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  • Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    Kung Fu records is proud to be home of Blink 182's very first album "Buddha". This is the record that Mark and Tom used to sell on cassette (themselves!) at their merchandise booth at their earliest shows in San Diego, California.

    The Vandals met Blink 182 at a show they both played with Unwritten Law many years ago. Mark, Tom, and then drummer Scotty, were impossible not to get along with and so The Vandals started putting Blink on a lot of Vandals shows to help Blink break out beyond the San Diego punk scene. Other bands like Pennywise and NOFX were also doing this because everyone liked these guys. Blink later rewarded The Vandals' label with Buddha which, as you can imagine, is Kung Fu records' biggest seller.

    Buddha's rough and punk yet cute - and sometimes really funny - material, provides an early window into what we now know as a world wide phenomena.

    From allmusic.com
    .... Blink-182's first album, Buddha, may be a little generic, but it's nevertheless a solid skatepunk record that illustrates the group's flair for speedy, catchy hooks and irreverent humor. There are a few weak cuts, but on the whole, it's a promising debut.
    Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

    Includes unlimited streaming of Buddha via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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    ships out within 3 days

      $16 USD

     

  • Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    Kung Fu records is proud to be home of Blink 182's very first album "Buddha". This is the record that Mark and Tom used to sell on cassette (themselves!) at their merchandise booth at their earliest shows in San Diego, California.

    The Vandals met Blink 182 at a show they both played with Unwritten Law many years ago. Mark, Tom, and then drummer Scotty, were impossible not to get along with and so The Vandals started putting Blink on a lot of Vandals shows to help Blink break out beyond the San Diego punk scene. Other bands like Pennywise and NOFX were also doing this because everyone liked these guys. Blink later rewarded The Vandals' label with Buddha which, as you can imagine, is Kung Fu records' biggest seller.

    Buddha's rough and punk yet cute - and sometimes really funny - material, provides an early window into what we now know as a world wide phenomena.

    From allmusic.com
    .... Blink-182's first album, Buddha, may be a little generic, but it's nevertheless a solid skatepunk record that illustrates the group's flair for speedy, catchy hooks and irreverent humor. There are a few weak cuts, but on the whole, it's a promising debut.
    Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine

    Includes unlimited streaming of Buddha via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more
    ships out within 3 days

      $11 USD

     

  • Cassette + Digital Album

    These things are awesome! Are we crazy? Are you crazy? People are demanding the warm sound of an analog cassette and we are delivering! These are not leftovers from a bygone era. These are brand new, state of the art, cassettes manufactured "just a couple days ago!" The street date is August 15, 2014 but you are going to get yours now. We have them! Walkman not included.

    Includes unlimited streaming of Buddha via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ships out within 3 days

      $9 USD

     

lyrics

At the risk of sounding rude
Just who the fuck do you think you are
To tell me what you expect of me today?

Well, you can take your attitude
You're out of luck, you've gone way too far
If you think there's any chance I'm gonna stay

How long can I string you along?
How little of myself can I give
And still make you believe I care?

At the risk of sounding trite
Why the fuck do you think you're right
About every little thing that you say?

And do you think that it is right
For Tom to spend another night
Writing songs about all the people he thinks are gay?

How long can I string you along?
How little of myself can I give
And still make you believe I care?

How long can I string you along
How little of myself can I give
And still make you believe I care?

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from Buddha, released February 6, 2014

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