Thought this sight was interesting till the first "song fact" i saw on here was wrong. She says Gwen said Brad wrote his vocals for Saw Red in one take.
Gwen was referring to the No Doubt song "Total Hate" which Brad appeared on not Saw Red. And they played this song which was awesome i love this song and sublime.
Bradley never saw the success of Sublime’s final album, which was originally going to be called “Killin’ It”.
He died two months before its release and it seemed more appropriate to give it an eponymous title.
When he talks about being like a dog in the yard and break ups and all that stuff. This is a let me guess the meaning of this song, or if you know it tell, page.
You were just sleeping but they somehow have proof that you were already up. In the song "Greatest Hits" Bradley Nowell tells everyone, "Bert Susanka made me drink." The actual life and times of Bert Susanka don't matter.With its mixture of dub, reggae, and punk music, the band had a unique sound that quickly found a spot in the minds and hearts of its fans. “Steppin’ Razor” (1994): The song may be forgotten because it is a cover of the Peter Tosh classic “Stepping Razor” but that only makes it a hidden gem.Some of the band’s songs, such as “Santeria” and “What I Got” have remained in rotation on radio stations worldwide but they are only a small sampling of the band’s great music. Sublime takes the reggae classic and gives it a unique spin that makes it the band’s own and a fitting tribute to one of the greatest reggae artists of all time. “5446 That’s My Number/Ball and Chain” (1992): The first part of the song is a cover of the reggae hit by Toots & the Maytals and is a fine song all on its own but Sublime pairs it up with and original song in which Nowell waxes poetic about love and commitment and how he does not believe that marriage is a necessity in the modern world.The crowd was a weird mix of people though not sure if i liked it(the crowd not the concert).None of these comments have anything to do with the meaning of the song which from the lyrics looks to me like its about a cheating girl. But seriously this is not a brag about how much you think you know about sublime page.KRS-One blended several genres of lyrics as well as infusing his lyrics and music with social commentary.