|Recorded||1993 at Double Time Studios in San Diego, California|
|Genre||Skate punk, punk rock|
|Produced by||Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, Scott Raynor|
Buddha is the third and final demo, it was self-produced by the band, and was released in 1993 through Filter Records. It contains songs from Blink-182’s earlier demos and from their debut album Cheshire Cat. The album was one of the few Blink-182 albums released with the band name as Blink. An album entitled Buddha Promo was also released, but it is believed to be unofficial and fan-made.
It is currently the only Blink-182 demo commercially available and sold. It was originally released on cassette, and a remastered version was released through Kung-Fu Records on October 27, 1998 with a slightly different track listing. This version uses the corrected name Blink-182.
Track listingEditAll songs written and composed by Mark Hoppus, Tom DeLonge, and Scott Raynor, except where noted.
|6.||"Romeo and Rebecca"||DeLonge||2:34|
|10.||"Point of View"||DeLonge||1:11|
|11.||"My Pet Sally"||DeLonge||1:36|
|13.||"Toast and Bananas"||DeLonge||2:33|
|14.||"The Family Next Door" (Blink-182, Brian Casper)||DeLonge/Hoppus||1:47|
- Note: tracks 9, 14 and 15 do not appear on the remastered version.