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Sublime/Bradley Hologram


why doesnt bud and eric rejoin for a tour with a hologram brad? everyone saw how amazing tupacs was, every sublime fan everywhere would gather for that without a doubt, they could make killer money.

Hi Kaleb,

There are a few issues that stand in the way. First, Tupac was used once, rather than given a tour, so the money might not be as much as one would think. Second, the family would have to be on board and I can't see them agreeing to that when there was such legal difficulty with them reuniting and using the name "Sublime" for Sublime with Rome.

You also have the tenuous relationship between Bud and Eric, who after Bud leaving the band, haven't been on great terms.

All that said, there is still a technical issue: Tupac was on a huge tour before he died, with high quality footage. Sublimes success is mostly posthumous, so the video that was shot was by Skunk, using handhelds on stage. For the hologram effect, you need a high def TV camera, straight in front if the stage.

This is an idea fans have thrown around, but one I doubt will come to fruition.

Good question.



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