Robbin' The Hood

Robbin' The Hood

Artist: Sublime

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Format: CD
Label: MCA
Catalog: 11475
Genre: Rock/Pop
Released: 07/23/1996
UPC: 008811147525

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Robbin' The Hood
Robbin' The Hood

Artist: Sublime
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DISC: 1
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1. Waiting For Bud
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2. Steady B Loop Dub
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3. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. I
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4. Pool Shark - (original)
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5. Steppin' Razor
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6. Greatest-Hits
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7. Free Loop Dub / Q-Ball
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8. Saw Red
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9. Work That We Do
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10. Lincoln Highway Dub
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11. Pool Shark - (acoustic)
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12. Cisco Kid
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13. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. II
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14. STP
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15. Boss D.J.
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16. I Don't Care Too Much For Reggae Dub
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17. Falling Idols
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18. All You Need
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19. Freeway Time in la County Jail
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20. Mary
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21. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. III
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22. (Untitled) - (hidden track)
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23. Don't Push
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Long Beach garage kings Sublime rode the cresting wave of late-'80s/early-'90s Cali punk to a well-received 1996 major-label debut whose success was overshadowed by tragedy: frontman Brad Nowell died of a heroin overdose just a month before its release. This 1994 album was their freshman indie outing and the record that largely secured their ticket to the majors. Instead of building on the energetic, if formulaic, punk-reggae fusion of their 1992 40 Oz. to Freedom (with its sometimes awkward, too-dumb-to-be-ironic lyrical bent), Robbin' displays a Nowell whose slow evolution as a songwriter is more than compensated by an eager plundering of old-school rap influences and ska beats. It's a record that moves the band beyond often-stultifying punk clichés to a true musical adventure whose buoyant sense of discovery is almost palpable, and one that proves that their '96 big-label breakthrough was no accident.