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Sublime-Greatest Hits Full Album Zip

This is an Enhanced CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files. Sublime: Brad Nowell (vocals, guitar); Eric Wilson (bass); Bud (drums) Additional personnel: Gwen Stefani (vocals); Jon Blondell (trombone); David Kahne, Eric Wilson (organ); Field Marshall (programming, scratches). Producers: David Kahne, Miguel, Paul Leary. The story of Brad Nowell could easily be compared to that of the late John Belushi. Nowell was a gifted artist who knew full well the dangers of excess. His promising life was tragically cut short by a drug overdose just as his career was hitting its stride. GREATEST HITS chronicles the short, sweet trip taken by Nowell and his comrades in Sublime. Few bands in '90s pop were able to hop genres as seamlessly and with as much spirit as Sublime. "What I Got," their breakthrough single, was hungrily eaten up by alternative radio, as were "Wrong Way" and "Santeria." For those who know little of the group beyond their hits, GREATEST HITS fills out the picture. The trippy xylophone and laid-back hip-hop of "Doin' Time" frame lyrics displaying Nowell's vulnerable side. Fellow punk-ska enthusiast Gwen Stefani lends her pipes to the melodic dialogue of "Saw Red." "Badfish" is a reggae-tinged ballad that looks at ocean pollution from an intimate perspective. Nowell truly lived the punk ethic of excess found at the heart of "40 oz. to Freedom," where he explains that it's "the only chance I have to feel good even though I feel bad." Ironically, SUBLIME's success came after Nowell took that chance too far.The best of the Cali Punk trio from their short but potent tenure from the late 80's and early 90's. It wasn't until the death of lead singer Brad Nowell that they hit it big with "What I Got". This disc is enhanced with the promotional videos of "What I Got" and "Wrong Way".

Sublime-Greatest Hits full album zip

A little over two years after Bradley Nowell's tragic death, Sublime released its second posthumous album, Stand by Your Van. Sublime never had the chance to tour the material from Sublime, which turned out to be their most popular album. That means that all 16 tracks on Stand by Your Van are taken from their first two albums, before Nowell's songwriting had truly come into its own. Nevertheless, he had several good songs on 40oz. to Freedom and Robbin' the Hood, and by consolidating the best moments from those two relatively uneven albums, the live record offers something of a "greatest hits" of their early years. If the performances aren't that different from the studio versions -- they're simply a little rawer, a little faster, a little looser -- they're still strong and energetic, capturing the essence of the group's live show. Ultimately, that energy is what makes Stand by Your Van the best posthumous Sublime record to date. Nobody outside of hardcore fans needs this record, but the quality of the music is better than either the What I Got... EP or the haphazard outtakes album Second Hand Smoke, and that alone makes its release somewhat noteworthy.

Disc twoedit. Tracks 4-17 on disc one are from the album 40oz. It was released on November 15, 2005.Gold Greatest hits album by Sublime Released November 15, 2005 Recorded 19871996 Genre Ska-punk Length 2:21:59 Label Gasoline Alley/Geffen Producer Mike Ragogna Sublime chronology Look at All the Love We Found (2005) Gold (2005) Everything Under the Sun (2006). Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forumTechSpot Forums::ProgrammingTechSpot Forums::Programming. Disc oneedit. 350c69d7ab


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