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Fifteen years ago, Orange County and the music world lost Bradley Nowell. Check out this slideshow of exclusive family images Nowell's father, Jim, has See Sublime pictures, photo shoots, and listen online to the latest music. You know what it is good for? Stories of unfathomable badassery, that's what. Over the years, we at Cracked have gathered a formidable collection of these stories, and we've put the very best of them here so that a whole new generation of readers can feel. Despite what it does for your record sales, it sucks when a rockstar dies before his time. Hard times came about in after the passing of Sublime's vocalist and guitarist Bradley Nowell.
T he story of Sublime is full of sad, strange twists, but this is perhaps the strangest: Since frontman Brad Nowell overdosed before his band became a phenomenon, before he had a chance to become a bona fide rock star, his death has been oddly free of the mythic impact of so many rock star flameouts. Bradley Nowell died on May 25, , in a San Francisco hotel room, after shooting up some heroin that was much more potent than the brown Mexican tar he was used to. At least a boxful. And that was only the beginning. Throughout , Sublime produced hit after hit, and the album has sold more than 2 million copies to date. Incredibly, the band that is no longer a band has become perhaps the biggest American rock act of T hese are a few of the things Brad Nowell loved: surfing; eating; drugs; his dog, Louie; his son, Jakob; his wife, Troy; and music — maybe music most of all. He grew up gifted and musically inclined: His mother was a singer with perfect pitch, and his father liked to strum folk songs on the guitar. At Christmas, the acoustic guitars would come out and Brad would spend hours playing and singing with his father, grandfather and uncle.
His father took him on a trip to Jamaica during his childhood years, which exposed him to reggae and dancehall music; he then gained a strong interest in rock music once he learned how to play guitar. In his lifetime, Sublime released the albums 40oz. Throughout the band's career, Nowell struggled with a worsening addiction to heroin. He eventually became sober after his son Jakob was born, but relapsed and died of a heroin overdose in in a San Francisco hotel while Sublime was on tour.