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Vintage Footage of Travis Barker’s First Show with Blink-182 Uncovered

It’s hard to imagine Blink-182 without the iconic Travis Barker, which is probably why people often forget that the tatted-up drummer we all know and love didn’t join the band until ’98, nearly six years after the band was formed. A video clearly taken on a camcorder (remember those?) of Barker’s first live performance with the punk group has recently been uncovered and features the still baby-faced band crowd-diving, proudly announcing someone named Melissa gave them her “home phone number” (remember those, too?!) and one guy drumming his heart out in the back with what looks like only one chest tat! 

 

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