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We offer a wide selection of items in every conceivable category (art, movies, music, television, travel, etc.):   posters, prints, photos,   t-shirts,   magnets,   life-size standups,   tin signs,   calendars,   frames,   wall decals,   limited editions,   canvas art,   giclees,   wall murals,   wall tapestries,   and other merchandise.

Sublime is an early 1990s rock band from Long Beach, California, which played a mix of reggae, ska, punk, hip hop, surf rock, and garage rock. Sublime consisted of three members Brad Nowell (vocals and guitar), Bud Gaugh (drummer) and Eric Wilson (Bass guitar).

Brad Nowell died on May 25, 1996 from a heroin overdose, just four months before their hit self-titled album was released. His death was particularly tragic as he had just had a son with his new wife Troy Dendecker, and many devotees honour his memory on the date of his death every year. Bud Gaugh and Eric Wilson continued to perform as a group called Long Beach Dub Allstars until 2002, when the split up of the Long Beach Dub Allstars caused Gaugh to begin to drum with Eyes Adrift and Wilson to play bass in the Ras-1 fronted Long Beach Shortbus respectively. Some may think their hit song What I Got is about Bradley's farewell.

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