05.24.1996

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The Phoenix Theater Petaluma, CA

Friday, May 24th, 1996 All Ages Show

$12

8pm

Bands performed:

  • Filibuster
  • The Ziggens

Set List

  1. STP
  2. Date Rape
  3. Saw Red
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  1. Smoke Two Joints
  2. Warning Sign
  3. 40 oz. To Freedom
  4. We're Only Gonna Die
  5. The Ballad Of Johnny Butt
  6. Pawn Shop
  7. DJ's
  8. I Love My Dog
  9. Don't Push
  10. Right Back
  11. Garden Grove
  12. Same In The End
  13. Pool Shark
  14. KRS One
  15. Paddle Out
  16. Badfish
  17. All You Need
  18. Hope
  19. Minor Threat
  20. Work That We Do
  • Incomplete set list

Audio

Footage

Photos

Notes

  • From Bud Gaugh's Website:

"SUBLIME played a show in Chino, CA where the promoter offered us a veritable smorgasborg of every drug under the sun- Brad came to me and said he wanted to "party just one more time." I told Brad it wasn't worth it, but after our show in Petaluma Brad & I got a hotel room on the beach outside of San Francisco. Brad tried to convince me we had all the reasons to party & it was worth celebrating, "We owe it to ourselves," I can remember him telling me. It was 2:00 am & I declined, falling asleep, Brad left to go walk on the beach with Lou Dog. When I woke up the next morning, I saw my best friend, naked, laying on the bed with his feet on the floor. I remember laughing, thinking he had gotten so drunk the night before he couldn't make it into bed, but when I got no response from him I got up to see what was going on, and that's when the world came to a screeching halt. I tried to resuscitate him, but he had been dead for hours. I began crying out loud for help, ran down stairs & down the road looking for the rest of the guys. This was the worse news I ever had to deliver in my life. After being interviewed by the police I was told by the EMTs that he had been gone for hours and there was nothing I could do. This was the longest bus ride of all of our lives."