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Album Review

With their debut, 40 Oz. to Freedom, Sublime appeal to alterna-punks but they cut a little deeper with their lyrics and their very aesthetic, which blends different cultures and sounds. Since Sublime have a knack for combining dancehall reggae with hardcore punk, the music can be nervy and invigorating, but the group's joyous blend of cultures gets nervy on the lyrical level, particularly on the controversial "Date Rape."

Customer Reviews

Don't be scammed! revised...

They say that this is a partial album, but every song is there with the exception of bradley's tip o' the hat to Bad Religion! Looks they just want to make as much money as possible. Buy this album at any other site for half the price and get an extra song! Don't mess with the fans! Bradley lives! -m

He went before his time

This groundbreaking debut from the SoCal ska-punk-hiphop-reggae trio got little to no attention at the time of it's release; with the band not to be "discovered" until their eponymous 3rd studio album. Sublime was a group unlike any other, with the ability to combine musical genres seamlessly; creating a sound unlikely to ever be accurately imitated. Bradley James Nowell, the lead singer, died on May 25th 1996, on a heroin overdose, leaving behind a wife and a newborn baby. Brad had a lot more love to give, and everyone knew it. Sublime's potential was stunted by an imaginable vicissitude, and he will be greatly missed by musicians and musical appreciators everywhere. Sublime's spirit will live on; the music will never die.

Much Respek

This is THE Sublime album to own, literally a must have for all. If you were stranded on a remote island, this one makes your top 5. Kick back, 4:20 and dig on the groove.


Formed: 1988 in Long Beach, CA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

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...
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