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Reseña de álbum

Sublime's eponymous major-label debut arrived a few months after the band's leader, Brad Nowell, died tragically of a heroin overdose. As a show of sympathy, the album tended to be slightly overrated in some critical quarters, who claimed that Nowell was an exceptionally gifted lyricist and musical hybridist, but Sublime doesn't quite support those claims. Even so, the trio does have a surprising grace in its unabashedly traditionalist fusion of Californian hardcore punk, light hip-hop, and reggae. Switching between bracing hardcore and slow, sexy reggae numbers, Sublime display supple, muscular versatility and, on occasion, a gift for ingratiatingly catchy hooks, as on the hit single "What I Got." What they don't have is the vision — either lyrical or musical — to maintain interest throughout the course of the entire album. Sublime sags when the band delves too deeply into their dub aspirations or when their lyrics slide into smirking humor. The low moments don't arrive that often — by and large, the album is quite engaging — but they happen frequently enough to make the record a demonstration of the band's blossoming ability, but not the fulfillment of their full potential. Of course, Nowell's death gives the record a certain pathos, but that doesn't make the album any stronger.

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Sublime:40 OZ. TO FREEDOM

this cd is probably one of the best cd's you could ever buy if your into the whole so cal rock/reggae scence....the thing this album has is that they sound differente in a good way in almost all there songs, not like coldplay were all there songs have the same beat and are quit boring but this album mostly contains punk rock from the 90's (when it was good) none of this MCR or Fallout Boy stuff it also has great beats with mixing in some rap and lots of it...youll be glad


Sublime's sound was rooted in the genius of Bradley Nowell. While the band was comprised of excellent musicians like Eric Wilson on bass and Bud Gaugh on drums, Nowell was the compass and vision. The band was never the same after his loss and neither was the music world. I can picture Bradley up there, with Lou dog, looking down on his family and finally at peace. Brad, you are loved, man.

"Sublime", truly sublime

The album Sublime is definitely a wonderful piece of art. It integrates aspects of reggae, rap, and rock to produce catchy tunes and memorable songs that will stick with you for a long time. Their songs usually talk about the more depressing aspects of life: riots, jail, child prostitution, love and even death. This group tells a lot about another side of life with its intelligent lyrics and toe-tapping beats. Dont hesitate to listen to this amazing band.


Fecha de formación: Long Beach, CA, 1988

Género: Alternativa

Años de actividad: '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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