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Tuesday, June 23, 2009


Here's the album that exposed Sublime to the masses...Unfortunately, it was a posthumous release for the band, as Bradley Nowell succumbed to his addiction to heroin shortly before it's release. As Sublime's voice and primary songwriter, the band, as Sublime, could no longer be "Sublime"...The remaining members did play together in a couple of other mediocre bands that were no where near as good or as timeless as Sublime was. That is why I completely forgot the names of the other bands. And apparently, Sublime is back together with a new vocalist...In my opinion, it's pretty blasphemous to revive the band...Where's the backlash at?

When it comes to the band in question, there's a "love them or hate them" attitude and I fully acknowledge that some of the punk rock elite don't necessarily dig Sublime or consider them to be "punk" enough. To them, I say: "Fuck Off"...In the most literal sense of the term. I grew up on them, so maybe I'm a bit biased, but fuck it. This album is definitely the most mainstream release they have. Their other releases were more diverse and it can be implied that on those records, it was just a bunch of stoners jamming out whatever sounded kinda good and recording it. None of the other albums are really the most palatable to the average listener. Even "40oz.", their other more mainstream release, has an unpolished vibe to it. This record is clean. From the recording quality to the song structure, this is a radio-friendly album from start to finish. The box set and "Robbin' The Hood" on the other hand, are not...They sound like shit and are a true test, even for stated fans of the band.

The singles from this record have undoubtedly been beaten into your psyche if you have ever listened to any alternative rock radio station...And as a result, I hate "What I Got", the ska happy "Wrong Way" and "Santeria"...Some great songs on this album: "Same In The End", "April 29, 1992", "Seed", and "Paddle Out". The rest of the tracks are all decent as well. This record is well worth your time if you are a fan of Reggae, Ska, Punk and mass quantities of marijuana. Click "Download", light up a joint and blast this shit. Enjoy!


1. Garden Grove
2. What I Got
3. Wrong Way
4. Same In The End
5. April 29, 1992 (Miami)
6. Santeria
7. Seed
8. Jailhouse
9. Pawn Shop
10. Paddle Out
11. The Ballad Of Johnny Butt
12. Burritos
13. Under My Voodoo
14. Get Ready
15. Caress Me Down
16. What I Got (Reprise)
17. Doin' Time


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

please reupload this album