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Old 01-06-2011, 04:22 PM   #32
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I think Sublime is much more ska/punk than reggae influenced. They were coming up around the SoCal scene about the same time as No Doubt in the early 90's. And the Mighty Bosstones were pretty big on the East coast around the same time. Those bands were most likely influenced by bands like the Specials and Madness in the 70's.

And RIJIMMY, you're right about Bim Skala Bim being from Boston. I saw them a few times at places like the Middle East and The Paradise.



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