|Origin||Long Beach, California, U.S.|
|Past member(s)||Bradley Nowell |
Sublime broke up 1996, because singer, guitarist and songwriter Bradley Nowell died. He died in a hotel room in San Francisco, California on May 25th of the same year from a heroin overdose. He was 28 years old. Their third and final album Sublime was released two months after Nowell's death. The album's song "What I Got" was what made Sublime famous.
A few of Sublimes songs have been used in video games. "Santeria" was included in Guitar Hero World Tour. The song "Seed" was included in Tony Hawk's Underground and the song "What I Got" was included in Dave Mirra Freestyle BMX.
|1992||40 Oz. to Freedom||Certified 2x Platinum by RIAA; peaked at #15 at Top Heatseekers in 1995 and #140 in Billboard 200 in 1996|
|1994||Robbin' the Hood||Certified Gold by RIAA|
|1996||Sublime||Certified 5x Multi Platinum by RIAA; peaked at #13 on Billboard 200|
Compilations and live albumsEdit
|1997||What I Got (EP)||Peaked at #169 on Billboard 200|
|1997||Doin' Time (EP)|||
|1997||Second-hand Smoke||Certified platinum by RIAA; peaked at #28 on Billboard 200|
|1998||Stand by Your Van||Peaked at #49 on Billboard 200|
|1998||Sublime Acoustic: Bradley Nowell & Friends||Peaked at #107 on Billboard 200|
|1999||Greatest Hits||Certified gold by RIAA; peaked at #114 on Billboard 200|
|2002||20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: The Best of Sublime||Certified gold by RIAA; peaked at #190 on Billboard 200|
|2005||Gold||Certified gold by RIAA; peaked at #165 on Billboard 200|
|2006||Everything Under the Sun||Four disc box set|
|US Hot 100||US Modern Rock||US Mainstream Rock||Adult Top 40||UK||US Hot 100 Airplay|
|1995||"Date Rape"||-||-||-||-||-||-||40 oz. to Freedom|
|1996||"What I Got"||-||#1||#11||#39||#71||#29||Sublime|
- Big Records
- Guitar Hero 4 Includes Song Creation and Sharing, Multiple Instruments, Van Halen, Linkin Park - Shacknews - PC Games, PlayStation, Xbox 360 and Wii video game news, previews ...
- RIAA certification for Sublime[permanent dead link]. Last accessed November 23, 2007.
- Sublime - Billboard Charts & Awards[permanent dead link]. Allmusic. Last accessed November 23, 2007
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