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Good Intentions - current owners need only five key tracks

If, for some reason, you don't own this in any other format- just go ahead and blow this off and download the entire thing. That said, current owners need only purchase five key tracks: 1 "Doin' Time (Original Mix)" for obvious reasons as this was the proper un-Summertime version. 2 "I Love My Dog" how cool was Bradley to tributize Lou Dog by covering and dismantling a Bad Brains' song?! 3 "April 29th, 1992 (Miami) (Alternate Version)" just a great way to audibly refresh a track you already know note for note. 4 "Little District (Acoustic)" the most powerful and or soulful version ever - the best of the three "Acoustic" tracks on this Deluxe Edition. 5 "Doin' Time (Remix By Wyclef Jean)" the flat out best remix of this song - I don't even like Wyclef that much but he put forth the effort on this remix while maintaining the integrity of the song - unlike the Marshall Arts Remix. Download these, resequence your original playlist to Bradley's specs, and enjoy "Sublime" the way it should have been released in the first place.

Original track sequence!!! WAY better than 1996 release

I recently purchased this to tide me over until Everything Under the Sun came out, and to round out my Sublime collection. This is one of my all time favorite albums (even though I prefer 40oz to this album). The thing that always bugged me about the original release of this album is that it didn't seem to flow the way 40oz does. I guess I never realized until purchasing the deluxe edition that the original pressing was sequenced by the record label. Which makes sense why it didn't flow because the suits normally don't have a clue. Listening to this re-release with the tracks sequenced as the band wanted them, I started to appreciate this album more than I already did. This track sequence is FAR superior to the original release. Plus, all the bonuses on the second disc are completely worth it. If you are a Sublime fan, casual or hardcore... this release is worth every penny.

Sublime kept it chill

May Bradley rest in peace in heaven. P.S. If you don't like Sublime... you have no soul.

Biography

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...
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