Drummer Plays Entire Blink-182 Anthology in 5 Minutes (video)
Say it ain't so! YouTube drummer extraordinaire Kye Smith has taken on Blink-182's entire discography of music, from 1995's Cheshire Cat to their latest 2011 release Neighborhoods, in one seriously epic medley which you can check out above.
Switching songs every measure, Smith blasts his way through 63 Blink songs in less than 5 minutes—and we're definitely feeling this. With every song having a different tempo, it's anyone's guess as to how he can keep a consistent beat for every track.
For those less acquainted with Blink's early toilet humour-filled garage-punk records, Smith makes his way to the classic Enema of the State album at the 1:35 mark, which has jams everyone can recognize like "What's My Age Again?" and "All the Small Things."
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