- Broken Base: Due to new frontman Rome Ramirez. Most fans embraced Rome, the rest... not so much.
- Covered Up: A number of popular "Sublime" songs are actually covers: "Scarlet Begonias", "Rivers of Babylon", "Smoke Two Joints", "Trenchtown Rock," and "We're Only Gonna Die from Our Own Arrogance" to name a few.
- Misaimed Fandom: For "40 Oz. to Freedom", which is about how much of a drag it is to need alcohol to feel good.
- Signature Song: "Date Rape" was the original, but "Santeria" and "What I Got" overtook it as time went on.
- Tear Jerker: "Pool Shark", bonus points for the acoustic version. The song is about Bradley's heroin addiction, and how he'd "someday... lose the war".