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Album Review

When No Doubt's debut album proved a disappointment to Interscope executives, the label withdrew support from the band and refused to release them from their contract. Ironically, the group's self-produced reply, recorded during several sessions from 1993 to early 1995, turned out to be finer than the debut. The synth and new wave influences of the debut are pushed to the background and replaced by a raw sound inspired more by punk.

Customer Reviews


I own every album these guys have ever done, and my first introduction to them was when Gwen Stefani did "Saw Red" with Bradley Nowell (R.I.P.) of Sublime, on their album "Robin The Hood." I was hooked after that. This album was actually recorded at the bands house on Beacon St. in the LA (Orange County, California) Area. It was originally released in 1995 on their own, "Beacon Street Records" then it was re issued in 1997 on UMD. I am happy to say, I own an original issue copy. This comp should be in your ND collection if you're a true fan. Seriously! It showcases their best ska, and more of their Punk Rock roots as well. I love the song they do with Bradley Nowell "Total Hate" which ND still plays live. Get this CD, and I don't mean "buy it on itunes" buy it, get the real thing, it's worth it, liner notes and all! It's the best Ska album they've ever done.

Hidden Gem

When i first got this album, I thought it was a little slow. But after one or two more times listening to it, I thought it was so great. Gwen Stefani has amazing vocals here. I really don't know why she sometimes covers it up with machines and stuff. She could possibly be the greatest punk singer and this album only enforces that. She blows me away with the notes she can hit! The songs are great with fantastic lyrics. I would recommend this to anyone, even if you hate No Doubt, especially if you hate No Doubt. This album is sure to change your mind.

Sweet and Sour

some songs you will love, and others you won't. Songs recommended are: 1) "Open the Gate Up", it will get you going and was the first song I heard from the album courtesy of VH1's "Behind the Music", and 2) "Greener Pastures", it's a cool song to listen to and I believe it could have been on "Tragic Kingdom." I LOVE No Doubt!!!!


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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