Hailing proudly from Long Beach, Sublime has been one of the biggest KROQ bands over the past 20 years. Forming in 1988, they recorded only three albums–40oz to Freedom, Robbin’ the Hood, and Sublime–before frontman Bradley Nowell died of a heroin overdose in 1996.
And while Sublime’s first two albums were successful in their own right (40oz has sold over 2 millions copies), it was Sublime’s self titled album, released shortly after Nowell’s death, that would cement their legacy as one of the biggest KROQ bands of all time.
Check out this interview from KROQ Weenie Roast 1995, where Sublime talks music and KROQ, Bradley kisses band mascot Lou Dog, and even features a cameo from Ron Jeremy.
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