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May 29, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Depeche Mode lead singer David Gahan, who survived a suicide attempt last August, was arrested early Tuesday morning after overdosing on drugs, authorities said. The arrest of Gahan, 34, for investigation of cocaine possession and being under the influence of heroin capped a traumatic weekend for the record industry. Bradley Nowell, lead singer for the Long Beach-based punk-reggae trio Sublime, was found dead in his San Francisco motel room Saturday, apparently of a drug overdose. He was 28.
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February 6, 1998 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alliance has turned to enmity between the hit rock band Sublime and the producers of "The Ska Parade," an influential weekly college radio show that boosted Sublime during its grass-roots days on the local rock scene. Rancor that has been brewing for more than 18 months surfaced last week in Internet postings on two Sublime-related Websites. The cause: a 90-minute videotape of the band's last concert.
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February 6, 1998 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Alliance has turned to enmity between the hit rock band Sublime and the producers of "The Ska Parade," an influential weekly college radio show that boosted Sublime during its grass-roots days on the local rock scene. Rancor that has been brewing for more than 18 months surfaced last week in Internet postings on two Sublime-related Websites. The cause: a 90-minute videotape of the band's last concert.
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June 1, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his introduction to the public last year, and in his exit last weekend, Brad Nowell became the embodiment of sad show-biz cliches. The front man of Long Beach rock and reggae trio Sublime, Nowell arrived as the singer of a cartoonish novelty hit, "Date Rape," that even he came to find annoying; he departed as an apparent heroin casualty, found dead May 25 in a San Francisco hotel room at the age of 28.
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June 1, 1996 | MIKE BOEHM, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In his introduction to the public last year, and in his exit last weekend, Brad Nowell became the embodiment of sad show-biz cliches. The front man of Long Beach rock and reggae trio Sublime, Nowell arrived as the singer of a cartoonish novelty hit, "Date Rape," that even he came to find annoying; he departed as an apparent heroin casualty, found dead May 25 in a San Francisco hotel room at the age of 28.
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May 28, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Bradley Nowell, lead singer for the Long Beach-based rock trio Sublime, was found dead in his San Francisco motel room during the weekend, apparently of a drug overdose. He was 28. Nowell's body was found Saturday after a night of partying, said Jon Phillips, the group's manager. The San Francisco County coroner's office said Monday that the exact cause of death won't be known for four to six weeks when test results are available.
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May 29, 1996 | JERRY CROWE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Depeche Mode lead singer David Gahan, who survived a suicide attempt last August, was arrested early Tuesday morning after overdosing on drugs, authorities said. The arrest of Gahan, 34, for investigation of cocaine possession and being under the influence of heroin capped a traumatic weekend for the record industry. Bradley Nowell, lead singer for the Long Beach-based punk-reggae trio Sublime, was found dead in his San Francisco motel room Saturday, apparently of a drug overdose. He was 28.
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May 28, 1996 | From Times Wire Services
Bradley Nowell, lead singer for the Long Beach-based rock trio Sublime, was found dead in his San Francisco motel room during the weekend, apparently of a drug overdose. He was 28. Nowell's body was found Saturday after a night of partying, said Jon Phillips, the group's manager. The San Francisco County coroner's office said Monday that the exact cause of death won't be known for four to six weeks when test results are available.
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