Sublime Sign New Record Deal

November 5, 1997 12:00 AM ET

Relating to earlier briefs, Sublime members Eric Wilson and Bud Gaugh and the estate of the band's late vocalist/guitarist Brad Nowell have signed a new deal with current label Gasoline Alley/MCA that will spawn three more albums of previously unreleased material, including a possible Nowell acoustic set.

The news comes just before the Nov. 25 release of the band's Second Hand Smoke, an album of unreleased songs, rarities, and remixes.

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