Long Beach-natives Sublime aren't just one of the best '90s bands, but can be considered one of the best reggae bands and reggae rock bands. Since they’re such an influential band, let’s rank the best Sublime albums, with the help of your votes. While most Sublime fans can agree that the Long Beach trio broke up just as they were hitting their creative stride with the release of the trio’s self-titled break through, their short career was near perfect. Led by the late Brad Nowell, Sublime’s three studio releases (including 40 Oz. to Freedom (1992) and Robbin’ the Hood (1994) captured the precise feeling of southern California in the ‘90s.
This Sublime discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top Sublime albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included Sublime singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you think the greatest Sublime album isn't high enough on the list, then be sure to vote for it so it receives the credit it deserves. Make sure you don't just vote for critically acclaimed albums; if you have a favorite Sublime album, then vote it up, even if it's not necessarily the most popular.
Albums here include everything from Sublime (1996) to 40 Oz. to Freedom (1992). This list of popular Sublime CDs has been voted on by music fans around the world, so the order of this list isn't just one person's opinion.
Release Date: 1992
Tracks: 5446 / Ball and Chain, New Thrash, 40 oz. to Freedom, New Song, Scarlet Begonias, Badfish, D.J.s, Date Rape, Don't Push, Smoke Two Joints, We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance, KRS-One, Thanx, Ebin, Rivers of Babylon, Chica Me Tipo, Hope, Right Back, What Happened, Lets Go Get Stoned, Live at E's, Waiting for My Ruca
Label: Gasoline Alley
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Hardcore punk, Punk rock, Ska, Reggae, + more
Release Date: 1996
Tracks: April 29, 1992 (Miami), Burritos, Caress Me Down, Doin' Time, What I Got, Seed, Get Ready, Paddle Out, What I Got, Santeria, Get Ready, Jailhouse, Same in the End, Doin' Time, Wrong Way, What I Got (reprise), Same in the End, Wrong Way, Under My Voodoo, Burritos, The Ballad of Johnny Butt, Caress Me Down, Garden Grove, Pawn Shop
Label: Gasoline Alley
Genres (Music): Alternative rock, Alternative hip hop, Reggae, Ska punk, Dub, + more
Release Date: 1994
Tracks: Raleigh Soliloquy, Part I, Freeway Time in LA County Jail, Cisco Kid, Work That We Do, Greatest Hits, Steppin' Razor, Q-Ball, Falling Idols, Waiting for Bud, Mary, Free Loop Dub, Greatest-Hits, Raleigh Soliloquy, Part III / [silence], I Don't Care Too Much for Reggae Dub, Don't Push (version) / [unknown dub] / The Farther I Go, Steady B Loop Dub, Raleigh Soliloquy, Part II, Lincoln Highway Dub, Boss D.J., Pool Shark (original), STP, Pool Shark (acoustic), Saw Red, All You Need
Genres (Music): Hip hop music, Punk rock, Ska, Reggae, Ska punk