Who does Blink-182 parody in all the small things?
Music video It features the trio doing parodies of other popular boy-bands such as Backstreet Boys (most famously the “I Want It That Way” video), 98 Degrees, and NSYNC. The video also feature parodies of Britney Spears’ “Sometimes”, and Christina Aguilera’s “Genie in a Bottle” video.
Who does vocals on all the small things?
All the Small Things/Artists
What music videos does all the small things parody?
All the Small Things parodies various pop videos produced by a number of artists such as the Backstreet Boys (“I Want It That Way”), ‘N Sync (“Tearin’ Up My Heart”), 98 Degrees, Sugar Ray, Britney Spears (“Sometimes”), Westlife, Christina Aguilera (“Genie in a Bottle”), Ricky Martin and Five.
Why does Blink-182 not play Adam’s song?
Legacy. The band retired the song in 2009 after the death of Adam Goldstein, best known as DJ AM, a close personal friend of Barker and of the band. Hoppus noted that he could not bring himself to perform the tune, believing it to be “too hard”.
Who is the singer of Blink 182 song All the Small Things?
Blink-182 founder Tom DeLonge wrote this song with bassist/singer Mark Hoppus. DeLonge wrote this song about his then-girlfriend and eventual wife, Jenna Jenkins. His anecdotes—like the one about her leaving flowers on the stairs, are actually true.
What does Tom from Blink 182 believe in?
Tom is totally, 100 percent faithful to his girlfriend. He’s pretty straightforward: He hangs out with his girlfriend, and he believes in aliens. It was the last song the pop punk trio recorded for their third album Enema of the State and was one of three singles from the album that launched them into mainstream success.
When did all the Small Things video come out?
The music video for “All The Small Things” premiered on YouTube on July 15, 2010. The video was filmed in June 2010. The video is inspired by the original video by Blink-182, parodying popular music videos that have been seen worldwide.
Who is the lead singer of Blink 182?
Blink-182 founder Tom DeLonge wrote this song with bassist/singer Mark Hoppus. DeLonge wrote this song about his then-girlfriend and eventual wife, Jenna Jenkins. His… Read More The Section Header button breaks up song sections.