Bradley Nowell’s Sublime Live

Published on Dec 16, 2015

Originally uploaded on Jul 28, 2007 by EricKeyes
Channel : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCWdL…
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WiMQw…

EricKeyes was lucky enough to see Brad perform in person & he shot this video in Colton, California at the “Showdown at the Ghost Town” show on Oct. 9th 1993.
This is a live performance by Sublime. Thanks to the man behind the camera EricKeyes we can watch the crowds reaction during Bradley’s live performance! As for all Sublime fans not fortunate enough to be present that day we now can witness a sweet piece of music history. Thank you Eric for an opportunity to keep the spirit of Bradley Nowell alive & pass this gift of song to the next generations.
Rest in Peace Bradley Nowell!
The world was robbed of yet another great artist with the loss of you!

‘Two months before the release of his band’s finest album, Bradley Nowell stuck a needle in his arm and died. In the 18 months since, Sublime has become the biggest rock act of 1997”, quote by Mark Kemp from the Dec. 25th 1997 issue of Rolling Stone Magazine.
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Bradley Nowell’s Sublime Live

Jen’s Opinion = I can’t help but to be sickened.  Whenever the world losses the opportunity to receive the “gifts of music” from our lost artists…

Sublime “We’re Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance”

Published on Dec 16, 2015

Sublime’s cover of ‎Bad Religion’s”We’re Only Gonna Die” . Originally written by ‎Greg Graffin and recorded by Bad Religion back in ‎1981, released in 1982 on the album How Could Hell Be Any Worse?.
After many live performances of this famous Bad Religion cover title, Sublime recorded a studio version naming it “We’re Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance”. In 1992 it was added to their 40 Oz. to Freedom album.
“We’re Only Gonna Die” is also covered by bands: Biohazard, & Tripping Daisy.
Also referred to as “Modern Man”, originally called”We’re Only Gonna Die”.
Music categories: Ska Punk / Reggae Rock / Punk Rock

.Watch Live Recording in 3D

Jen’s Opinion =  Sublime Rocks!