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|Single by Sublime|
|from the album 40oz. to Freedom|
|Recorded||1991-1992 at Mambo in Long Beach, California|
|Genre||Ska, reggae fusion|
|Label||Skunk, Gasoline Alley/MCA|
"Badfish" is a song by the ska-punk group Sublime from their first album, 40oz. to Freedom (1992). The song was originally released on the band's 1991 demo tape, Jah Won't Pay the Bills and appeared again on the band's 1997 compilation album Second-hand Smoke and Greatest Hits album. It is one of the band's most popular songs. The melody of the song is heavily inspired by "All the Fun That We Missed" by The Ziggens. The song is in the key of A mixolydian.
- "Don't Push" (Original)
- "Untitled Dub" (Live)
- "We're Only Gonna Die" (Live)
- "Roots of Creation"
- "Sublime to Mark 25th Anniversary With Reissue, Authorized Documentary". Rolling Stone. Retrieved 2018-03-29.
- on YouTube