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Hoppus penned the record's lead single "Dammit (Growing Up)" which became a nationwide rock radio hit single as the band toured on the Vans Warped Tour. Blink-182 produced several indie recordings and toured exhaustively before signing to major label MCA to co-distribute their sophomore effort 1997's Dude Ranch which featured the Hoppus-penned hit "Dammit". We were up skateboarding until late hours of the morning antagonizing security guards and we were just always having fun.
Two more records followed—the heavier Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001) and the more experimental Blink-182 (2003)—before the band split in 2005 following internal tension. After moving to San Diego in 1992 Hoppus' sister introduced him to Tom DeLonge and with drummer Scott Raynor the band formed Blink-182. Hoppus hosted a weekly podcast in 2005 and 2006 and hosted his own television talk show Hoppus on Music from 2010 to 2012 on Fuse.