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40oz. to Freedom

40oz. to Freedom

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by Sublime

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Sublime   Primary Artist
Brad   Bass,Guitar,Percussion,Conga,Vocals,Sampling
Adam   Conga,Vocals
Miguel   Organ,Guitar,Piano,Vocals,Sampling
Chris Hauser   Trumpet
Marshall Goodman   Drums,Turntables,Vocals
Bud Gaugh   Drums,Sampling
Todd Foreman   Saxophone
Brian Wallace   Baritone Saxophone
Duane Hartman   Alto Saxophone
Nick Martin   Trombone

Technical Credits

Brenton Dowe   Composer
Anthony   Engineer
Miguel   Sonic Manipulation
Steve   Engineer
Trevor McNaughton   Composer
Sublime   Producer
Wade   Engineer
Brad Nowell   Composer
Opie Gibran Ortiz   Illustrations

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40oz. to Freedom 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 17 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have all the Sublime albums and I never get tired of listening to this one.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD has spun more than any other in my collection. If you don't have it, get it. If you can't afford it, steal it.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is a great. Its probably their best. The beats rule!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
...when Sublime can pack tracks like these? One of those rare listen-through albums.
Guest More than 1 year ago
words can not express the greatness of this cd... it is the best. all other sublime cds rock!
Guest More than 1 year ago
From the first drum beat on ''Ramona'' to the ending credits, Sublime cut this album with no definite audience in mind. Their fusion of reggae, rock and punk reaches far outside and in between genres of music. The lyrics range from social commentary to social farce, providing entertainment and brain food at the same time. ''40 oz to freedom'' mixes laid-back, California style reggae beats with thrashing punk ballads to produce a classic CD that is a must have for any collection. This is the kind of music that oldies stations will be playing twenty years from now.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Best album to be released in the 90s listened to it I bet it will get you where you want to be.
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sublime is by far one of the greatest bands of all time. timeless music that everyone can chill to
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is possibly the best album Sublime has produced. There isn't a bad song on this record, not to mention, the more you listen to it, the better it gets. Whether you are a raggae, ska, or punk fan, you will love this Cd, guarenteed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
this Cd is a must for anyone interested in great music. This is the best Sublime CD.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Five stars the best album ever made my favorite band.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Every song on this album is a classic. 40 oz. To Freedom, probley one of Sublime's greatest works, simply kicks...All the songs on this album especially We're Only Gonna Die For Our Own Ignorance ,a song by Greg Graffin the singer for Bad Religion, has awesome distortion guitar with a great reggae bass.40 Oz. To Freedom the title song has a great vocals and a musical like feel to it.Waiting For my Ruca a vocally driven song has a low bass line and some cool drums.Smoke Two Joints a reggae classic starts with a clip fom an old movie then in comes the bass with the guitar. Bradley sings all of his vocals with amazing clarity. But the coolest song would probley be Date Rape awesome bass bass,trumpets and a cool reggae pattern. KRS One has dubs at perfect times and amazing acoustic guitar.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Well, if you are new to Sublime, you probably got a newer album. If you're looking for a second, I highly recomend this one. If you havn't gotten an abum yet, this should be your first.
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