RE/MX: High Fidelity

Sublime - “Smoke Two Joints”

By David Jenison

Two months after the tragic death of Sublime frontman Bradley Nowell, the band released its classic self-titled album, which spent more than two years on the Billboard 200 album chart. Four years earlier, the trio released its breakthrough debut, 40oz. to Freedom, which includes this cover of the classic 1983 song by The Toyes.

 

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