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Sublime Greatest Hits [Explicit]

Sublime Greatest Hits [Explicit]

August 3, 2010
4.0 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: August 3, 2010
  • Release Date: August 3, 2010
  • Label: Gasoline Alley
  • Copyright: (C) 2010 Gasoline Alley Records Inc.
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  • Total Length: 27:53
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  • Format: Explicit Lyrics
  • ASIN: B003YAUWSI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 106 customer reviews
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,106 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

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All in all i'm going to be brief. I'm really angry that this thing was even packaged, it's meant to capitolize on the death of Brad Nowell which is a really sad thing. Brad is my favorite singer ever and this music is by all means great, but instead you'd be much better off buying 40 Oz. To Freedom, Robbin The Hood, and Sublime. The real cds.
This thing is just a rehashing of a meager ten songs and misses out on a lot of their greatest songs like Rivers Of Babylon, Right Back, Seed, Same In The End, Boss MC, DJs, etc....
You can't package a band that is as good as Sublime into 10 songs and call it their "greatest", they're too good, every one of their songs is great and this lacks a ton of my favorites. Pick up the first 3 Sublime cds, the acoustic and live cds, and the DVD, avoid this.
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By A Customer on December 9, 2000
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This CD is a disgrace to Sublime. I mean, 10 songs?! All of Sublime's recordings have about 20 tracks each, and whoever compiled this actually thinks that 10 songs do these musical geniuses justice? I just don't understand. OK, I admit, the songs included on this CD are good, but they are nothing but the tip of the iceberg when it comes to Sublime. Where are songs like Right Back, KRS-1, Boss DJ, Greatest Hit, Don't Push; the songs that truely represent what Sublime was about. This CD is nothing but a poor corperate attempt to make money off of Bradley's death and to get every dollar they can out of the Sublime name. I just don't understand why they would even bother putting this out. Where are Same In The End, Waiting For My Ruca, Caress Me Down, Get Ready (The Bong Song for those of you who own Sinsemilla)? This CD is missing a whole lot, and to tell you the truth, it makes me sick to think that it even exists. Where is Jailhouse, or Romeo? It baffles me why the people responsible for this abbomination even attempted a Greatest Hits LP. Every Sublime song is appealing and has so many aspects to it, that to single out 10 songs that are basically just mainstream Sublime songs doesn't do them justice. So, basically, to anyone who can truely call themself a Sublime fan, this CD is a total waste of money. If you are just getting into Sublime and want a little taste of what they are about, this LP will get you started, but it is in no way a testiment to what Sublime truely is. It gets 3 stars simply because no Sublime CD deserves to have 1.
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Sublime is one of the best bands of all time, and to make a Greatest Hits album that only features 10 songs is a disgrace. There are so many Sublime songs left off this album that it is even hard to begin. They left off great songs such as Same in the End, April 29 1992, Waiting for my Ruca, and Dont Push, but that is not all. I am an owner of all 6 sublime albums (2nd Hand Smoke, Self-Titled, 40 oz., Robbin Da Hood, Acoustic, and Stand by your Van) and there were so many tracks that were great songs but were not as well-known but should definitely make any compilation of their best songs such as Pawn Shop, Ballad of Johnny Butt, Caress me Down, Were Only Gonna die from our own Arrogance, and Rivers of Babylon.
I think somebody should make a real Sublime CD to truly showcase all of their great songs, not just the 10 biggest radio hits.
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By A Customer on January 31, 2000
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I have seven of sublime's c.d.'s (40oz.,robbin the hood,self titled, second hand smoke,live,acoustic,greatest hits.) They are my favorite band and all but this album was a disappointment. It did not have very good songs on it if you ask me. Why was it only 10 songs long? Heres an idea for the future, how about a c.d. with only the rare tracks that are only on the bootleg albums?
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This album is INCREDIBLE! It has a diverse range of types of music, as the band is known for reggae, rock, pop, and just about anything in between. I highly recommend this to people who may not be fans but who happen to like many of their popular songs. It is probably good for fans too, but most fans will already have all the songs on this album from their personal collection of Sublime's various albums.
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Every song on this CD is a winner. The best sound I have found in a long time. I took a chance with a band I wasn't aware of and I am so glad that I did! I have a five disk player and this CD is always on it. I can't get enough of it! Take a chance--you'll love it!
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By Dakota on September 5, 2014
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This cd has most of sublime's good songs. I like it and its a great deal. Was having trouble getting it to download at first. First album ive had trouble with. I eventually got it. Well worth the money.
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Okay, I can't believe they actually released a Sublime Greatest Hits. I can see a greatest hits album for a classic rock group with 25 CDs, but Sublime? With 2 full CDs? Get "40 oz. to Freedom" and "Sublime". Trust me. The entire albums are great, and the songs go with each other really well. It's almost like taking Pink Floyd's "Another Break in the Wall" tracks and seperating them, it doesn't sound as cool. They really skimped 40 oz. to Freedom on this one as well, believe me it's a better album, and taking the "What I got" and "Wrong way" VIDEO songs as the last two tracks was a big mistake, c'mon now... you mean to tell me that 40 oz. had 2 or 3 good songs? Hmmm... I don't think so. Don't buy this album if you like Sublime, you'll thank me later.
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