(1992) No Doubt

No Doubt

... read moreDespite No Doubt's punk influences, they weren't included in the grunge boom of the early '90s. Much of the cause is due to the band's debut album, a work of polished production inspired more by '80s synth than No Doubt's heritage. Compared to Southern California's accepted ska/punk fusion, the...

42′:48″ 14 Songs

1
Bnd (Album Version)
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0:45
2
Let's Get Back (Album Version)
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4:11
3
Ache (Album Version)
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3:48
4
Get On The Ball (Album Version)
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3:32
5
Move On (Album Version)
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3:55
6
Sad For Me (Album Version)
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1:59
7
Doormat (Album Version)
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2:26
8
Big City Train (Album Version)
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3:56
9
Trapped In A Box (Album Version)
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3:24
10
Sometimes (Album Version)
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4:29
11
Sinking (Album Version)
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3:20
12
A Little Something Refreshing (Album Version)
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1:18
13
Paulina (Album Version)
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2:30
14
Brand New Day (Album Version)
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3:15
Released 01 January 1992, ℗ 1992 Interscope Records

Review

Despite No Doubt's punk influences, they weren't included in the grunge boom of the early '90s. Much of the cause is due to the band's debut album, a work of polished production inspired more by '80s synth than No Doubt's heritage. Compared to Southern California's accepted ska/punk fusion, the album is quite pop-oriented, with new wave keyboards and punchy brass proving a foil to the basically ska framework and Gwen Stefani's extroverted vocals. ~ John Bush