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The success of Sublime was both a blessing and a curse for the band -- a blessing because the group and its lead singer/songwriter, Brad Nowell, were celebrated after his tragic death, and a curse because there's no way the rhythm section could successfully produce a follow-up. There was only one thing to do -- release everything left in the vaults as quickly as possible, since their audience would fade even if they waited one year. So, in 1997, a live and rarities EP entitled What I Got was released in September, followed less than two months later by Second Hand Smoke, a hodgepodge of unreleased tracks from the Sublime sessions. Includes a cover of Bob Marley's "Trenchtown Rock," and a remix of the Gwen Stefani duet "Saw Red."
The success of Sublime was both a blessing and a curse for the band -- a blessing because the group and its lead singer/songwriter, Brad Nowell, were celebrated after his tragic death, and a curse because there's no way the rhythm section could successfully produce a follow-up. There was only one thing to do -- release everything left in the vaults as quickly as possible, since their audience would fade even if they waited one year. So, in 1997, a live and rarities EP entitled What I Got was released in September, followed less than two months later by Second Hand Smoke, a hodgepodge of unreleased tracks from the Sublime sessions. Includes a cover of Bob Marley's "Trenchtown Rock," and a remix of the Gwen Stefani duet "Saw Red."
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Format: CD
Label: MCA
Catalog: 11714
Rel. Date: 11/25/1997
UPC: 008811171421

Second Hand Smoke
Artist: Sublime
Format: CD
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The success of Sublime was both a blessing and a curse for the band -- a blessing because the group and its lead singer/songwriter, Brad Nowell, were celebrated after his tragic death, and a curse because there's no way the rhythm section could successfully produce a follow-up. There was only one thing to do -- release everything left in the vaults as quickly as possible, since their audience would fade even if they waited one year. So, in 1997, a live and rarities EP entitled What I Got was released in September, followed less than two months later by Second Hand Smoke, a hodgepodge of unreleased tracks from the Sublime sessions. Includes a cover of Bob Marley's "Trenchtown Rock," and a remix of the Gwen Stefani duet "Saw Red."
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