What's My Age Again?
Blink-182
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Supervision Recommended
Information
Released 1999
Genre Punk
Language English
Source Downloadable song
also in Unplugged
also in Reloaded
Playable in
Rock Band
Rock Band 2
Rock Band 3
Rock Band Blitz
Rock Band Reloaded
Difficulty
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Basic Pro
Guitar 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Bass 1Fcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png 2Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Drums 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Keys NoNo Part NoNo Part
Vocals 0UFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png 0UFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Difficulty (in Rock Band Reloaded)
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Guitar 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Bass 1Fcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Drums 3Fcircle.pngFcircle.pngFcircle.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Vocals 0UFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.pngUFCirlce.png
Details
Male singer
Guitar Solo
3-part Harmonies



"What's My Age Again?" is a song by Blink-182 which was inspired by blink bass player Mark Hoppus, who was often told (usually by women) that he was immature. By the end of the song, the meaning becomes clear: It's OK, you shouldn't care what people think of you. (thanks, tanner - Bakersfield, CA)

The original title was "Peter Pan Complex," but their record company (MCA) changed it during production because they thought the audience wouldn't understand (a "Peter Pan Complex" describes someone who doesn't want to grow up). The band was not happy with this decision. (thanks, Chuck - South Berwick, ME)

In the video, the band members are naked and causing all kinds of mischief. Adult film star Janine Lindemulder also appears in the video. (thanks, Donovan Berry - El Dorado, AR)

Mark Hoppus' band +44 sometimes covered this song when they toured. (thanks, Gabe - Borger, TX)

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