Look Back At Sublime's Self Titled Album 21 Years After It's Release

July 30th, 1996, Sublime's self-titled breakthrough album was released just two months after frontman, Bradley Nowell died of a heroin overdose. The iconic album charted for 122 weeks, and went platinum 5 times. These songs were the late 90's, and the man who wrote these songs, these Summer F'd Up Party Anthems, Bradley Nowell never got to experience any of the success of his final album. 

The biggest band in 1997 was Sublime, and they didn't even have a band! Take a look back at "Sublime," in this incredible article from the December 25th, 1997 issue of Rolling Stone below.... 

rollingstone.com/music/news/bradley-nowell-life-after-death-19971225

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