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  • CD (2 juin 2009)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Label: Geffen
  • ASIN : B000002P24
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Disque : 1

  1. Waiting for bud
  2. Steady b loop dub
  3. Raleigh soliloquy pt. 1
  4. Pool shark
  5. Steppin' razor
  6. Greatest-hits
  7. Free loop
  8. Q - ball
  9. Saw red
  10. Work that we do
  11. Lincoln highway dub
  12. Pool shark
  13. Cisco kid
  14. Raleigh soliloquy pt.2
  15. Stp
  16. Boss d.j.
  17. I don't care too much for reggae dub
  18. Falling idols
  19. All you need
  20. Freeway time in la county jail
  21. Mary
  22. Raleigh soliloquy pt. 3/don't push
  23. Raleigh soliloquy pt. I
  24. Q-ball
  25. Raleigh soliloquy pt. II

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Connaissant déjà l'excellent cd eponyme du groupe, j'ai voulu en découvrir un peu plus et je n'ai pas été déçue. On retrouve ici tout ce qui fait le style inimitable de Sublime : un mélange indescriptible de rock, ska, dub, punk, ... et toujours chanté par la voix sensuelle du regretté Bradley. Les paroles sont souvent marrantes et valent bien une petite traduction(mais dictionnaire d'argot nécéssaire). Allez écouter Greatest Hits, Boss DJ, Pool Shark, All We Need ou Lincoln Highway Dub pour avoir une idée de l'étendue des talents de Sublime.
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Voilà un disque que j'adore ! Plus de 10 ans que je l'écoute et je ne m'en lasse pas. Un véritable condensé de tout ce que les mauvais garçons californiens de Sublime ont su faire: du punk ("Pool Shark"), du ska-core ("Saw Red" avec Gwen Stefani, "All you need"), du dub ("Work that we do"), du rap (l'énorme "Cisco Kid", "Q-Ball"), de l'acoustique (une autre version de "Pool Shark ; "Boss DJ" qui a également été joué façon ska-core par Reel Big Fish), de l'indescriptible ("I don't care too much for reggae dub" qui mélange dub et scènes de rue), du parlé (les délires de Raleigh Theodore Sakers, une sorte de vieil ivrogne -tiens il y a une faute de frappe sur la pochette du disque-). Sans oublier "Free Loop Dub", un instrumental étonnant. Bref, un album très éclectique et d'une grande qualité.
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HASH(0x916f2300) étoiles sur 5 not for fans with no patience 18 août 2004
Par b.o.b. - Publié sur Amazon.com
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i must say, this album is by far the most hotly debated sublime album out of any of them, so i will say this before going on...if you are a fan of the sublime songs you hear on the radio, and think the rest of their music is a bit off the wall, then don't even bother looking into this album, you will be sorely disappointed by the lack of commercialism on this recording. even their debut album '40 oz. to freedom' sounds like a sellout disc when compared to this one. that being said, what you will find on this album is the most intensely personal recording that bradley and the boys put together. most of it was recorded in various living rooms around the long beach/south l.a. area, and you will notice a rather poor sound quality on many of the tracks, but after noticing this, and listening to them a few times, you realize how little the sound quality really matters. in fact, there are only a few songs that could be considered singles, such as 's.t.p.' (which stands for secret tweeker pad), 'greatest hits', where bradley pays homage to bert susanka and his punk outfit the ziggens, and 'saw red', a punk/ska track featuring gwen stefani from the band no doubt. a few of the songs are rough sketches of songs that would later be included on the self-titled album. 'lincoln highway dub' is a jazz inspired insturmental that was later completed and retitled 'santeria', and 'steady b loop dub' is another insturmental that was eventually reworked and went on to become 'garden grove'. (if you listen to the post-mortem album 'second hand smoke', you can hear a demo of what was to be the original 'garden grove' entitled 'garbage grove', but the boys wanted to wait for a chance to record it professionally, so it was stripped down to an insturmental for this release) the remainder of the disc is a collection extremely experimental fusion tracks, as well as several acoustic songs in which bradley lays down his heart and soul. 'pool shark', which has both an acoustic and fleshed out punk version, documents the conflict that bradley endured while fighting his losing battle with heroin addiction. most of the other songs are just fun to sing along with, like 'boss d.j.', 'mary', and the outstanding blues inspired track 'freeway time in l.a. county jail'. there are a few interludes which are provided by some weirdo named raliegh theodore sakers, and are extremely funny to hear, especially part 2, which is very obscene and has made me laugh out loud several times. everything being told, 'robbin the hood' is my favorite sublime disc, although it wasn't always my favorite one, it has certainly grown on me and i enjoy listening to it more and more every time i hear it. if you want to know the whole story of sublime, you can't miss this one. if you are looking for a much more reggae influenced sound, try '40 oz. to freedom', and if you want the somewhat homoginized, radio-friendly sound, go for the self-titled album instead.
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HASH(0x916f2354) étoiles sur 5 Sublime's definitive CD! Very underrated! 2 juin 2004
L'évaluation d'un enfant - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
How could anyone that calls themself a Sublime fan rate this CD anything less than 5 stars or call it anything worse than their second best album (after 40 oz)?
I'll be honest, I did get into Sublime in '96 with the release of their S/T album and I thought it was a great album back then. After a few listens to 40 oz though, I realized it was a much better CD. People told me that Robbin the Hood was a bad album and that I should stay away from it, so I decided not to buy it. Finally I decided to get this album and listen for myself to see how good it was, and I'm damn glad I did! This CD is now my favorite Sublime CD, with 40 oz as a close second.
Unless you're 15 or something and just getting into Sublime, I might understand why you dont like this CD, because your used to all the crap that's on the radio these days and Sublime's S/T album is their most mainstream one. Get 40 oz though, and once you like that more than the S/T, get this and give it a few spins and you'll see what I mean.
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HASH(0x916f2b40) étoiles sur 5 Pure Sublime - Not over-produced 5 février 2006
Par DanVta - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I had the good fortune of being turned on to Sublime early on watching surf videos and listening to Kroq, and had the better fortune of checking them out live in Vta before Brad's untimely death. As great as their other albums are, this is the album that truly shows how diverse and talented this group was. They do an amazing dub cover of Tosh's Stepping Razor, a pop/punk/ska "Saw Red" featuring a young Gwen Stefani (when ND was actually a ska group), a hardcore punk version of "Pool Shark" and a dark, soulful acoustic version of the same song, an instrumental/dub of "Santaria" (which I like better than the vocal version), and a bunch of other great songs. In all, this is the only album to exhibit the full potential of the group, and is the closest thing to the mix of songs that you would have seen at a live Sublime show. Perhaps not the best album for the casual listener, but for those wanting a greater appreciation of what Sublime was about, I'd suggest you start here.
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HASH(0x916f2b58) étoiles sur 5 An often mis-understood classic 30 avril 2005
Par S. Logan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's easy to see why this album is either really well liked by fans or completely passed over by fans. It contains, with few exceptions, songs that dont quite fit into what most people see as the sublime mold. i think this album just shows how genius brad actually was in terms of both songwriting and technicality. he was able to put this whole album together on a 4 track, which is insane how much depth there are to these songs. my advice is just dont reject this CD because it doesnt have songs like 40 oz to freedom or santareia, but listen to it becuase of those reasons. songs like Steppin' razor or Waiting for Bud or Cisco Kid are perfect examples of how wide brad's musical ability stretched. give this album another open-minded listen and see if you dont chagen your mind
HASH(0x916f2ca8) étoiles sur 5 Robbin' the Hood is excellent. While it's notably referenced as a cheaply produced ... 28 septembre 2015
Par Life Portrayed as INTJ - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I can't believe I missed this train in the 90's! Of course, with most of the "popular" songs radio released around the millenium posthumously Nowell, and with the added regional differences (I grew up on the East Coast, USA) it's no wonder. I just wished I had the chance to see them live in the short time that they were playing.

Robbin' the Hood is excellent. While it's notably referenced as a cheaply produced collection, it is completely unnoticeable. I would argue that it sounds more like a major studio production, and as if it was just released this year, which adds to its overall greatness.

The tracks are laid out in beautiful, and sensible, order with minimal breaks in between. To me, the whole album feels like a jam session recorded one night in a extremely entertaining, but chaotic, setting. It captures the crisp sounds of dubbed ska with a supporting cast of character voices in the background. Oddly, the voices and music combined had an anxiolytic effect to it.

This is album is an absolute must-have, if not for the music, then simply due to the interlaced "Raleigh Soliloquies".
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