Though they have come to be one of the defining bands of the '90s, and an entire era of alt-rock, the number of people who actually got to see Sublime live in their heyday is remarkably small. They wouldn't experience their major breakthrough until the tragic death of Bradley Nowell, so most of their shows up until the immediate tours after 40oz to Freedom started gaining traction a year after it's release took place in impromptu settings at house parties, barbecues, and bars. There have been many, many bootlegs produced of these shows, but none can boast what $5 at the Door does: It's the best sounding live recording of the band at their pre-Sublime prime, capturing their 1994 set at Tressel Tavern, as they knock out Grateful Dead covers and sound like a runaway train car that is laying it's own track as it rambles down the tracks.
Though they have come to be one of the defining bands of the '90s, and an entire era of alt-rock, the number of people who actually got to see Sublime live in their heyday is remarkably small. They wouldn't experience their major breakthrough until the tragic death of Bradley Nowell, so most of their shows up until the immediate tours after 40oz to Freedom started gaining traction a year after it's release took place in impromptu settings at house parties, barbecues, and bars. There have been many, many bootlegs produced of these shows, but none can boast what $5 at the Door does: It's the best sounding live recording of the band at their pre-Sublime prime, capturing their 1994 set at Tressel Tavern, as they knock out Grateful Dead covers and sound like a runaway train car that is laying it's own track as it rambles down the tracks.
196925061636
Sublime - $5 At The Door (Live At Tressel Tavern, 1994) [2LP]

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Format: Vinyl
Label: Surfdog
Rel. Date: 04/21/2023
UPC: 196925061636

$5 At The Door (Live At Tressel Tavern, 1994) [2LP]
Artist: Sublime
Format: Vinyl
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Don't Push / Right Back / New Thrash
2. Work That We Do
3. 40Oz. to Freedom
4. House of Suffering
5. Badfish
6. Leaving Babylon
7. Prison Oval Rock
8. We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance
9. Let's Go Get Stoned
10. Pool Shark
11. STP
12. I'm Not a Loser
13. Scarlet Begonias
14. Loving / Good Hole College
15. Cost of Living
16. DJ's
17. Saw Red
18. Jah Is My Light / Greatest Hits
19. Jailhouse
20. 54-46 That's My Number+B77
21. Date R\*
22. Ebin
23. Youth Are Getting Restless
24. Romantic Girl / Winner Takes All
25. Myage
26. Slow Ride

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Though they have come to be one of the defining bands of the '90s, and an entire era of alt-rock, the number of people who actually got to see Sublime live in their heyday is remarkably small. They wouldn't experience their major breakthrough until the tragic death of Bradley Nowell, so most of their shows up until the immediate tours after 40oz to Freedom started gaining traction a year after it's release took place in impromptu settings at house parties, barbecues, and bars. There have been many, many bootlegs produced of these shows, but none can boast what $5 at the Door does: It's the best sounding live recording of the band at their pre-Sublime prime, capturing their 1994 set at Tressel Tavern, as they knock out Grateful Dead covers and sound like a runaway train car that is laying it's own track as it rambles down the tracks.
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