|1. Waiting For Bud|
|2. Steady B Loop Dub|
|3. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. l|
|4. Pool Shark [Original]|
|5. Steppin' Razor|
|7. Free Loop Dub/Q-Ball|
|8. Saw Red|
|9. Work That We Do|
|10. Lincoln Highway Dub|
|11. Pool Shark (Acoustic)|
|12. Cisco Kid|
|13. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. ll|
|15. Boss D.J.|
|16. I Don't Care Too Much For Reggae Dub|
|17. Falling Idols|
|18. All You Need|
|19. Freeway Time In LA County Jail|
See all 22 tracks on this disc
I'll be honest, I did get into Sublime in '96 with the release of their S/T album and I thought it was a great album back then. After a few listens to 40 oz though, I realized it was a much better CD. People told me that Robbin the Hood was a bad album and that I should stay away from it, so I decided not to buy it. Finally I decided to get this album and listen for myself to see how good it was, and I'm damn glad I did! This CD is now my favorite Sublime CD, with 40 oz as a close second.
Unless you're 15 or something and just getting into Sublime, I might understand why you dont like this CD, because your used to all the crap that's on the radio these days and Sublime's S/T album is their most mainstream one. Get 40 oz though, and once you like that more than the S/T, get this and give it a few spins and you'll see what I mean.
The Raleigh interludes between songs are strange, yet hilarious. I think that old man really was crzy.
The songs "Boss DJ" and "Mary" and the accoustic "Pool Shark" are so good, and really show Bradley's songwriting ability. "Saw Red" with Gwen Stefani is a great duet that is so fun to sing along with.
Overall, this cd really brings out the bands personality. There is a great variety of songs, some are on other cd's but not many. It is a great part of the Sublime collection.
If you are a fan, this cd is a definite must have. If you buy, you will enjoy.
After coming home from work, I placed Robbin' The Hood in the stereo system.
Settling myself next to the bar, I asked Beth to hand me a beer. Read more
1.Waiting for Bud. Read more