It’s their third album but their first on a major label. Sadly, it’s released on July 30, 1996 —  two month’s after lead singer Bradley Nowell’s death due to a heroin overdose. The album becomes a 90’s classic.

There simply was no hotter band in SoCal in the ’90s. If you were one of the lucky ones to catch them live at the Stone Poney or Toe Jam with King Louie roaming the stage, consider yourself blessed.

“Life’s too short … so love the one you got.”