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Yours Truly (Deluxe Version)

Sublime With Rome

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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

Don't think of old Sublime when you listen to this...

Yes, I get it. Brad Nowell is dead. This is Sublime with ROME. Totally different.

Embrace the change, and get into this album. It's got a lot of great songs.

It's not supposed to be old Sublime.

I like it :)

Being a long time Sublime fan I miss Bradley's touch, but Rome is a great fill. I will always stand by 40 oz. to Freedom and Sublime being their best albums, but I really like this one. It has the same chillness about it. I can listen to Sublime in any mood. I really hope people enjoy them as much as I do, because they are definitely musically life changing. R.I.P. Bradley and great job Sublime with Rome!

Sublime with Rome

When I first heard that return of Sublime was on the horizon and that the man to do it went by the name of "Rome", I was a little skeptical. Its no doubt that the impact of Bradley's death ran deep in the hearts of many fans. In my eyes, I felt that Sublime had ran its course and new and old fans of the band were left with the music as a memory of Long Beach's fallen front man. Yet the closer this album came to release, the more and more I started listening to the work of Rome. What instantly struck me was that he sounded enough like Bradley to appease the troll inside me and yet he had enough of his own sound to make the tracks sound like actual music rather than straight covers. So the moment arrived, I took the risk and pressed "Buy Album". Almost instantly the listener is swept up in a ska'tastic blend of smooth reggae rhythms and up tempo punk like breaks and choruses. Yes, the album does not feature the real life lyrics of growing up in Long Beach and the raw energy that Bradley brought, but it does capitalize on excellent laid back reggae/ska rhythms that Rome has made his name in. Bottom line is that I love this album. Its the perfect sound for driving down Ocean Ave In Long Beach on a beautiful summer day. I will be listening to this for years to come and my hats off to Bud and Eric for having the courage and drive to bring back the almighty Sublime and a big thumbs up for Rome Ramirez for sticking through the criticism of haters everywhere and delivering a solid album. Rome has not replaced Bradley, he is an addition to the band, hence Sublime with Rome, Bradley's spirit remains with the band and I bet he's smiling with his guitar and Dalmatian on this Album 5/5

Biography

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 hangup...
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Yours Truly (Deluxe Version), Sublime With Rome
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  • $11.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock, Adult Alternative, Reggae, Ska
  • Released: Jul 08, 2011
  • Parental Advisory

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