“Thanx” is a hidden song by Sublime from their album 40 Oz. To Freedom.
Also known as “Thanks Dub,” this is a spoken word track thanking friends and influences.
About 40 Oz. to Freedom
40 Oz. to Freedom is the iconic debut album by the American ska punk band Sublime, released in 1992. This album introduced the world to Sublime’s unique fusion of punk, reggae, ska, and surf rock, creating a sound that would become emblematic of the 1990s alternative rock scene.
The album includes some of Sublime’s most famous tracks, such as “Date Rape,” “Smoke Two Joints,” and “Badfish.” The songs are characterized by their infectious melodies, laid-back vibes, and lyrics that often touch on themes of rebellion, love, and substance use.
40 Oz. to Freedom has maintained enduring popularity and cultural significance, solidifying Sublime’s status as a genre-blending band with a lasting impact on the music landscape. Tragically, lead singer Bradley Nowell passed away in 1996, shortly before the band’s mainstream breakthrough, but his legacy lives on through albums like this.
How to find “Thanx”
On CD: Play through the last track
Listen to “Thanx”
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