SUBLIME TRIBUTE MEN'S T-SHIRT
Full fit bodies designed for maximum comfort. Made of soft durable 100% pre-shrunk cotton.
The mid 90’s were dominated by a tired Grunge Rock sound that had enveloped nearly every facet of popular culture, until three stoners from Long Beach, California burst onto the scene with their self-titled 1996 effort Sublime, whose effortless fusion of Ska, Punk, and Reggae helped transform the landscape of modern music.
Bradley Nowell, Bud Gaugh, and Eric Wilson languished in obscurity for several years before their More You Know inspired public service announcement “Date Rape” (off their 1992 debut album 40 Oz. to Freedom), began receiving heavy airplay on Southern California’s influential KROQ radio station.
Sadly, it wasn’t until after Nowell died from a heroin overdose in 1996 that Sublime’s popularity truly took hold, with songs such as “What I Got”, “Wrong Way”, and “Santeria” becoming overnight sensations.
Influenced by: Bob Marley, Bad Brains, Minor Threat, Red Hot Chili Peppers