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The story of Sublime is full of sad, strange twists, but this is perhaps the strangest: Since frontman Brad Nowell overdosed before his band became a phenomenon, before he had a chance to become a bona fide rock star, his death has been oddly free of the mythic impact of so many rock star flameouts. Sublime's success has come as a slow-building surprise, rather than in a rush of mourning, and it's been based on the sweet fun Nowell cooked up during his too-short 28-year love affair with punk, hip-hop, reggae and whatever other music he could lay his hands on. Bradley Nowell died on May 25, 1996, in a San Francisco hotel room, after shooting up some heroin that was much more potent than the brown Mexican tar he was used to. His death came seven days after his wedding to Troy Denkker, who'd given birth to their son, Jakob, 11 months before the release of Sublime, the album that would make his band famous.
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Record Store Day Bonanza! added on March 22nd, 2013 We will be releasing 3 (three!) vinyl pieces from the ‘Heed family. The Afterman: Descension, “Big Beige Demos” on COKE BOTTLE CLEAR vinyl, Davenport Cabinet ‘s Our Machine on BLUE vinyl, AND… The Prize Fighter Inferno on special GLOW IN THE DARK vinyl.
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History has proved that every time a prevailing culture grows stagnant, a new artistic uprising takes place in order to wash away the past and look toward the future. For the past seven years Mukilteo, Washington's own The Fall Of Troy has been ignoring fleeting musical and fashion trends as its members have embarked on a quest to cultivate their own unique brand of progressive rock—and that process is culminating with the release of the trio's fourth album In The Unlikely Event (October 6, 2009/Equal Vision).