Blink-182 ‎– Dude Ranch

Universal Music Special Markets ‎– B0013811-01, Geffen Records ‎– B0013811-01
Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Limited Edition, Orange Translucent


A1 Pathetic
A2 Voyeur
A3 Dammit
A4 Boring
A5 Dick Lips
A6 Waggy
A7 Enthused
A8 Untitled
B1 Apple Shampoo
B2 Emo
B3 Josie
B4 A New Hope
B5 Degenerate
B6 Lemmings
B7 I'm Sorry


Similar to the reissue of Enema of the State (non MTS pressings, that is), these were released at Hot Topic in 2009-2010. Gatefold jacket (lyrics included), orange translucent vinyl.

MTS pressed an orange translucent version of their release the same year, but those instead are on a orange/light blue label. These LP releases replicate the original CD disc design (the revolver chamber). As far as I know, these were limited to 2,000 copies.

Also interesting to note, this is the first version of Dude Ranch to include a Parental Advisory logo. The original CD/cassette/vinyl release didn't include one either (not surprising, Blink were still on Cargo Music at the time, and indie bands are far more likely to fly under the radar with language and not obtain a Parental Advisory). Some MTS presses contain a sticker version of the logo, on the left side. The logo here is on the right.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 602527276595

Other Versions (5 of 58) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
111 624-2 Blink-182 Dude Ranch(CD, Album) MCA Records 111 624-2 US 1997 Sell This Version
111 624-4 Blink 182* Dude Ranch(Cass, Album) Universal, MCA Records 111 624-4 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
MTS.016 Blink-182 Dude Ranch(LP, Album, RE, Ltd) Mightier Than Sword Records MTS.016 USA & Canada 2012 Sell This Version
MB 121 Blink-182 Dude Ranch(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Music Box (16) MB 121 Russia Unknown Sell This Version
MTS.016, Mightier Than Sword 016 Blink 182* Dude Ranch(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gat) Mightier Than Sword Records, Mightier Than Sword Records MTS.016, Mightier Than Sword 016 US 2010 Sell This Version



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October 27, 2017
Interesting that perhaps the first LP I ever bought, on a whim from Hot Topic, was actually a relatively limited release and is now my second-highest valued record. Good stuff.