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Everything Under the Sun [Box Set] Box set, NTSC, Best of, Explicit Lyrics


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Disc: 1
1. Roots Of Creation
2. Ebin (O.G.)
3. Ball And Chain
4. Date Rape Stylee
5. Perfect World
6. Johnny Too Bad Freestyle
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Disc: 2
1. Youth Are Getting Restless
2. Scarlet Begonias
3. Right Back
4. New Thrash
5. Jailhouse
6. Pawn Dub
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Disc: 3
1. Marley Medley
2. Paddle Out (Ruff Mix)
3. Caress Me Dub
4. Foolish Fool
5. Westwood One Interview
6. 89 Vision
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60 audio tracks, 20 video tracks, including rare, live demos and outtakes. Demos from 1988-1996 including original demo of 'Date Rape'. Live audio including performances with Bad Brains' HR, as well as the classic Grateful Dead cover 'Scarlet Begonias'. Acoustic tracks including 'Wrong Way' and 'Boss DJ.' Outtakes including their cover of Peter Tosh's 'Legalize It,' and the 'Doin' Time' remix by Snoop Dogg. The DVD contains 4 cuts from the legendary two night run at LA's House Of Blues, 'Saw Red' featuring Gwen Stefani from the KROQ Weenie Roast In 1995, unseen videos, and more. 3 unreleased tracks feature on the package.

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Thank fans for this completist's dream: they petitioned the remaining members of the Sublime, a decade after Bradley Nowell's death by misadventure, to disgorge this collection of rarities, outtakes, and unreleased material. While a little overwhelming in its sheer volume, it deftly illustrates what a compelling shape-shifter Nowell was, even during his most discombobulated and boozy moments. Those unvarnished moments are captured here--taken from backstage parties, live radio shows, and their very first demos--along with some of the bands' more formed moments, whether sharing a stage with Gwen Stefani or being remixed by Long Beach crony Snoop Dogg before he became Top Dogg. Whether channeling the acerbic and fearless sound of Bad Brains (H.R. appears here on a cover of his "Shame in Dem Game"), duplicating the vocal idiosyncrasies and guitar angst of Jimi Hendrix on a song like "Voodoo (Part 2)," or inhabiting the righteous ire of "Catch a Fire" Bob Marley, this collection is a sonic history of a band in the process of becoming one the more seminal purveyors of ska punk, and multiplatinum artists as a result. An evolutionary history, really, this exhaustive collection includes some rather revelatory film footage, including an impish MTV interview prior to their Warped Tour appearance and another one conducted in tandem with Washington, D.C., hardcore avatars Minor Threat. --Jaan Uhelszki

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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Sublime Box DVD Easter Egg April 25 2007
By Marco Esquandola - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Check out the two easter eggs on the boxset's DVD, live versions of "Pool Shark" and "DJ".

To access "DJ," on the Main Menu keep the highlight on the option for 'Roll It' and press the arrow keys on your DVD remote in this order: Right, Down, Left, Up, Right, Down, Left, Up. This will automatically play the clip.

To access "Pool Shark," on the second menu page for 'The Cuts' put the highlight on "Main Menu" and press the arrow keys on your DVD remote in this order: Right, Left, Right, Left, Up, Up, Down, Down. This will change the highlight to the color green and then press the Enter/OK button on your remote to access it.

And if you haven't taken the time to notice, each menu is a full-length song, bonus tracks in their own right.
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Decent collection for true fanatics Nov. 14 2006
By Stephen B. Ring - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This box set is a good buy for die-hard fans, but I would guess most of them have already acquired most of these rarities one way or another. As one of those fans, I was surprised that certain songs were not included, such as "Kingstep Dub", "Romantic Girl", "Saw Red/Bandelero", and the original mix of "Get Out!". Also, I was disappointed with the lack of liner notes. With all the cover songs, resung lyrics, reworked versions, and recycling of classic reggae riddims, I was hoping for notes on how Bradley Nowell came to use this material -- I think it would have benefitted fans who don't have an appreciation of Sublime's overwhelmingly Jamaican influences. Plus, these influences need to be given credit: Don Carlos (beginning part of "Lou Makes Friends" taken from his "Lazer Beam"), Half Pint ("Great Stone", parts of "At It Again" from his "Dancehall Vibes"), Yellowman (parts of "Roots of Creation" from his "Mi Believe/Summer Holiday"), Roots Radics/Barrington Levy ("Soundcheck Jam" riddim is from their "Send a Moses"), iNi Kamoze ("Doin' Time" line from his "Jump for Jah")... among others. The DVD of live material and video collages is worth a look, although I admit I skipped through a lot of it. Even though I'm a big fan of Sublime, I can't deny that their live performances lacked professionalism. It was obvious that they didn't rehearse enough for their shows, and even Sublime collaborator Marshall Goodman commented (in the documentary "Stories, Tales, Lies, & Exaggerations") on how Bradley was frequently so intoxicated that he couldn't perform well and often stopped playing his guitar mid-song. Perhaps I'm expecting too much from a band that originally played shows for beer. Anyway, highlights of this box set for me were "Ball & Chain", "Perfect World", "Get Out!" (acoustic), "Foolish Fool", and definitely the awesome acoustic versions of "Wrong Way" and "New Realization". Worth buying for these few gems, but I think casual listeners may find some of the other material to be sloppy.
11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Almost everything under the sun Nov. 16 2006
By Arin Mikailian - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I agree with the previous reviews..the album is ONLY for the truest and hardcore of Sublime fans. Non-fans or casual fans will immediately be turned off by the live sound quality and will not be able to look beyond it to understand Sublime's genius talent of superbly talented improvisational performances and songwriting. My only complaint is that the title of the album is a lie. Die hard Sublime fans know all the unreleased songs, and a few of their best were not included in this box set. Case in point, romantic girl, bandolero, pass me the lazerbeam, world of inflation, MTM, total hate (with Gwen Stefani) and kingstep. Personally, it doesn't bother me that those songs were not included because I already have them and have been listening to them on a regular basis for years. But I believe those songs would have been the clinching factor for any new or curious fans to truly grasp to uniqueness and originality that flew through the band mates of this Long Beach trio. But all in all, good effort, near perfection...let Bradley Nowell's spirit carry on to the next millenium.

"Lord have his grilled cheese,"

Brad Nowell

R.I.P
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
A Sublime Fan's Wet Dream Nov. 14 2006
By Benjamin Fedigan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
First and foremost, I have to stress that this anthology is for hardcore Sublime fans only. I doubt that anyone with only a mild interest in the band would enjoy this very much.

That said, being a hardcore Sublime fan, this is the most amazing thing to hit the record stores in a long time. This is like the Beatles Anthology for Sublime. It is packed with unreleased, live, rare and demo stuff. It also includes an actual unreleased studio track (likely mixed after Nowell's death) called "Foolish Fool". Even if you a lot of these songs via bootleg, they have all been remastered and the sound quality is drastically improved.

If you are a Sublime fanatic, you need this. Best $50 I ever spent.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A great addition to your collection Jan. 25 2009
By A. Brunelle - Published on Amazon.com
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A lot of songs to go through, but for the most part there are winners here and losers. The live performances are good, but they aren't the same quality as their other albums. I'll go through which songs I thought were good and I won't waste time saying which songs I did not care for.

Songs that are worth listening to off this album:

Roots of Creation
Ball and Chain
Date Rape Stylee
Perfect World
DJs
Get Out!
Mic Control
One Cup of Coffee
Lou Makes Friends
Greatest Hits

Scarlet Begonias
Right Back
New Thrash
Jailhouse
STP
Badfish
We're only gonna die
Legalize it
5446
All You need
Prophet

Paddle Out
Foolish Fool
89 Vision (although it is censored from original version)
Wrong Way
Boss DJ
Real Situation
Date Rape Live

If you look through this list and are a Sublime fan, you probably have heard many of these songs before and another version may or may not be to your liking. I would say that if you are a hardcore Sublime fan, this is for you as a supplement to your existing collection. There are some really good new tracks on here, and some covers of songs I've never heard before. Most of these tracks are live performances, so the quality isn't as good as studio albums, but it shows in great detail what kind of performer Bradley was. He was usually intoxicated, but he had a lot of raw emotion and even changed up some of his usual songs to be better than the originals.

If you're just a casual fan, stick with the albums. This will only make you feel "out of the loop." It's a lot of music to digest and most of the songs don't sound like the originals.


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