Blink-182 Tops Billboard 200 Chart With Reunion Album “One More Time”

Tom DeLonge with Blink 182
Tom DeLonge with Blink 182. Photo by Empics Ent/REX/Shutterstock (4927301e)

Blink-182 created a lot of buzz with their latest album One More Time… and this week’s Billboard 200 chart reflects its enormous success. The punk-rockers reached No. 1 in the US album with their reunion album, which marks their third chart-topping set.

One More Time… is Blink-182’s first album in seven years recorded by the band’s classic lineup, which includes drummer Travis Barker, vocalist/bassist Mark Hoppus, and guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge. The band overcame their lingering dispute following Hoppus’ cancer diagnosis in 2021 and DeLonge decided to rejoin them for the first time since 2015.

One More Time… was released on October 20 via Columbia Records, and it was met with largely positive reviews. Its release was preceded by several singles, including “Edging”, “One More Time” / “More Than You Know”, “Dance with Me”, “Fell in Love”, and “You Don’t Know What You’ve Got”.

One More Time… debuted atop the Billboard 200 during its first week on the chart, with 125,000 equivalent album units earned, including 101,000 in album sales, 23,000 in SEA units (equaling 30.19 million on-demand official), and 1,000 TEA units.

As for the rest of the Billboard 200 chart for this week, Drake’s For All the Dogs returned to No. 2 with 120,000 equivalent album units, while The Rolling Stones’ Hackney Diamonds debuted at No. 3.