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Sublime

Formed in 1988 as a garage punk band, Sublime rose to fame in the mid-'90s on the back of the California punk explosion engendered by Green Day and the Offspring, though Sublime boosted their punk influences with heavy elements of reggae and ska. The band released only two albums during its first seven years, and finally found mainstream success with a self-titled release in 1996. It proved to be Sublime's last proper album, however, as lead singer Brad Nowell died in May 1996, just two months before the record's release.

The three Long Beach musicians who comprised Sublime -- vocalist/guitarist Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson, and drummer Bud Gaugh -- played their first gig on July 4, 1988, at a small Long Beach club (a show that sparked the infamous Peninsula Riot). The group began touring heavily while amassing an increasingly substantial following, especially among the surf/skate beach crowd. After four years of concentrating strictly on live shows, Sublime recorded their first album, 40 Oz. to Freedom, in 1992. The LP was released on Skunk Records -- a label formed by Nowell with Sublime manager Miguel -- and sold at local shows, but it really started to break when local radio station KROQ began playing the single "Date Rape" two years after its initial release.

Mostly due to that radio exposure, Sublime signed to MCA in time for 1994's Robbin' the Hood, which revealed an experimental ethic more in keeping with cut-and-paste dub than the well-tuned rage of the Cali punk revival. The album performed well at college radio and set the stage for the breakout success of their self-titled third album. On May 25, 1996, however, Nowell was found in a San Francisco hotel room, dead of a heroin overdose. The band collapsed, but the eponymous Sublime was still slated for a July release.

On the strength of the chart-topping alternative radio hit "What I Got," the album was certified gold by the end of 1996. "Santeria" and "Wrong Way" also enjoyed heavy airplay, and Sublime eventually sold more than five million copies, making it one of the most popular ska-punk albums in history. Such success spread to the band's earlier albums too, leading 40 Oz. to Freedom to double-platinum sales and Robbin' the Hood to gold certification. As Sublime's legend lived on, Wilson and Gaugh formed a new band called Long Beach Dub Allstars, although the group failed to capture the mainstream accolades that Sublime had briefly enjoyed. There were also a number of posthumous Sublime releases, among them 1997's Second Hand Smoke, 1998's Stand by Your Van and Acoustic: Bradley Nowell & Friends, Greatest Hits in 1999, and Gold in 2005. ~ John Bush, Rovi
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Track List: The Best Of Sublime: 20th Century Masters The Millennium Collection (Explicit)

Comments

Amazing

@alexkled, you didn't even spell his last name right
Seriously , rest in peace
R.I.P Bradley Knowles
jordan.brand e n
Poo
Love them
Love Sublime... cause my baby D.P. loves it! Mmmuah...��!
I got bit by their female Dalmatian in the Cinner bar in Long beach.
Damm.....wha t could have been if Sublime didn't lose their lead singer
Love it, my baby loves it too@!!!!
scarlett begonias may be one of the best covers of all time!! RIP Bradley
Love this band grew up listening to them and I still am!
Love Sublime...an d the band Badfish who is an awesome Sublime tribute band!
Awesome
Love listening to Sublime on my way to church.
Awesome song great beat and vocals
Love your. Eyes. Sweetheart . Make me melt like an ice cube
♥ Bradley
@omegasinner you're the type that needs to be 1. Taught how to spell. 2. Taught how to be a decent human. 3. Taught how to enjoy music and finally 4. Taught to let people choose what they like and not judge them for it. Clearly, you were not hugged enough as a child.
Seriously, there track are da bomb!
nl5 x sk1 rock on
Great band
jazzgny84
I smoked the og kush with brad
ivory132
NICE!
Love sublime I'm 12 I get it from my parents they both love sublime so do Its gonna be my favorite band for my life
Love sublime even though I'm 9
keziahquijan o
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omegasiner, new candidate for next power crazed, idiotic totalitarian leader assassinated for crimes against the human race 2014
My favorite band...L O V E....What a voice Bradley had..such a pity, but so glad he captured some amazing songs in his life time
omegasinner GTFO
You know, those chain letter emails and comments are like condoms. If you can't handle getting them yourself you aren't ready for sex. If you can't handle the stress of asking your crush out, you aren't ready to handle a relationship .
ardppu588
Love this stuff, creative and upbeat.
This music is associated with trashy California surfers and meth heads. Two thumbs down on this garbage.
I have 3 tats for sublime luv them
Always puts me in a good mood xP
Just listen...wha t s wrong with people
ashtonleder
Omegassinner wouldn't know music if it killed him in the middle of the night.
I love them!!!♡...A n d if Barely was still alive I would show him what a good time was!!!♡;-)
omegasinner
stupid lyrics dumba$$ band, music made for and by junks. complete garage and all fans should be taken into the street nd shot for being a public descrace and a blight upon the world that theyare.
mike08039
Slightly Stoopid has taken the place of Sublime and are the new leaders of reggae music. I am encouraged by the rapid growth of the surf reggae genre and continue to hear some great music coming out of this genre. While we will never get rid of country, surf reggae is the next (and current) big music scene.
mike08039
They previous comment is false, but I love Sublime!!!!
mike08039
I am 47 years old and just kissed a girl for the first time.
One of the greatest punk bands of the 90's, Sublime embodied the rebellious culture from a far more relaxed angle. Rastafarian culture found its way not only into the hearts of the members, but also into the music. The blend of reggae percussion with storyline style lyrics and a punk core created a relentless blend of obscenity and bliss.
What a great band! Superb Sublime
Mop ouch...
herrera1031
LOVE YOU SUBLIME RIP BRADLY. :( ❤
hands down, greatest band to ever exist ♡
I LOVE WHAT YOU LEFT US BRAD :(
R.I.P.
I remember driving 3 hours to Frisco to see Sublime and he was dead........ . . : (
put what on five songs, please explain
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