Interesting Questions, Facts and Information
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Interesting Questions, Facts, and Information
16. 'Fifteen years old plus one, hotter than a microwave oven.'
Burt Susanka. Burt Susanka is the singer for the Ziggens.
false . When the drummer, Bud, decided to take a break, Sublime friend Kelly Vargas stepped in to play drums.
|Which rapper was Sublime talking about in this song? 'He's droppin' droppin' droppin' science, droppin' history with a whole leap of style and intelligence seen, and I know because of...'?||Bradley Nowell and Sublime
the Z-man. Although Ron Jeremy did appear in the video as the judge and an inmate in the end, it was the Z-man, Todd Zalkins, who played the rapist.
Opie. Opie Ortiz is now one of the singers for the Long Beach-based 'Long Beach Dub Allstars'.
getting yelled at by the man. He says he gets hassled by the man, yelled at by his dad. This was kind of tricky.
|In which song does Bradley Nowell tell of his addiction to heroin?||For Sublime Fans
" Poolshark". "Now I've got the needle, and I can shake, but I can't breathe. Take it away but I want more and more, one day I'm gonna lose the war." He lost the war on May 25th, 1996. Chilling.
" Long Beach dub Allstars". Although they are not as big as "Sublime" got, they have a lot of the same qualities.
1994. It was their second album, but it wasn't nearly as big as their other two. "40 oz to Freedom" was released in 1992, and "Sublime" was released in 1996.
|Who took over in the song "We're Only Gonna Die For our own Arrogance"?||For Sublime Fans
Modern Man . Nothing really interesting to say. This just shows that a band can know a little about history. This is a cover of the Bad Religion song "We're Only Gonna Die".
" 40 oz to Freedom". Everyone thinks it is "Robbin the Hood", but in actuality it is "40 oz to Freedom". I have no clue how this rumor was started. You can see the release dates if you don't believe me. "Robbin the Hood" was created first, but was not released until after "40 oz to Freedom". Thanks Bradsgirl83 for the info.
|"'Now I've got the needle/I can shake but I can't breathe'" So ironic about Brad's life, it's almost spooky. What song is this?||How well do you know Sublime?
Pool Shark. "One day I'm gonna lose the war."
|"As happy as he was 80 percent of the time there was 20 percent that could not be made happy, and it ate him up." Who said this?||How well do you know Sublime?
Brad's wife. Brad's wife, Troy, also stated that one of the first things that attracted her to Brad was that he was a "drug addict."
Bush and Hole. Can you imagine how much money a ticket for this concert would go for?
What I Got. "What I Got" still gets heavy airplay on the modern rock stations to this very day.
Rivers of Babylon. From "Rivers of Babylon".
Seed. From the self-titled album "Sublime."
1993. They met at a Sublime show in San Diego. In 1995, they finally started to date.
Brad's sister. He used to make his sister Kellie do his homework when he didn't feel like it.
10. He lived with his mom, Nancy, until 1981, then moved back to his dad's house in Long Beach, California.
1992. This was when they recorded with Skunk Records to create "40 oz. To Freedom".
DJs. Gwen and Brad have been friends for a long time, making this a very emotional performance for Gwen.
1988. This concert on July 4th recruited the Sublime fans of Long Beach.
|And finally, what song did these lyrics appear in? "a tight tie-die dress, she was a psychedelic mess..."||Sublime Lyrics
Scarlet Begonias. This song was originally done by the Grateful Dead. But, we all know whose version is better...!
|Almost done, but what song were these from? "right now she's selling oranges by the freeway..."||Sublime Lyrics
Waiting For My Ruca. You just gotta love this song, how it's so laid back. This album, "40 oz. to Freedom," was also recorded for just $1,000.
Under My Voodoo. I never did understand this song. I have heard from many others that this is one of their least favorite Sublime songs.
|Do you know what song this was from? "and there he wept, when he remembered Zion..."||Sublime Lyrics
Rivers of Babylon. Probably one of my all time favorite Sublime songs. The harmony in their voices is just amazing!