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3 Ring Circus (Live At the Palace)


Download links and information about 3 Ring Circus (Live At the Palace) by Sublime. This album was released in 2013 and it belongs to Rock, Punk, Reggae, Pop, Ska, Alternative genres. It contains 27 tracks with total duration of 01:17:07 minutes.

Artist: Sublime
Release date: 2013
Genre: Rock, Punk, Reggae, Pop, Ska, Alternative
Tracks: 27
Duration: 01:17:07
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No. Title Length
1. Great Stone (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:34
2. We're Only Gonna Die For Our Arrogance (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:21
3. Don't Push (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:52
4. Garden Grove (Live At the Palace/1995) 1:23
5. Don't Push (Live At the Palace/1995) 0:16
6. Right Back (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:44
7. New Thrash (Live At the Palace/1995) 1:04
8. Saw Red (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:03
9. Badfish (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:27
10. All You Need (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:17
11. Hope (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:33
12. Foolish Fool (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:37
13. Falling Idols (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:55
14. Caress Me Down (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:53
15. 40 Oz. To Freedom (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:42
16. Ebin (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:46
17. 54-46 Was My Number (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:21
18. Date Rape (Live At the Palace/1995) 5:05
19. House of Suffering (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:02
20. D.J.s (Live At the Palace/1995) 4:25
21. I Love My Dog (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:14
22. Pool Shark (Live At the Palace/1995) 1:56
23. Work That We Do (Live At the Palace/1995) 2:40
24. Greatest Hits (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:21
25. Smoke Two Joints (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:27
26. Scarlet Begonias (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:07
27. Ring the Alarm (Live At the Palace/1995) 3:02



Recorded at the Palace in Hollywood, California, 3-Ring Circus captures Sublime during a pretty interesting point in their career. In just under seven months, the band would finish the recording of their multi-platinum-selling, self-titled album, and shortly afterwards frontman Bradley Nowell would pass away from a heroin overdose. On this night, though, blissfully unaware of the triumphs and tragedies awaiting them, Sublime delivered a set that perfectly encompassed the carefree and somewhat ramshackle sound that made their debut, 40 oz to Freedom, such an amazingly associative blend of reggae, punk, and hip-hop. As the band strolls through jammers like "54-46 Was My Number" and "Garden Grove," the picture painted isn't necessarily one of a band coming into the height of their power, but of a backyard party band throwing down in front of a sold-out crowd of their closest friends as good times and good vibes are in abundance on track after track. While Sublime had previously released an album of live material, Stand by Your Van, which featured "Caress Me Down" from this performance, 3-Ring Circus is the first live album from the band to feature an entire performance, making it an essential artifact that fans of the band will want to get their hands on. More importantly, however, the live album serves as a bittersweet reminder of what all the fans who arrived late to the Sublime party missed, and gives those fans hip to the band after they'd been cut down the chance to finally see what they missed.