Down The Bunny Hole 10: What Isn’t my MH London

Old Song, Packie – What’s My Age Again? from Enema of the State
New Song, Zach – MH 4.18.2011 from Neighborhoods
AVA Song, Packie – Young London from LOVE pt. I
+44 Song, Zach – No, It Isn’t from When Your Heart Stops Beating

Welcome one and all to our first special episode of Down the Bunny Hole! In today’s episode, the boys make good on their claim that every 10 episode will include two extra songs from subsequent project bands! Tune in to hear the boys break down not only a couple Blink songs, but an AVA and +44 song as well!

Further on down, Packie and Zach share a bond through a previous encounter with a stomach related illness after Packie states that he can’t have caffeine. Surrounding this tidbit, they discuss a few of Blink’s latest goings on (at least from 3 weeks ago) and any news related thereto. After that, Packie reveals that the day of this recording marked the 2 year anniversary of his Angels & Airwaves tattoo! Be sure to check our Facebook Page to see a photo of what he calls his “Little Black Dark Scar.”

As our hosts begin to break down their respective songs, Packie has a brain fart and can’t seem to remember that he was supposed to pick a Blink 182 song. Join in and let us all laugh at his flubs.

All this and more can be heard in this very special episode of Down the Bunny Hole!

Down The Bunny Hole 9: Enthused On The Dance Floor

Old Song, Zach – Enthused from Dude Ranch
New Song, Packie – Ghost on the Dance Floor from Neighborhoods

Welcome boys and girls and trannies alike to yet another episode of Down the Bunny Hole! In today’s episode, Zach finally gets his Angels and Airwaves Gold Package vinyls! Come bask in the glory with them as they revel in it’s…glory…fuck. However! There seems to be an item missing from the package that was supposed to be sent by the band. Oh no! Tune in to find out exactly what that may be.

This, of course, leads down the vinyl Bunny Hole that our boys know and love. Packie and Zach discuss their affinity for the analog age and what kind of set up that Zach has at his disposal.

You won’t believe it, but as the boys venture down, they discuss a bit about one of their *favorite* stores. Alongside this, a nice tidbit is shared about the late great George Carlin and all his fucking wisdom.

More on down, the boys discuss punk vs pop vs pop punk and into which category the Blink boys fit.

Lastly, the much brought up Blink topic: Tom’s singing voice.

Tune in with Packie and Zach for all this and more as they journey Down the Bunny Hole!

Down the Bunny Hole 8: Asthem+ms

Old Song, Packie – M+Ms from Cheshire Cat
New Song, Zach – Asthenia from the Eponymous Album

Hello fellow Bunny Hole Dwellers! Welcome, yet again, to another stirring episode of Down the Bunny Hole! In today’s episode, Zach and Packie talk about the beauty of vinyl records and how the Enema of the State vinyl has a small error on it during the song “What’s My Age Again?” The good news is that Packie finally caved and has begun spiraling down the Bunny Hole that is vinyl. The bad news is, Zach had a rather shitty experience at the local Hot Topic store. What is this experience, you ask? Well, you’ll just have to tune in to find out!

Further on Down, the boys discuss the goods and bads of social networking. This incoherently segues right into Zach’s awesome story about sharing +44 with a brokenhearted coworker. Then, in the traditional vein of the Bunny Hole itself, our hosts discuss a couple different articles that were centered around Blink 182. One of them being why the author feels that Blink 182 should go on hiatus again. The second article is an interview with Tom DeLonge about To The Stars and the next Angels and Airwaves album. Juicy, juicy, juicy!

As the journey continues, the boys do their thing where they break down the songs of Blink! Tune in to hear their thoughts and musings on the two songs that they chose for this weeks episode! Stay tuned as they go on further to discuss a few songs upon which  the members of Blink have individually featured!

All this and so much more as we take a trip Down the Bunny Hole!

Down the Bunny Hole 7: Give Me Peggy Sue

Old Song, Zach: Peggy Sue from Cheshire Cat
New Song, Packie: Give Me One Good Reason from Take Off Your Pants and Jacket

 
Welcome one and all to another edition of Down the Bunny Hole with Packie and Zach! In today’s episode, Packie reveals his latest domestic acquisition in the form of a little furry friend! Be sure to check the notes below for a photo or two of the little ball of mischief aptly named Loki.

Further on down the proverbial tunnel of the hare, Zach shares with us the celebration of the 15th anniversary of Enema of the State! The boys take a short trip down memory lane, reminiscing about 1999, the year that album was released, and how it affected their lives at that age with the hot nurse on the cover. Later on in the discussion, our hosts break down just how much of a change Travis really brought to the band.

More on down the hole, the boys vent their irritation with a certain a Top Ten List that Packie brought to the table. Inspiring such an endeavor to work on and release their own Top Ten list that will involve more than just tracks with commercial success. Be sure to stay tuned for that! In the midst of breaking down their respective song choices, our half-witted hosts realize that they inadvertently both chose songs that are somewhat presented as a big middle finger to the establishment that governs our societal means. Amazing the reaction when it’s discovered how this happened by accident.

So, be sure to tune in and hear all the juicy goodness that entails whilst one journeys Down the Bunny Hole!

 

Oh, and here is Loki!

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Down The Bunny Hole 6: Down Syndrome

Zach’s Blink Song – Down from the Eponymous Album
Packie’s Blink Song – Stockholm Syndrome from the Eponymous Album

Zach’s Boxcar Racer Song – There Is
Packie’s Boxcar Racer Song – Letters to God Pt. 1

Welcome to another edition of Down the Bunny Hole! In today’s madness, the boys switch up the format for the day and bring you this special edition of DTBH! Further on down, Zach finally receives his Enema vinyl and has a few more on the way!

As our hosts break down their songs, they discuss the shift between Take Off and the Self-Titled album and how Boxcar Racer may have played a role in said shift. It turns out, both our illustrious Hole dwellers grew up right along with these albums! Thus inspiring so many memories, which led to even more inspired tattoos!

So strap in and strap on as you journey with us Down the Bunny Hole.

Down the Bunny Hole 5: Overnight Man

Old Song, Packie – Man Overboard from The Mark, Tom, and Travis Show
New Song, Zach – After Midnight from Neighborhoods

Welcome one and all to yet another episode of Down the Bunny Hole with Packie and Zach! In today’s episode, the boys celebrate the launch of the very podcast to which you are currently listening! If that doesn’t stick a dick in your brain, then just wait and see what they come up with next. Upon further traversals down the proverbial hole, the boys discuss the age of a certain TangentBound Network manager, Zach’s book on friendship titled “Resentment”, and the proper etiquette for approaching things you love.

First up on the agenda, the guys talk a bit about Zach’s vinyl collection and if you listen close enough, you can almost hear Packie drooling at the idea of one day procuring his own. Next up down the hole, they talk about the Mark Hoppus AMA on Reddit and discuss some of the different answers that Mark had given a couple years back. Further on down, Zach reveals that in terms of their abilities to take away from each song how they do, Zach would be the Tom and Packie would be the Mark. This may prove beneficial someday in the future! Just you wait and see. Next up, aside from the weekly breakdown of the individual songs, our hosts discuss their methods for creating and covering the music they know and love. Lastly, this weeks show us tied up with a nicely drawn bow in regards to some solid back and forth about the various relationships in the lives of Zach and Packie.

Oh! And GO JOIN THE PODSORTIUM!

Down The Bunny Hole 4: Aliens Disaster

Old Song, Zach: Aliens Exist from Enema of the State
New Song, Packie: Disaster from Dogs Eating Dogs

Welcome, yet again, to another edition of Down the Bunny Hole! Today we bring you episode #4 and to start our weekly excursion down the proverbial hole, we find that Packie has made himself a fantastic purchase! What might that be, you ask? Well, you’ll just have to tune in to find out. Further on down, we hear Zach and Packie express their heartfelt joy for finding a kindred spirit in all things Blink, shortly thereafter followed by a being set in place the official parameters for the breaking down of the old and new songs.

As we travel further down, the boys discuss the true beauty of vinyl records, more information on Atom Willard’s 2012 departure from Angels and Airwaves, and the inactivity of Modlife.com. Then, of course, the guys break down their individual songs choices for this weeks breaking down Blink segment and go into detail as to just why they happened to choose those songs specifically.

So tune in this week to find out just how far down we can go. You’ll get a bit of insight, some good referrals of music, and even some talks of Aliens! What more could you possibly want when you stumble on Down the Bunny Hole.

Down The Bunny Hole 3: Wasting You

Old Song, Packie: Wasting Time
New Song, Zach: I Miss you
Welcome to episode #3! In today’s episode, Packie and Zach delve so deep down the Bunny Hole, that they realize that one day, the’ll be podcasting straight from Hell! At least we’ll all be in good company, right? On their way down, they discuss time travelers on Twitter, the Bible being a shitty excuse for anything, and setting the bar low each and every time.

As they finally begin to circle their thoughts, they come to realize that Blink is their own personal D&D; their right and proper nerding out. This segues nicely into breaking down their two chosen songs as well as one bonus one with a legit explanation as to why it was written!

So, come on in! Join our illustrious, semi-retarded hosts as they traverse up, down, and all around the proverbial Bunny Hole!

Down The Bunny Hole 2: Dammit All Night

Old Song, Zach: Dammit
New Song, Packie: Up All Night

Join Packie and Zach as they venture further down the bunny hole! In today’s episode, we learn about the origins of both AVA’s first album and Packie’s mysterious names. Are they related? Tune in to find out! As the episode progresses, they discuss the infusion of rap/hip-hop with Blink as well as references to them in other music.

Further on down the hole, our hosts talk about the different Angels & Airwaves Gold Packages, Blink’s unique way of recording their music, the progression of Tom’s voice via the years of singing Carousel, and Mark’s new band Nothing and Nobody.

Lastly, check out this sweet picture Zach took at a previous Blink concert!

 

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Down The Bunny Hole 1: Dick Day

Welcome to the first episode of the only podcast to take on the task, not lightly either, of breaking down the music of blink-182.

In this episode your hosts Packie and Zach pick one song each, one newer song and one older song.

Zach’s pick: ‘Boxing Day’ from the EP ‘Dogs Eating Dogs’

Packie’s pick: ‘Dick Lips’ from the album ‘Dude Ranch’

Enjoy