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No Doubt begin their first album in the most appropriate way possible: with a slap-heavy instrumental bass jam. Gwen Stefani doesn't enter until the swinging "Let's Get Back," and even then, her soft voice sounds more like Donna Summer than the woman Snoop Dogg would one day call the "true queen of L.A. punk." That rock star comes into her own as the LP continues. On "Move On," Stefani’s spunky charisma fills the eye of a ska-funk cyclone, and by "Sinking," she's remaking "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" as an ominous dance track.

Customer Reviews

Classic No Doubt

This was the first No Doubt album and it included Gwens brother, Eric, who left before Tragic Kingdom took over the world. This is a classic. You can hear how young the band is on this album, even the lyrics and concepts of the songs are immature. A song about the dentists, one all about food...this is a hilarious album. Its fun and clearly a first album (2 songs happen to have a sad tone...still great though) but the whole time its just a masterpiece, a classic No Doubt album (but aren't they all?) Yet another reason why I find myself utterly obsessed with this band!

best No Doubt album, period.

Don't you all have any loving of ska and punk music?? Sublime is probably the greatest SoCal band and the most underrated SoCal band that ever existed. Sublime made No Doubt popular, or maybe it was the other way around, but seeing Gwen Stefani and Brad Nowell perform on stage was so cool. I don't get why Gwen Stefani went solo and left No Doubt. She isn't a mainstream artist, she's supposed to be part of the punk/ska scene. People who say this isn't a good album only like mainstream cr**.

i'm trapped in a box

i love this no doubt cd, Gwen was such a cute lil white girl in the trapped in a box video...lol

Biography

Formed: 1987 in Anaheim, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With the return of the punks in the mid-'90s came a resurgence of their slightly more commercial rivals, new wave bands. No Doubt found a niche as a new wave/ska band, on the strength of vocalist Gwen Stefani's persona -- alternately an embrace of little-girl-lost innocence and riot grrrl feminism -- exemplified on the band's break-out single, "Just a Girl." Formed in early 1987 as a ska band inspired by Madness, the lineup of No Doubt initially comprised John Spence, Gwen Stefani, and her brother...
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