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Sublime Announces New Live CD/DVD Set
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 Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Sublime has announced plans for a live CD/DVD from the band's show at the Palace Theater in Hollywood, California in 1995. The album, Three Ring Circus: Live at the Palace - October 21, 1995, features the original lineup including the late Bradley Nowell, along with Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh.

The new set is due out on June 18 and will be released as a regular CD and special edition DVD. The latter comes with a host of special features, including a poster, laminated backstage pass and extra live concert video.

Three Ring Circus: Live at the Palace - October 21, 1995 Track Listing:

"Great Stone" "We're Only Gonna Die for Our Arrogance" "Don't Push" "Garden Grove" "Don't Push" "Right Back" "New Thrash" "Saw Red" "Badfish" "All You Need" "Hope" "Foolish Fool" "Falling Idols" "Caress Me Down" "40 Oz to Freedom" "Ebin" "54-46 Was My Number" "Date Rape" "D.J.s" "I Love My Dog" "Pool Shark" "Work That We Do" "Greatest Hits" "Smoke Two Joints" "Scarlet Begonias" "Ring the Alarm" "House of Suffering"

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