Band: Sublime (2)
Album: Acoustic Bradley Nowell And Friends
Release Date: January 1970
Music Genre: Punk Rock Alternative Rock Ska
Label: Skunk Records (2)
Record Type: 10 Tracks Vinyl LP
American band from Long Beach, California formed in 1988 and stopped in 1996. Known as a ska punk band, Sublime also had influences from hardcore punk, reggae, dancehall, dub, folk, hip hop...
Sublime disbanded after their singer Brad Nowell died of a heroin overdose on 25th May 1996, only two months before their self-titled album was released. In 1997, members would formed Long Beach Dub Allstars. In 2009, the surviving members Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson attempted to reform Sublime with Rome Ramirez as their new singer and guitarist, but due to a lawsuit, the band was forced to change their name to Sublime With Rome.
|A5||Mary / Big Salty Tears|
|B3||Rivers Of Babylon|
|B5||Freeway Time In L.A. County Jail|
Sublime "Acoustic Tracks"
Bradley Nowell and Friends
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