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Sublime - Santeria (Official Music Video)


A music video was filmed after the death of lead singer Bradley Nowell, who makes a cameo via stock footage. During the video, his beloved Lou Dog is seen along with the other members of Sublime remembering him. The video was a visualization of the story told in the song in the form of a Western, and featured Tom Lister, Jr. as Sancho. Lister was bitten by Lou Dog on the lip in a particular scene where he gets too close to Lou Dog's face.




Sublime - Santeria (Official Music Video)


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A music video was filmed in 1997 after the death of lead singer Bradley Nowell, who makes a cameo via stock footage. During the video, his beloved Lou Dog is seen along with the other members of Sublime remembering him. The video was a visualization of the story told in the song in the form of a Western, and featured Tom Lister, Jr. as Sancho. "Santeria" was a moderate U.S. crossover hit in the spring of 1997, cracking the Top 5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart as well as reaching number 43 on the Hot 100 Airplay chart. It is also a playable track on the 2008 video game Guitar Hero World Tour, and was released as a downloadable song for Rock Band 3 in 2012 as well as Rocksmith 2014 in 2014. The song was featured in the movies Idle Hands, Knocked Up, Remember the Daze and This is 40.


A music video was filmed in 2022. The song tells the story of a jealous ex-girlfriend who is planning to take revenge on the man who stole his girlfriend. The man then decides to find a new girlfriend, instead. However, the man then mentions using violent force as he speaks of "popping a cap in Sancho" and "putting that barrel straight down Sancho's throat" if he ever sees him again. The lead singer of LAW, Jakob Nowell, refers to the man as "sancho" and his ex-girlfriend as "heina".[6] In Mexico, a man who steals another man's girlfriend is often referred to as "sancho"[7] while a man's woman or girlfriend is referred to as "heina", which is adapted from the Spanish word reina, meaning "queen" in English.[8] 041b061a72


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