Sublime released their major label debut on July 30, 1996. It was a huge commercial success selling over 6 million albums and produced one of the greatest songs of the 1990s, What I Got.
Tragically, Sublime front-man Bradley Nowell died of a heroin overdose on May 25, 1996, two months before the album released.
Seven months before Nowell's death, Sublime recorded a concert at the Palace in Hollywood. That footage will compose the band's first live concert CD/DVD, 3-Ring Circus: Live at the Palace.
You can listen to the album via Rolling Stone. It features several songs from the band's first two albums and a couple from the album that would be released the next summer.
3-Ring Circus: Live at the Palace will be available on June 18th.