The ska punk band Sublime made a splash in southern California in the mid-90s. After their third album became an unlikely chart success, it looked as if they were on their way to international fame. That was until their lead singer, Brad Nowell, died of a heroin overdose in 1996. As a result, the band's legacy is fiercely cherished within its home state, and their fans are still incredibly devoted (the band is actually touring in a very compromised capacity to this day, but I won't go into that).
In the sunny confines of California, Brad Nowell is a legend. Elsewhere, he's largely viewed as a bit of a drunken bro who mostly sung about weed and his dalmatian. Still, he had a really good voice, drunken bros are my people and if you've got a problem with dalmatians and weed then I've got a problem with you.
For some ungodly reason, I decided to look for Sublime fan art today. What I found were some of the most amazing and terrible creations I've ever laid my eyes upon. I can't decide if they're the best or worst things on this green earth. I'm going with the former.
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