A new Sublime live album hits stores June 18
Sublime fans, take note that the band’s live CD album, “Three Ring Circus: Live at the Palace — October 21, 1995,” is set to drop on Tuesday (June 18), featuring 27 classic Sublime tracks. For those who can’t wait until Tuesday, the group is currently streaming the full release via Rolling Stone.
The upcoming live set chronicles a show by the group’s original lineup of late frontman Bradley Nowell, bass player Eric Wilson and drummer Bud Gaugh at the Palace in Hollywood, Calif., on October 21, 1995. The set features performances of Sublime classics such as “Badfish,” “40 Oz to Freedom,” “Caress Me Down” and more, plus cover renditions of Bad Brains’ “House of Suffering,” Toots and the Maytals’ “54-46 Was My Number” and the Grateful Dead’s “Scarlet Begonias.”
“While Three Ring Circus: Live at the Palace — October 21, 1995” will arrive in both CD and DVD formats, and a deluxe version of the set will also be available. The deluxe edition features the CD and DVD, plus a laminated backstage pass, an exclusive poster and a bonus live concert video of the band playing at the Las Palmas Theater in Hollywood, Calif., on Feb. 17, 1995.