Robbin’ The Hood is the second album from now defunct reggae/punk SoCal band Sublime. Released in 1994 by Skunk Records and Gasoline Alley/MCA, Robbin’ The Hood is considered to be more experimental than 1992’s 40 oz. To Freedom. Songs like “Pool Shark (acoustic)”, “Boss D.J.” and “Mary” should not be missed. Tracklisting:
  1. Waiting For Bud
  2. Steady B Loop Dub
  3. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. I
  4. Pool Shark (orig)*
  5. Steppin’ Razor
  6. Greatest-Hits*
  7. Free Loop Dub/Q-Ball
  8. Saw Red*
  9. Work That We Do
  10. Lincoln Highway Dub
  11. Pool Shark (acoustic)
  12. Cisco Kid
  13. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. II
  14. STP*
  15. Boss D.J.
  16. I Don’t Care Too Much For Reggae Dub
  17. Falling Idols*
  18. All You Need*
  19. Freeway Time In LA County Jail
  20. Mary
  21. Raleigh Soliloquy Pt. III
  22. Untitled
This entire CD was recorded and mixed on a 4-track cassette machine in various living rooms by Brad and Mike. All drum programming by Brad.

Song titles followed by a sphincter * were recorded at West Beach Recorders, Hollywood by Donnell, Joe and Us. Thanks to Mr. Brett and EPITAPH records.

All songs written by SUBLIME except “Steppin’ Razor” by JOE HIGGS and “Falling Idols” by Ross Fletcher and William Pangborn II.

The guy on the cover is Opie Ortiz, a friend of Sublime who did the artwork for every Sublime release (as far as I know). Opie went on to found the Sublime after band, Long Beach Dub Allstars with former Sublime member Bud Gaugh.
Samples and References from Sublime's Robbin' the Hood:
(sample source songs listed as Artist, Song Title, Album Title)

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