15 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Doubt churned out a steady stream of ear-snagging hits, collected on The Singles 1992-2003. Gwen Stefani’s blend of girly-girl coyness and tough-chick attitude are best appreciated on manic numbers like “Excuse Me Mr.,” “Ex-Girlfriend,” and “Hey Baby.” The band’s combination of brawny guitar riffs and supple Jamaican rhythms defined them from their first single “Trapped in a Box” through later releases like “Hella Good.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Doubt churned out a steady stream of ear-snagging hits, collected on The Singles 1992-2003. Gwen Stefani’s blend of girly-girl coyness and tough-chick attitude are best appreciated on manic numbers like “Excuse Me Mr.,” “Ex-Girlfriend,” and “Hey Baby.” The band’s combination of brawny guitar riffs and supple Jamaican rhythms defined them from their first single “Trapped in a Box” through later releases like “Hella Good.”

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
627 Ratings
627 Ratings
RayMan ,

We know what happen to Gwen, but what about the rest?!

What the hell happen to this band?! They were so great together and made awesome songs. I love Gwen and all, but I miss No Doubt! This is an awesome album with a lot of my favorite songs and more. For those who never heard of No Doubt, I recommend you start with this album because it has a lot of their hits. :-)

cantina ,

Even I Like This

I'm not the prototypical No Doubt fan. I discovered them through Gwen Stefani's solo career and have been cherry-picking songs off their albums. So though there are some songs I can't stand to listen to, there are also songs that I absolutely love, notably: It's My Life; Hella Good; Don't Speak; and Running. (I also like the song Making Out, but it's not on this album.)

♥JamesIha♥ ,

I love them

This is a great collection of songs.
It's defintly a must have.
Ohh and No Doubts comming out with a new album they're gonna start recording once Gwens done her tour:)

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