History Music / Sublime

8th Jun '18 3:44:15 PM I-Teleported-Bread
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* CoverVersion: They have covered the Music/BadReligion song ''We're Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance.''

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* CoverVersion: They have covered the Music/BadReligion song ''We're Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance.''Arrogance,'' as well as ''Jailhouse'' and ''Smoke Two Joints,'' both by Music/BobMarley.



* KarmicRape: The evil date rapist in "Date Rape" is convicted, sentenced, and {{Prison Rape}}d.

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* KarmicRape: The evil date rapist in {{Jailbait}}: Annie, the girl from "Wrong Way," is 12-14 years old.
* LaserGuidedKarma: In
"Date Rape" Rape," the creep is convicted, sentenced, and {{Prison Rape}}d.



** Notably the song "Wrong Way". It's a funky, upbeat song about a young girl forced into prostitution by her father.

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** Notably the song "Wrong Way". It's a funky, upbeat song about a young girl forced into prostitution by her "seven horny brothers" and alcoholic father.
10th May '18 7:33:46 PM I-Teleported-Bread
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* CoverVersion: They have covered Music/BadReligion song ''We're Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance'' and the song

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* CoverVersion: They have covered the Music/BadReligion song ''We're Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance'' and the songArrogance.''
10th May '18 7:33:04 PM I-Teleported-Bread
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* CoverVersion: They have covered Music/BadReligion song ''We're Only Gonna Die From Our Own Arrogance'' and the song


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** ''Don't Push'' contains references to numerous artists, among them being Music/BobMarley and Music/PinkFloyd.
* TheStoner: They pepper plenty of references to marijuana in numerous songs. Coincidentally, ''Don't Push'' has a run time for 4:20.
24th Apr '18 1:52:04 AM TroperBeDoper
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* ThrowItIn: A good portion of their ''Robbin' The Hood'' album is made of this.
18th Feb '18 9:12:52 AM SeptimusHeap
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* LyricalDissonance: Not quite as much as [[ReelBigFish some ska punk bands]], but it's certainly there.

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* LyricalDissonance: Not quite as much as [[ReelBigFish [[Music/ReelBigFish some ska punk bands]], but it's certainly there.
20th Sep '17 3:33:12 PM thelivingtoad
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Known for their combination of laid back surfer attitude and punk mentality, Sublime is very hard to pin down. Any song can be a delightful mash up of punk, hip-hop, and reggae, with lyrics that make you laugh even as you think, [[RefugeInAudacity "Did he really just say that?"]] before switching to sobering reality about drug use, life in the ghetto, and sexually transmitted diseases. Although Sublime became popular as apart of the Third Wave of {{Ska}} and often toured with SkaPunk bands, Sublime only released a handful of actual SkaPunk songs, and were more influenced by reggae than ska music.

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Known for their combination of laid back surfer attitude and punk mentality, Sublime is very hard to pin down. Any song can be a delightful mash up of punk, hip-hop, and reggae, with lyrics that make you laugh even as you think, [[RefugeInAudacity "Did he really just say that?"]] before switching to sobering reality about drug use, life in the ghetto, and sexually transmitted diseases. Although Sublime they became popular as apart of the Third Wave of {{Ska}} and often toured with SkaPunk bands, Sublime only released a handful of actual SkaPunk songs, and were more influenced by reggae than ska music.
8th Jul '17 11:40:53 AM nombretomado
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Sublime had only three full studio albums, ''40oz. to Freedom'', ''Robbin’ the Hood'', and ''[[SelfTitledAlbum Sublime]]'', before Bradley Nowell’s overdose and death from heroin. The third, final, and most successful album was released less than two months after Bradley’s death. According to TheOtherWiki ''Sublime'' eventually went 5x Platinum in the U.S. If you were in high school or college in the mid to late 90s, you probably remember the self-titled album spinning endlessly at almost every party, and in everyone's CD collection. Seriously, punks, metalheads, classic rock fans, jocks, dorks, EVERYONE had this album. It may even be reasonably argued that, were it not for Nirvana's ''Nevermind'' and Pearl Jam's ''Ten'', ''Sublime'' might very well be remembered as the album that defined the '90s. At the very least, it's somewhere on the list.

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Sublime had only three full studio albums, ''40oz. to Freedom'', ''Robbin’ the Hood'', and ''[[SelfTitledAlbum Sublime]]'', before Bradley Nowell’s overdose and death from heroin. The third, final, and most successful album was released less than two months after Bradley’s death. According to TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki ''Sublime'' eventually went 5x Platinum in the U.S. If you were in high school or college in the mid to late 90s, you probably remember the self-titled album spinning endlessly at almost every party, and in everyone's CD collection. Seriously, punks, metalheads, classic rock fans, jocks, dorks, EVERYONE had this album. It may even be reasonably argued that, were it not for Nirvana's ''Nevermind'' and Pearl Jam's ''Ten'', ''Sublime'' might very well be remembered as the album that defined the '90s. At the very least, it's somewhere on the list.
4th Jan '17 5:06:44 PM Schitzo
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* ByronicHero:The narrator of "Wrong Way" has the best intentions, but [[ImAManICantHelpIt easily gives in to his urges and takes advantage of Annie]] while urging her to elope with him, probably leaving her [[DidNotGetTheGirl(or rather, her leaving him)]] in a worst position than he found her in.

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* ByronicHero:The narrator of "Wrong Way" has the best intentions, but [[ImAManICantHelpIt easily gives in to his urges and takes advantage of Annie]] while urging her to elope with him, probably leaving her [[DidNotGetTheGirl(or [[DidNotGetTheGirl (or rather, her leaving him)]] in a worst position than he found her in.
4th Jan '17 5:05:50 PM Schitzo
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* ByronicHero:The narrator of "Wrong Way" has the best intentions, but [[ImAManICantHelpIt but easily gives in to his urges and takes advantage of Annie]] while urging her to elope with him, probably leaving her in a worst position than he found her in.

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* ByronicHero:The narrator of "Wrong Way" has the best intentions, but [[ImAManICantHelpIt but easily gives in to his urges and takes advantage of Annie]] while urging her to elope with him, probably leaving her [[DidNotGetTheGirl(or rather, her leaving him)]] in a worst position than he found her in.
4th Jan '17 5:03:39 PM Schitzo
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*ByronicHero:The narrator of "Wrong Way" has the best intentions, but [[ImAManICantHelpIt but easily gives in to his urges and takes advantage of Annie]] while urging her to elope with him, probably leaving her in a worst position than he found her in.
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