The Bradley Nowell Story: Sublime and Their Reggae Influences
The Bradley Nowell Story
The sole purpose of this hub is to celebrate the many musical influences on the Long Beach California ska-punk band sublime, particularly reggae. This is not meant to disparage the legacy of this band in any way but rather to show how a gifted artist came to create his own musical legacy.
This is the Bradley Nowell Story.....
40 Oz. to Freedom - 1992
Part 1 is the debut album "40 oz. of Freedom"
SMOKE TWO JOINTS
Smoke Two Joints - The Toyes
Nah Touch Da Just - Just-Ice
Outside! - The Ziggens
Dialogue from the film
"Beyond the Valley of the Dolls"
Directed by Russ Meyer
Written by future film critic Roger Ebert
54-46 THAT'S MY NUMBER / BALL AND CHAIN
54-46 Was My Number - Toots & the Maytals
Boops - Super Cat
Ball and Chain - The Vandals
Ride Natty Ride - Bob Marley & the Wailers
Cornerstone - Bob Marley & the Wailers
A Message To You, Rudi - The Specials
Scarlet Begonias - Grateful Dead
Funky Drummer - James Brown
WE'RE ONLY GONNA DIE
We're Only Gonna Die - Bad Religion
Clean Up Woman - Betty Wright
It's Expected, I'm Gone - The Minutemen
Due to sample clearing issues, later pressings did not include Get Out!
It was however included in a later release called Second Hand Smoke
There was also a hidden track..........