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Labels: heavy metalMetallicaVideos. The next morning, Sublime arrived armed with a pitcher of margaritas. A drug stash supposed to last the duration of recording barely made it a few days. Needing a re-up, Nowell sent a friend back to L. Wilson says that for the most part in Austin, he and Gaugh stuck to beer and weed. What else? Well, Lou Dog scratched up all the floors of the studio. When Sublime decided to hit the sauna, they draped a towel over a light bulb and set the chamber on fire.

They borrowed a white Chevy Suburban that belonged to Pedernales and promptly crashed it. They wrecked the condominiums that had been provided to them, and had to be moved at least three times. Happoldt swears to this day that it was actually a Charlie Chaplin toothbrush stache. After a break to play some SXSW shows, the tailspin accelerated.

It was normalcy. Depressed, he spiraled down to Mexico for a bootleg valium spree. The cleaning crew at Arlyn fretted over the needles they found. Enraged, Nowell fired Leary, his manager, and everyone else he had the capacity to dismiss. Later that evening, he calmed down and called up Leary to let him know that he understood and respected his decision. In the a. Bradley had apparently agreed to check back into rehab. To understand Sublime is to understand the telepathy of Nowell, Gaugh, and Wilson, which is to understand the cultural dialect of Long Beach.

The two cities are naturally intertwined: same county, same radio stations, same smog. Different sets, but the same gangs.

The differences are subtle to outsiders but significant to anyone attuned to the socioeconomic and tattoo differences among thetheand the area codes let alone when the split off around the time that Sublime dropped 40oz.

It is to L. He could write pop hits off a Gershwin flip and then have them remixed by Snoop and the Pharcyde. That was Sublime, that was Long Beach. Imagine if mayonnaise could surf. Bradley was raised hood-adjacent; in the O. Latin jazz, hip-hop, rock … Cal Tjader on one corner, P-Funk on the next. His father, Jim, was a successful general contractor; his mother, Nancy, taught piano and flute, and sang with perfect pitch.

It was a musical lineage. At family parties, the Nowells and their kin brought out guitars, banjos, and harmonicas for impromptu jam sessions, sing-alongs, and dances. A lot of Patsy Cline, Waylon Jennings, and Hank Williams, too, especially after Jim went through his urban cowboy phase shortly after the divorce. Born in Long Beach, most of his first 10 years were spent on a Tustin Hills plot of land that led out into the old Irvine Ranch.

These were the last days of agrarian Orange County, where his backyard abutted asparagus fields and orange groves. After his parents split, the quiet and shy book obsessive, who loved surfing and sailing, became increasingly rowdy. He was either completely out of control or sedated. In the wake of the marital dissolution, Jim and Bradley took a father-and-son trip to the Virgin Islands, which exposed the younger Nowell to the Caribbean sounds that captured his imagination.

Shortly thereafter, he met Eric Wilson at tryouts for a junior high band. Wilson hailed from a multigenerational clan of musicians. His father, Billy, a big band jazz drummer, had one of those vagabond 20th-century adventurer careers that might as well have come straight out of a Jack London novel.

His career ended in the Long Beach Municipal Band, which offered a decent pension and the time to teach everything he knew to his trumpet-player-turned-bassist son and his End Of Rope - Kottonmouth Kings - Mile High (CD friend, Bud Gaugh. Apart from the usual candidates Bad Brains, the Minutemen, the Wailers, the Clash, the Dead Kennedys, Millions of Dead Cops, dozens of other canonized and forgotten punk, reggae, and classic rock bandsBill Wilson was the most formative early influence on what eventually became Sublime.

I did my tour of duty playing USO shows. You were playing popular music. They were classical, and I was playing the punk rock of the time. Rock stardom beckoned, but the gap between reality and expectation remained distant. Wilson started ditching class and doing drugs and ended up in continuation school. Gaugh was slightly more academically oriented, but skipped higher education. Nowell was the exception. Even though he was already snorting coke, smoking weed, and drinking heavily by his mid-teens, an innate scholasticism earned him admission to UC Santa Cruz.

A photo excavated for the documentary Sublime perfectly captures Nowell at His dorm room walls are decorated with Surf magazine cutouts and handbills of Burning Spear and Bunny Wailer concerts. Unlike the historical majority of white Santa Cruz reggae bros, Bradley does not sport dreads.

Sublime officially began on Ocean Boulevard, a fact so absurd that it had to be true. Gaugh had just been bailed out of jail for some minor indiscretion and was back home playing in punk bands alongside Wilson. Seems pretty clean-cut—is he gonna be able to keep up with us? In the grand tradition of bands picking their name by randomly looking up words in the dictionary, they settled on Sublime. After school got out two months later, Nowell transferred to Cal State Long Beach to be closer to his bandmates.

But he eventually dropped out a semester short of graduation. Sublime had become a monomaniacal obsession. Those first few years of the band are easily mythologized, and for good reason. To start booking shows, they recorded a sneakily fully formed five-song demowhich became known as the Zepeda Tape.

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