The songs by blink-182 sung by Mark are:
TV, Strings, Fentoozler, Time,Sometimes, The Girl Next door, M+Ms, Cacophony, Wasting time, Dammit, Waggy, Apple Shampoo, Emo, Josie, A New hope, Lemmings, Don't leave me, Going away to college, What's my age again?, Adam's song, The party song, Wendy Clear, Man Overboard, Family reunion, Online songs, Happy holidays you bastard, The Rock Show, Roller Coaster, Everytime I look for you, Shut up, Mother's day, Grandpa Is An Asshole, Stockholm Syndrome, Go, Here's Your Letter
Songs sung by Mark with Tom:
Feeling This, I Miss You, Easy Target
Mark's hair is purple in the music video for Josie.
(+44)'s song 155 is titled so because the song is 155 beats per minute.
Mark used to write different messages on his amps with white duct tape. Well known messages were "I have no idea where I am" and "hi mom". Once he even wrote a message to his wife Skye Lee after they had been fighting over who loved the other more. He wrote "I love you More"
Mark's very first band Pier 69 did covers of The Cure songs.
Fans first thought (+44)'s album was titled Little Death.
(+44)'s song Lycanthrope is featured on the video game Tony Hawk's Project 8.
(+44) song No It Isn't has that name because everytime that someone asked if the song was directed to Tom DeLonge (which is), Mark would reply "No, It Isn't"
Mark's favorite blink-182 song is Don't Leave Me.
(+44)'s new album is titled When Your Heart Stops Beating.
Mark's band (+44)'s first single is When Your Heart Stops Beating.
The song Apple Shampoo was written about Mark's ex-girlfriend who used apple shampoo.
Mark provided backing vocals on MxPx's eighth studio album Panic for the song Wrecking Hotel Rooms.
Mark provided vocals on the Boxcar Racer song Elevator.
When the band first started playing gigs, Mark was working at a record store. When he knew the band would be gigging every weekend, he quit his record store job.
Mark originally wanted to become a High School English teacher, he says he loves to read.
Mark's parents divorced when he was 14.
Mark likes brightly-colored guitars because he says he won't lose them in the snow.
Mark: I'm not afraid of bees... AH! A BEE!
Mark played bass on the new found glory song called "Sticks and Stones."
Mark used to manage a band called Fenix*Tx but after the popularity of the blink-182 album "Enema of the State," he had to quit the band. The name of the band can also be featured in the Blink 182 video for Man Overboard near the ending when they arrive at the club entitled Fenix*Tx
He has a customized bass called the Mark Hoppus Fender Bass. It is a hybrid of P-Bass and Jazz Bass.
Mark's favorite movies are the Star Wars movies.
He co-wrote "the rest of my life" be less then jake.
Mark made an appearence on The Ataris — Look Forward to Failure (1998), vocals on "My So-called Life".
Mark is the oldest of his former band blink 182.
Early in his carrer he used Ernie Ball Music Man basses and sometimes he is seen using Fender basses.
Mark appears in Simple Plan's video "I'd Do Anything".
Mark co-owns the clothing line Atticus. He also co-owns Macbeth.
Mark claims to believe in unicorns.
Mark met Tom Delonge throught his sister Anne Hoppus who met Tom when she overheard him making a hillarious prank phone call to a doctor's office.
Mark played in two bands called Pier 69 and The Attic Children before starting blink 182.
Mark got his first bass by helping his father paint his house.
Mark's new groupe will release their debut album on Interscope records
The name (+44) is a reference to the international dialing code for the United Kingdom.
Mark's full name is Markus Allan Hoppus.
Mark is currently in a band called Plus 44 with fellow Blink 182 drummer Travis Barker.
Mark's father makes bombs for a living.
His favourite song on the album Take Off Your Pants and Jacket is The Rock Show.
Mark's full name is Markus Allan Hoppus.
Mark eats his cereal with water.
In an interview on the show Love Line, Mark described sex as "A race to orgasm and so far he is undefeated."
He's currently living in LA (2006).
He met Tom Delonge because he was friends with his sister. He always complained of wanting a band and she introduced him to Tom. Mark tried to impress Tom by jumping off a post but he broke his ankles.
Blink 182 discography:
Cheshire Cat (1995)
Dude Ranch (1997)
Enema of the (Pro)State (1999)
Mark, Tom and Travis Show: The Enema Strikes Back (2000)
Take Off Your Pants and Jacket (2001)
Blink 182 (2003)
Greatest Hits (2005)
He had his son Jack Hoppus on August the 5th 2002.
Him, Tom and Travis play right at the beginning of American Pie 2 where the logo suddenly shows up. That song that plays is also on their 2001 CD, "Take Off Your Pants and Jacket" and it is called Everytime i look for you.
Appeared in the last episode of "Haunted" that aired on UPN.
Mark: If I were a girl, I'd fake an orgasm everytime I went to the gynecologist.
Mark: If at first you don't succeed, pay someone else to do it for you.
Mark: Remember to eat, sleep, and blink!
Mark: Farts and poop are still funny and will always be funny.
Mark: (about (+44)) The sound of (+44) is still developing right now. Right now to me it sounds like punk rock meets '80s synth rock, meets... all different kind of influences are in there. I mean, there are songs where it's like a hip hop beat with electric guitar over it or like a really trance-y beat with keyboards on top of that, and some are just straight forward rock songs.
Mark: Lets hear it for blow jobs, everyone.
Mark: A lot of guys like to fantasize about having sex with 2 girls at the same time... I like to fantasize about having sex with the same girl twice, thank you!
Mark: Travis wears Victoria's Secret vanilla perfume. He is seriously the best-smelling dude in the band. Tom and I used to make fun of him 'cause he always burns candles and incense, but we stopped because we relized we like the scent.
(Joking when being asked about the meaning of "Dammit" video)
Mark: The concept of this video is that we found out a way to clone dinosaurs, and we store them in bugs.
(Talking with a fan)
Mark: Why are you in love with me? Do you have a thing for ugly, fat, disgusting guys?
One of Kari's (Tom's sister)friends: No, I have a thing for cute, talented guys.
Mark: Oh, then you should like Travis.
(Mark talks about the Meet and Greet)
Mark: It's the most creepy part of being in a band, it's called meet & greet... Meet & creep! Then we just move this way... slowly.
Mark: You never find anything better than to go home!
Mark: Make yourself do something stupid so when you really do something stupid you won't feel so bad.
(When is mother started to sing the blink song Transvestite, to show that he knew all the blink songs)
Mark: See, my mom sings about transvestites! I'm not the crazy one!
Mark: We've done the same things that we were doing in the beginning, and we never wanted our band to stay small. I mean, we want our band to be as big as it can, and I'm not going to die wondering about some kid that calls us a sell-out at a show. I don't have a problem being on MTV, and I don't have a problem being on the radio. I actually like it. So there. And anyone that calls me a sellout is just jealous.
(Before starting a show)
Some guy: Mark, any last words before your show?
Mark: The last thing I wanna do tonight is a show. I just wanna go home.
Some guy: Dude, that's what you said last night!
Mark: That's what I say every night.
Mark: Hard work, studying and perseverance will get you no where in life... it's all about kissing ass.
Mark: I think age is just a stupid number.
Mark: (about Take Off Your Pants And Jacket) I think this record's gonna probably sell five or six records...
Mark: To sum up Tom in one word would be: feminine.
Mark: I once tried to start a nudist colony in our bus, and it pretty much ended up as just me hanging around naked...
Mark: I don't feel like I'm a stable person at all.
Mark: I think there's nothing more awkward or stupid looking than a naked guy.
Mark: Were not stars.... were all just dorks in a band.
Mark: I have no idea why people like our band. Maybe bad taste is in.
Mark: I see my job in the band as basically to be on stage as the village idiot, to act like a jakeass, and to make a total fool out of myself whenever possible.
Mark: I don't need to advertise my punkness. A real punk doesn't need to show off...Its like a Karate man... the Karate man bleed on the inside. A real punk is punk on the inside.