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Sublime/Live track from DVD


Stand by your Van wasn't my first Sublime cd but it stayed in my car cd player for a year and was an odd creature comfort after my marriage fell apart.  On Don''t push track one I believe he says 'ain't no wife noi where' while lyric pages say live - wife is appropriate and significant to me.

Wanted to point out and you probably already know about the hour plus live track on the Sublime - Stories, Tales, Lies & Exaggerations DVD.  Go to the bonus materials then interview sections and scroll and click on the cigar.  I love this almost as much as the stand by your van album.

5000 g - peace and unity...Joe


Thanks for the information. I was aware and in fact I had found that audio via a different method. I was ripping the disc to make a copy so I could play the copy and leave the original in good condition. I noticed the extra audio files and listened. The Asbury Park audio is great.

Have a good Sunday,



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