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Editors’ Notes

Thirteen years after the passing of front man Bradley Nowell, Sublime returns with a new lead singer and a spruced-up sound. On their first album with the band, Rome Ramirez displays plenty of easy-going vocal attitude with a distinct Jamaican flavor, backed up with crisp, in-the-pocket guitar work. For their part, drummer Bud Gaugh and bassist Eric Wilson reaffirm the mastery of slippery dance grooves that they displayed during Sublime’s ‘90s heyday. Tracks like “Take It or Leave It,” “Lovers Rock” and “Same Old Situation” move with an undulating reggae skank as Ramirez holds forth on the joys and hassles of everyday romance. Adding some extra sizzle to the simmering ambiance of the album are “Paper Cuts” (a punky flashback to Sublime’s early days) and “Can You Feel It” (sparked up by dub effects and Wiz Khalifa’s rap break). Ramirez gets mildly political on “Only,” but for the most part keeps the lyric mood light and festive. On its own terms, Yours Truly more than succeeds as a smile-inducing, groove-powered excursion.

Customer Reviews


Coming from an old school sublime fan.. I would say it was just "okay". Wish it had a little more punk/reggae but obviously without Brad it will be tough to capture that sound. It's a little to teenage lovey dovey for me.. Personally I liked the harder songs.. "Paper cuts" was my favorite on the album. Just because it switches melodies a lot and it's got a good punk feel to it. Majority of the album is pretty soft though. Don't expect old sublime when purchasing. On a side note, I did get to see them live this summer and I was impressed.. They played the old songs really well and only played a couple new ones. So let's just hope they continue to play the old ones.. cause let's be honest, 95% of the fans want to hear the classics. PS please don't continue to sellout to MTV Eric and Bud.. You guys are better than that.


Sublime for life!

Amazing album.

Fav band since I was a kid, I'm 28 now and still listen to brad and the boys on the daily. Rome, you are brad reincarnate, you guys seriously nailed it. I needed this album, made my year and summer so much better.. I literally got a tear in the eye right now. Lol. Thank you guys. and I hope you are workin on the next one already.. Haha. Ps. come back to Edmonton!

Love it

Glad that Sublime and Rome got together to create a great album. This is a great addition to my Sublime collection. Sublime with Rome was great in concert and this is a great album if your a fan of Sublime. Keep it coming!!!


Formed: 2009 in California

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

After frontman Bradley Nowell's death brought an end to the group Sublime, surviving members Eric Wilson (bass) and Bud Gaugh (drums) formed the Long Beach Dub All-Stars before returning to the Sublime catalog in 2009 with a revised lineup named Sublime with Rome. The “Rome” is Rome Ramirez, a singer/guitarist with whom band first played some gigs in 2009 as Sublime. They became Sublime with Rome a year later, the result of a legal hang-up with Nowell's estate, and launched a cross-country tour of...
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Yours Truly, Sublime With Rome
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Reggae, Ska, Rock, Adult Alternative
  • Released: Jul 12, 2011

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