1.Reunited and It Feels So Good

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Pop-punk heroes Blink-182 played a secret show Thursday night in Los Angeles, their first gig since announcing their reunion at the Grammys in February. "Hello!" yelled bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus from a stage at Los Angeles' Paramount Pictures lot. "This is our first show together after four years of hating each other's guts!" Read SPIN's full review here.

Reporting by Liam Gowing

2.Reunited and It Feels So Good

2/11

Pop-punk heroes Blink-182 played a secret show Thursday night in Los Angeles, their first gig since announcing their reunion at the Grammys in February. "Hello!" yelled bassist/vocalist Mark Hoppus from a stage at Los Angeles' Paramount Pictures lot. "This is our first show together after four years of hating each other's guts!" Read SPIN's full review here.

Reporting by Liam Gowing

3.In Your Face!

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Blink-182 were billed as a "surprise guest" alongside Weezer and Blink drummer Travis Barker's collaboration with DJ AM, TRVSDJAM. But when the trio took the stage, the crowd went absolutely crazy! Pictured: guitarist Tom DeLonge

4.Quash the Beef

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The band, which split acrimoniously in 2005, have finally set aside their differences -- and the real rapprochement came on Dude Ranch's "Dammit." "I've been here for too long to face this on my own," Hoppus sang. "Well, I guess this is growing up."

5.Healed Wounds

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The band first reconnected last fall after drummer Travis Barker was nearly killed in a fiery plane crash. Read about the wreck here.

6.Peace Out!

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After the show, Hoppus wrote to his blog: "To be honest, it was one of the best nights of my life. Thanks to Travis and Tom. You are my brothers, and it feels amazing to share the stage with you once again."

7."Feeling This"

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Hoppus and Blink-182 played three songs, including "Feeling This" from their last album, 2003's Blink-182.

8.Rock God

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Guitarist Tom DeLonge assumes the position.

9.Weezin' the Juice

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Weezer opened the show. Here, frontman Rivers Cuomo leads his band in a cover of MGMT's "Kids."

10.Up Close and Personal

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Cuomo played lead singer all night, leaving his guitar duties to drummer Pat Wilson. Devo/Gn'R/NIN sticksman Josh Freese filled in on the skins.

11.TRVSDJAM

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DJ AM, a.k.a. Adam Goldstein, and Barker got the crowd warmed up for Blink's reunion performance.