Sublime: 40oz. To Freedom

Sublime SKU: 31048750
Sublime: 40oz. To Freedom

Sublime: 40oz. To Freedom

Sublime SKU: 31048750

Format: VINYL LP

Regular price $34.16

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Title: 40oz. To Freedom
Artist: Sublime
Label: Geffen Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 602547811554
Genre: Rock

Double vinyl LP pressing of the newly remastered edition of this 1992 album in gatefold jacket. 40oz. To Freedom is the debut album by the Southern California ska-punk band. Since it's release, the album has proven to be a seller over time, moving over two million copies in the U.S. alone. 40oz. To Freedom's sound blended various forms of Jamaican music, including ska ("Date Rape"), rocksteady ("54-46 That's My Number"), roots reggae ("Smoke Two Joints") and dub ("Let's Go Get Stoned", "D.J.s") with British and American hardcore punk ("New Thrash", "Hope"), and hip hop (as in "Live at E's"). Sublime themselves credit a number of local reggae and rap bands from California for inspiration in their Thanx Dub. In addition to explicit mentions of artists like KRS-One and Half Pint, Nowell makes copious allusions to others through his lyrics.

1.1 Waiting for My Ruca
1.2 40 Oz. to Freedom
1.3 Smoke Two Joints
1.4 We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance
1.5 Don't Push
2.1 5446 That's My Number/ Ball and Chain
2.2 Badfish
2.3 Let's Go Get Stoned
2.4 New Thrash
2.5 Scarlet Begonias
2.6 Live at E's
3.1 D.J.'s
3.2 Chica Me Tipo
3.3 Right Back
3.4 What Happened
3.5 New Song
4.1 Ebin
4.2 Date Rape
4.3 Hope
4.4 Krs-One
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