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Gasoline Alley/mca Sublime (Rock) - Sublime [Deluxe Edition] [PA] [Digipak]

Gasoline Alley/mca Sublime (Rock) - Sublime [Deluxe Edition] [PA] [Digipak]

BY GASOLINE ALLEY/MCA #56 in Music

4.8 out of 5 stars
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4.90 / 5 based on 99 Reviews

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Sublime: Bradley Nowell (vocals, guitar, Hammond B-3 organ, synthesizer); Eric Wilson (acoustic & electric basses, synthesizer); Bud (drums).Additional personnel: Miguel (acoustic guitar, sound effects); Paul Leary (slide & electric guitars); Todd Foreman (saxophone); Jon Blondell (trombone); David Kahne (piano, organ); Field Marshall (percussion, programming, DJ); Dave Aron (programming).Producers: Paul Leary, David Kahne, Brad Nowell, Miguel. Recorded at Pedernales Studios, Briarcliff, Texas and Total Access Studios, Redondo Beach, California. Sublime (Rock): Brad (vocals, guitar, Hammond b-3 organ); Eric (upright bass, bass guitar); B.U.D. (drums).Personnel: Paul Leary (electric guitar, slide guitar); Tim Wu, Todd Foreman (saxophone); Jon Blondell (trombone); David Kahne (piano, organ); Field Marshall (percussion, programming, turntables); Dave Aron (programming).Additional personnel: Paul Leary. Audio Mixers: Paul Leary; David Kahne; Eddie Ashworth; Chris Holden; Jez Colin. Audio Remixer: Wyclef Jean. Liner Note Author: David Wild. Recording information: Celestial Soul Studio, Hollywood, CA; Mambo Recorders, Long Beach, CA; total Access, Redondo Beach, CA. Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Photographer: John Dunne. The popularity of ska bands like No Doubt and Goldfinger paved the way for what seemed to be inevitable success for Sublime. But lead singer Brad Nowell died of a heroin overdose in May 1996, two months before this major-label debut was released. SUBLIME reveals a talented act whose songs were a brilliant mix of punk, reggae, hip-hop and dub. Sublime's ability to jump genres is showcased within a few bars of "What I Got." Amidst whistling, scratching and a rhythm copped from the Beatles' "Lady Madonna," Nowell's vocals glide from spoken-word to a toasting vibe. Pop culture also provided a handy source, particularly in "Caress Me Down," where porn star Ron Jeremy and G.I. Joe are mentioned amid reggae rhythms and Spanish lyrics. Although many. see more...

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Gasoline Alley/mca Sublime (Rock) - Sublime [Deluxe Edition] [PA] [Digipak]
Gasoline Alley/mca Sublime (Rock) - Sublime [Deluxe Edition] [PA] [Digipak]
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REVIEWS
Jennifer J.
Dauphin
8 reviews
This album is a great mix of some of their top songs! It's fun, catchy and its almost impossible to not sing right along with them! Sublime is one of the best reggae/pop punk/rock bands to have ever lived!!
Trang N.
165 reviews
One of my favorite albums! I grew up in LBC, so I grew up listening to this on the radio. My friends and I sing along and know the words to most of the songs. The entire album is great, but April 29, 1992 is such a powerful song. It shows you that they're more than just a ska punk rock band, they're actually political and care about people 💞💞💞 RIP Bradley Nowell 🙏🙏🙏
Jessica P.
Mentor, OH
60 reviews
An album i find myself returning to again and again. Sublime has the ability to keep us dancing and entertained even with the darkest of subject mattet. This I my favorite album of Sublime's and an album I try to always have in arm's reach
Sara O.
Union City, NJ
138 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
Me encanta sublime es una de mis bandas favoritas. No tengo el cd pero lo escucho online todas sus canciones son buenísimas. Ojalá la banda se vuelva a unir y pueda escucharlos en vivo. Soñar no cuesta nada
Lacy G.
Ephrata
32 reviews
Bah hum bug how can you not like Sublime they are the ultimate ultimatum. The most intense to tense bad goodness. I would compare it to a reggae rock kind of band and you can just rock out to this cd any day of the week, always a good listen, you should too
Linda  O.
Spring hill, FL
104 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
Love sublime they are so chill and everyone can listen to them and love them I love the reggae rock they have you could listen to them with your windows down driving along the beach I know I do that and if you haven't listen to them you really need to
Joanna Y.
5 reviews
Sublime is one of my favorite bands. I love the songs they have, especially this album. My all-time favorite song is Caress Me Down, it's fun and i love the addition of spanish. It hypes me uppppp. I would definitely recommend this artist.
Amber E.
138 reviews
Still one of my favorite albums of all time. Great music. Brings back all those memories you expect from something you discovered as an adolescent. I own this album and would purchase again if I ever lost it.
Heather R.
Graceville, FL
6 reviews
Hands down Sublime is the best band for any mood. You are in your feelings, you are happy, you're just chill-whatever the case maybe they are amazing and this album is the best!!!
Hope S.
Cedar, MN
290 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 1
Sublime is a great band so it is no surprise that this is such a great album.  This is definitely an album you can play from start to finish without skipping a song, while at the same time singing along to each track.  In my opinion this was one of the best albums released by Sublime and is still fantastic to listen to even today!
Nicci L.
Newark, DE
118 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
Whats your favorite sublime song from all albums?
Maeg D.
28 reviews
What's everyone's absolute favorite Sublime song?
Adiana P.
166 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
What is this
Malisa P.
Fresno , CA
739 reviews
Pop Culture Expert Level 2
Who else's ain't got no crystal ball?
Valeria P.
Green Bay, WI
50 reviews
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