MB 121Blink-182 Dude Ranch ‎(Cass, Album, Unofficial)Music Box MB 121RussiaUnknown
MTS.016, Mightier Than Sword 016Blink 182 Dude Ranch ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat)Mightier Than Sword Records, Mightier Than Sword RecordsMTS.016, Mightier Than Sword 016US2010


  • Arranged ByBlink-182
  • Bass, VocalsMark Hoppus
  • DrumsScott Raynor
  • Guitar, VocalsTom DeLonge
  • Remastered ByKevin Gray


"SRCHIFI" audiophile release
Mastered for vinyl and lacquers created by Kevin Gray, Cohearent Audio
Gatefold Jacket and 11x11 insert


  • Barcode: 754220307455


Dude Ranch is the second studio album by American rock band Blink-182, released on June 17, 1997, by Cargo Music and MCA Records, making it their major record label debut. MCA signed the band in 1996 following moderate sales of their 1995 debut Cheshire Cat and their growing popularity in Australia. Dude Ranch was the band's final recording released on Cargo and the last to feature their full original lineup, as in 1998 drummer Scott Raynor was dismissed from the band. Dude Ranch. blink-182. Released June 17, 1997. Dude Ranch Tracklist. Pathetic Lyrics. The album went platinum in the U. Canada, and Australia. In 2007, popular American music magazine Alternative Press listed the album in the article Class of 1997: 10 Albums That Shaped the Punk of Today. Kerrang, a similar older-brother U. magazine to AP, ranked Dude Ranch 15 in The 51 Greatest Pop-Punk Albums Ever. This was also the last recording with drummer Scott Raynor, who was dismissed from the band in 1998. Dude Ranch Q&A. Listen free to blink-182 Dude Ranch Pathetic, Voyeur and more. 15 tracks 41:20. Dude Ranch is the second studio album by the American pop punk band Blink-182. It was the only Blink-182 album produced by Mark Trombino, and was released on June 17, 1997 through Cargo Music. MCA Records signed the band in 1998 to handle increased distribution for the album. It is a follow-up to their first album Cheshire Cat and this album was the last to feature Scott Raynor, who was replaced the following year with Travis Barker. Album 1997 15 Songs. Music Videos. More by blink-182. Enema of the State. Neighborhoods Deluxe. On their third album, Dude Ranch, blink-182 follow in the same path as their first two, turning out 15 tracks of juvenile, adrenaline-fueled punk-pop. Some listeners will find their potty humor Dick Lips somewhat irritating, but the group has written some surprisingly catchy hooks, which might win over skeptics. The songwriting is still a little uneven, but overall, Dude Ranch is an improvement over their first album, Cheshire Cat. Blink 182 : Dude Ranch,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Blink 182 Dude Ranch 1997. Pathetic 2. Voyeur 3. Dammit 4. Boring 5. Dick Lips 6. Waggy 7. Enthused 8. Untitled 9. Apple Shampoo 12. A New Hope 15. I'm sorry -. Intro E- B-5-7-0-0-0-. How to play Dude Ranch. Report bad tab. Line 6 Giveaway. All artists. a b C D e f g h I j k L M n o p q r s t u V w X y z. Music Supply. This item:Dude Ranch by blink-182 Audio CD . Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Enema Of The State by blink-182 Audio CD . In Stock. Ships from and sold by . Cheshire Cat by blink-182 Audio CD . Ships from and sold by RAREWAVES-IMPORTS. Verified Purchase. Fantastic album, Blink 182's best, it's raw, it's punk and a great listen, love everyone of the tracks but my standouts are Dammit, Dick Lips, Josie and I'm Sorry. Read more


Yep, great sounding pressing, as with the other SRC reissues I have. Still, I would have gone with orange or light blue for this pressing - I don't understand why they would make it red, especially since their Enema of the State reissue is available on that colour, and it fits that album's colour scheme.
I just compared the black deluxe with this and there is virtually no difference, but i have to admit that this one has more surface noise, i guess virgin vinyl is just miles better to press. Still the greatest hits songs that appear in this are miles and leaps ahead, if you get the chance, compare them, thank me later.
can anyone check if on their copy around when the solo of a new hope is playing the volume drops a notch and then comes back a few seconds later.
Quiet, flat pressing....destroys all those Hot Toppic re issues. If you want decent sound?....get one of these. If you want something pretty to hang on a wall? Get the hot toppic pressings.
I can't discuss this. I own a HT pressing of this album and it sounds like shit. Lots of surface noise, clicks and pops and the pressing at Union makes it worse. I wasn't paying attention back then when i bought it but lesson learned. I own Enema and it sounds amazing (SRC version)
My hot topic pressing sounds like shit, its the 2009 First pressing on clear and brown splattered Vinyl.
sorry for old reply. i was saying the hot topic pressings sound like a turd compared to these SRC pressings. with this pressing, regardless of colour sound so awesome the more you crank that volume knob so high :).
not sure if you were describing the hot topic re issues at first but i do think this one sounds slightly quiet, i have to go like 30% louder (tho volume is exponential?) than with other albums that i have so that it sounds around the same volume, it anyway sounds correctly remastered in every other regard, basically no surface noise, good pressing in general. The red is still really nice to look at, though maybe an orange or gray color would have been more ad hoc, i would totes show it off to friends.
This is a great sounding Vinyl, it sounds a lot better than the CD.
Yeah. The CD is terrible and doesn't have much dynamics.