blink-182 fans with an affinity for streaming services will now be able to relish in the glory days of blink once more. The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!) has reappeared on streaming services.

The iconic 1999 live record features material from the band’s first three records, Cheshire Cat, Dude Ranch, and Enema Of The State. Most importantly, it features the inimitable adlib banter between Mark Hoppus and Tom Delonge.

Relive the record in all its glory below.

Listen: The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!)

If that doesn’t satiate your desire for the golden era of blink, back in August, Angels and Airwaves played their first live show since 2012. The band performed a sold-out gig at Belly Up in San Diego, almost seven years to the day of their last live performance.

The monolithic performance saw the band rip through a blistering performance of 22 songs, marking the debut for six of those tracks.

DeLonge must have been feeling particularly generous that evening because he treated the audience to a medley of a selection of his finest offerings from blink-182 and Boxcar Racer. At the tail end of the set, DeLonge whipped out an acoustic guitar and made his way through a medley of blink-182’s ‘I Miss You’ and ‘Aliens Exist’, and sprinkled in a touch of ‘There Is’ by Boxcar Racer.