Band: Sublime (2)
Album: Robbin' The Hood
Release Date: January 1970
Music Genre: Punk Rock Alternative Rock Ska
Label: 77 Records (2)
Record Type: 10 Tracks Vinyl LP
An influential California punk/ska rock band, existed between 1988 and 1996.
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 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.
|A1||Steady B Loop Dub|
|A5||Work That We Do|
|A6||Lincoln Highway Dub|
|B2||I Dont Care To Much For Reggae|
|B4||All You Need|
Epitaph Studios recordings: "Saw Red," "Greatest-Hits," "STP," "All You Need," and "Falling Idols"
Sublime recorded the other songs on a home four track.