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Sublime

40 Oz. To Freedom

MCA 11474

Released on July 18, 1996


$13.75

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 7 reviews (See Below)
Customer Rating


Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Waiting For My Ruca  5%
2 40oz. To Freedom Voted #2  10%
3 Smoke Two Joints  6%
4 We're Only Gonna Die For Our Arrogance  8%
5 Don't Push  7%
6 5446 That's My Number / Ball And Chain Voted #3  10%
7 Badfish  7%
8 Lets Go Get Stoned  3%
9 New Thrash  2%
10 Scarlet Begonias  3%
11 Live At E's  1%
12 D.J.S  5%
13 Chica Me Tipo  3%
14 Right Back  2%
15 What Happened  1%
16 New Song  2%
17 Ebin  5%
18 Date Rape Voted #1  12%
19 Hope  4%
20 KRS-One  4%
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Andre from Lake Villa, IL 
Apr 26 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Well duh? Why don't you have this album yet stupid? Buy it and love it-- I'm pretty anti-drug, but the songs are still extremely good and don't bother me and shouldn't bother you unless your jerkXedge. . . Great reggae-- buy it and it's all you'll need for summer.

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Jamey from Sheffield, AL 
May 17 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is Sublime's 2nd best CD compared to their self-titled. This is one of those CD's you can blast with the windows down on a summer day and spin it all the way through to the very end. The best tracks are 1 and 2, "Waiting For My Ruca" and "40 Oz. To Freedom". GET THIS CD IF YOU DON'T ALREADY HAVE IT.

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Rob from Morris, NY 
Aug 22 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is sublimes best cd. it has a lot of great chill out songs. very good pop,reggae,punk. this cd is one of my favorites.

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Stuart from Dunstable, United Kingdom 
Jan 25 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Sublime are one of the first alternative bands to utilise such a diverse range of styles in their music, and for that reasons alone they deserve to be remembered. The fact that their music is so brilliant only adds to their legendary status. While always producing good albums Sublime never matched the brilliance of this, their debut album.

"Date Rape" is obviously the song they will always be remembered for most, however "Smoke Two Joints", "Badfish", and "5446..." are in my opinion the best songs on the album. It's just a shame that the band only really took off in terms of poularity after the unfortunate death of singer/guitarist Brad, but in Long Beach Dub Allstars, bassist Eric & Drummer Bud's new band, they have continued to make the sort of music which made Sublime so great.

This album is essential in any punk or ska fan's collection, buy it now!

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Amy from Irving, NY 
Dec 21 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is the best c.d i have ever bought, Sublime is the best band ever. I love the song 40 oz to freedom. I like all the song on the c.d. Most c.d u buy only have a few good song but all the song are the good!!! This ablum is a reggea, skate, punk mix. Ever Sublime fan should have this c.d. it's the shit! RIP Brad

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Reuben from Murrieta, CA 
May 16 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I can't believe that I bought this cd. Cuz like just a couple months ago I was trash talking my sis for liking them, but oh well. The reason I bought it was because I heard date rape on the radio a couple days ago, and I was like, oh my god, I love this song! Then I had to get the album. It was weird since I had heard that song many times before, but for some reason I was only impressed that time. So people say that this is the essential Sublime album, I wouldn't know, but this album is really good, even thought it isn't punk, so I dunno why they sell it on interpunk. Anyways, get this if you got some extra cash.

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Tom from Valencia, PA 
Apr 13 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

By far the best sublime cd out there. People that are more into the punk sound might not like it as much as the s/t, but the cd has the REAL sublime sound. excellent cd, If you're a sublime fan and don't have this in your collection, you're a maniac.

 
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