Advantages Great album
Disadvantages Might blow out speakers due to excessive rocking out
There have been a couple of Sublime tribute albums floating around for awhile, but this is by far the best one. Of course you can never out do Bradley Nowell, the king. But what you can do is get a bunch of friends together and jam to all of the greatest song of Sublime in rememberance.
Jack Johnson starts off this tribute with a melodic version of "Badfish" and transcends the song into "Boss DJ". Then other greats such as Michael Franti from Spearhead, Fishbone, No Doubt, The Ziggens, G Love, Ozomatli, Pennywise and Los Lobos give their versions on songs like "What I Got", "Date Rape", " Doin' Time", "Pawn Shop", "Paddle Out", "Greatest Hits", "April 29th 1992".
Avail does an awesome twist with "Santeria" by adding a more punk feel to it.
This album is full of alot of great ska, punk, rock, and reggae all in the style of Sublime.
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|How does it compare to the artist's other releases||Outstanding|
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