Stream Tensnake 'Love Sublime' F. Nile Rodgers & Fiora | Prefix
... on are naturally very disco, I love it!"The producer's upcoming album will also feature collaborations with Jamie Lidell, Stuart Price (Jacques Lu Cont), Jeremy Glenn, and more vocals from Fiora. It is titled Glow and will be released on March 10, 2014 via Virgin EMI. Glow Tracklist: 01. First Song 02. Love Sublime
(feat. Nile Rodgers & Fiora) 03. Feel Of Love (Tensnake & Jacques Lu Cont feat. Jamie Lidell) 04. No Colour 05. Ten Minutes 06. Kill The Time (feat. Fiora) 07. Selfish (feat. Jeremy Glenn) 08. Good Enough To keep (feat. Nile Rodgers & Fiora) 09. Holla 10. Listen Everybody (feat. Fiora) 11. See Right Through (feat. Fiora) 12. No Relief (feat. Fiora) 13. Things Left To Say 14. 58 BPM (feat. Fiora) 15. Last Song Stream the new single below: [Fact Mag] Previous · Sponsored Content Stream Tensnake 'Love Sublime
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Emblem3 Have Nothing To Lose On 'Justin Timberlake Meets Sublime' Debut Album
... song to gear up for a memorable night out. " 'Cause we're teenage kings pretending we're famous/ And we won't leave til someone gets shameless," the guys sing on the track, which Drew said was inspired by the flick "Project X," about a group of teens who throw an epic party."It's like a nerdy freshman that goes to a sick party," Wes said. "My perspective is like it's coming from a nerd because he's pretending to be like a teenage king at this party." What is your favorite song on Nothing to Lose? Let us know in the comments below! Emblem3 Have Nothing To Lose On 'Justin Timberlake Meets Sublime
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Relix Exclusive First Listen & Look: Live Sublime
... Relix is now sharing an exclusive first listen and viewing from Sublime
's first-ever official live album/DVD package 3 Ring Circus: Live at The Palace October 21, 1995. The videos of "Ebin," "Badfish" and "Fallen Idols" are from the Palace show and are part of the full show included on the first DVD. A second DVD is included with 23 songs taken from a separate show on February 17, 1995 at the Las Palmas Theater in Hollywood. The preview is also accompanied by an excerpt from the release's liner notes, which were written by Sublime
's manager Jon Philips. Check this exclusive first look and listen here. Relix Exclusive First Listen & Look: Live Sublime
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Brad Nowell (vocals, guitar)
Eric Wilson (bass)
Bud Gaugh (drums)
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They played their first show on July 4, 1988 at Harbor Peninsula, a small club in Long Beach, California. As legend has it, the performance initiated a small-scale riot, now known as the Peninsula Riot.
Their first record, 40 Oz. to Freedom, was released through a homemade label, Skunk Records, started by Nowell and Sublime manager Miguel. It sold an amazing 5,000 copies before they were signed to MCA and spent over 50 weeks on Billboard's Alternative New Artist chart.
Nowell died on May 25, 1996 in San Francisco, California from a heroin overdose. Their commercial breakthrough didn't occur until July that year when their third, self-titled album was released. He left behind his wife Troy Nowell and son Jakob Nowell. (thanks, Tristan - Seattle, WA)
Miguel (a.k.a. Michael Happoldt) played a major role in the band, playing several instruments on their first album.
Wilson and Gaugh continued in music after Nowell's death. They formed the Long Beach Dub All-Stars, which released their first album in 1999.
Lou-Dog was the band dog, a Dalmatian. He was name-checked in several songs, not to mention the backing vocals he contributed. Some consider him the fourth member of the band. Once, he was lost in Costa Rica, but was quickly recovered ... in the jungle. Lou-Dog died in 2001.
Artists that have been cited as Sublime influences: Black Flag, the Specials, KRS-One, the Circle Jerks, Selector, Run-D.M.C., and NWA. Artists that Sublime toured with: Firehouse, No Doubt, the Ramones, the Melvins and Butthole Surfers.
Gaugh on politics: "We're pro-choice. We think everyone should have the right to smoke pot or not."
Nowell's first band was formed when he was 13 and was called Hogan's Heroes.
One night, they found a man in a halfway house named Raleigh Theodore Sakers. He began hallucinating and the band pulled out their tape recorder. Some of his ramblings can be heard on their second album, Robbin' the Hood.
The Long Beach Dub Allstars include Marshall Goodman, who was in charge of samples and turntables for Sublime, and singer Opie Ortiz, who did artwork for Sublime.
Brad's heroin addiction got so bad he got the tattoos to his elbow and underarm just to hide his track marks. (thanks, Steve - Mount Prospect, IL)
Bud Gaugh was drunk before one show and decided to go BMX riding. He fell flat on his back and broke two ribs. He finished off the tour and only got minimum medical attention. (thanks, Joe - Farmville, VA)
Brad was the kind of person who liked to sing and smile, he was good at both. He loved his wife Troy and his son Jakob. (thanks, Nicholas W - Tunnel Hill, GA)
Bradley dropped out of college with only one semester left from getting his Bachelor's degree. He was majoring in business. (thanks, Cory - Tallahassee, FL)
After Bradley wore out his Ibanez, he got a custom-built guitar from a friend to which he gave the affectionate name, "The Brown Guitar." It was designed especially for him and now is owned by his family in Long Beach, California. (thanks, Mike - Atlanta, GA)
Sublime's third album was produced by Paul Leary. He was the guitarist for Butthole Surfers. (thanks, John - Detroit, MI)
When Nowell was 11 years old, he went to the Virgin Islands with his dad. This was when he was introduced to Reggae, which greatly influenced his music. (thanks, Kirsten - Apex, NC)
The last show that Sublime played was at Petaluma, California, which took place on May 24, 1996, about 8-12 hours before Nowell was found dead in his hotel room. This is quite a rare recording, as most websites have been forced to remove links to it. However, there are a lot of fans who still hold these recordings. The show was eventually given the name "Play Nice in the Pit." (thanks, James - Blackpool, England)
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