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Sublime - It All Seems So Silly In The Long Run - Live Recordings 1994-1996 FLAC album


Performer: Sublime
Genre: Rock / Reggae
Title: It All Seems So Silly In The Long Run - Live Recordings 1994-1996
Released: 1996
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Sublime is the third and final studio album by American ska punk band Sublime. Produced by Paul Leary and David Kahne, the album was released on July 30, 1996 in the United States by MCA Records. Sublime formed in 1988 in Long Beach, California by vocalist/guitarist Bradley Nowell, bassist Eric Wilson, and drummer Bud Gaugh. The trio toured heavily from their inception while developing their sound.

This is the discography of Sublime, an American ska punk band formed in Long Beach, California that consisted of Bradley Nowell (vocals and guitar), Bud Gaugh (drums) and Eric Wilson (bass guitar). Over the band's eight-year career, they released three studio albums, as well as a live album, five compilation albums, three EPs, one box set, five official singles and four tribute albums. In total, the band sold 1. million albums in the United States.

14 Pawnshop, Dj's Dub. 8:59. 15 Same In The End. 2:36.

I don't practice Santeria, I ain't got no crystal ball Well, I had a million dollars, but I'd, I'd spend it all If I could find that jaina and that Sancho that she's found Well, I'd pop a cap in sancho and I'd slap her down

Album + Compilation + Live. Sublime, The Wesley Willis Fiasco. Founded in: Long Beach, California, United States. Dissolved: 1996-05-25 (10 years). Dissolved in: San Francisco, California, United States. Area: Long Beach, California, United States.

I had already loved this live (triple) album in the '70s, when I was young, so maybe I am not emotionally flat about it. I think that almost all these songs deserve being kept in the treasure of prog rock music. The wonderful thing about "Yesssongs" is that most of the songs are not just "warmer" than the original studio versions, they are often even musically richer. Great album and the best live recording of Yes. There are a number of different CD releases of this album which was originally a triple vinyl recording. One of which is a Japanese HDCD version which seems to sell for astronomical amounts. The highest musicianship, amazing technical prowess, power and subtlety all wrapped up in one sublime album. If you like Yes you'll have it anyway.

Left Sided Music Productions 2010. The sounds of artists such as John Lee Hooker, J. B. Lenoir, Son House, just to mention a few, were interwoven in the air with the strong, contagious and difficult sounds of Albert Ayler, Sun Ra, Ornette Coleman and, above all, Cecil Taylor. I remember the day when the notes of the album Interstellar Space by John Coltrane made me rejoice for their outstanding formal coherence and overall rigour. Free Jazz is the period to which I'm the closest. Even today, I listen with pleasure to those records.

The Long Run is the sixth studio album by American rock group the Eagles. It was released in 1979, on Asylum in the United States and in the United Kingdom. This was the first Eagles album to feature Timothy B. Schmit, who had replaced founding member Randy Meisner and the last full studio album to feature Don Felder before his termination from the band in 2001. This was the band's final studio album for Asylum Records, and would turn out to be their last studio album until 2007's Long Road Out of Eden.

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1 Intro 0:49
2 Don't Push Medley: Right Back / New Thrash / Let's Go Get Stoned 11:42
3 40 Oz. 3:12
4 Greatest Hits 3:30
5 Hope 1:43
6 Scarlet Begonias 3:32
7 It Don't Work 4:15
8 STP 2:57
9 Badfish 3:04
10 Poolshark 2:24
11 Courtney
Vocals – Courtney Love
2:29
12 Krs One 4:52
13 Smoke 2 Joints 2:31
14 Pawnshop / Dj's Dub 8:59
15 Same In The End 2:36
16 Sound Check 5:25

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Credited to Lil' Mike of "Junk Records" (a sarcastic take on Skunk Records)

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