Joey Cape (Lagwagon) and Noodles (The Offspring) talking about blink-182's "Enema Of The State"

Joey Cape, frontman of Lagwagon, remarked that "They were selling, like, 90,000 records a day [...] I was saying things like, 'What are you doing here? Go home! Why do you want to be on tour with Lagwagon right now?"
At a show shortly following the release of the album, blink-182's Tom DeLonge was approached by Noodles from The Offspring to congratulate him. "He looks at me right in the eyes and he goes, 'You're next,'" remembered DeLonge, who blushed and shook off the compliment.