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No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
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Album: No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
# Song Title   Time
1)    Spiderwebs More Info... 4:27
2)    Excuse Me Mr. More Info... 3:05
3)    Just A Girl More Info... 3:28
4)    Happy Now? More Info... 3:42
5)    Different People More Info... 4:34
6)    Hey You More Info... 3:33
7)    The Climb More Info... 6:37
8)    Sixteen More Info... 3:22
9)    Sunday Morning More Info... 4:32
10)    Don't Speak More Info... 4:23
11)    You Can Do It More Info... 4:14
12)    World Go 'Round More Info... 4:08
13)    End It On This More Info... 3:46
14)    Tragic Kingdom More Info... 5:31
 

Album: No Doubt Tragic Kingdom
# Song Title   Time
1)    Spiderwebs More Info... 4:27
2)    Excuse Me Mr. More Info... 3:05
3)    Just A Girl More Info... 3:28
4)    Happy Now? More Info... 3:42
5)    Different People More Info... 4:34
6)    Hey You More Info... 3:33
7)    The Climb More Info... 6:37
8)    Sixteen More Info... 3:22
9)    Sunday Morning More Info... 4:32
10)    Don't Speak More Info... 4:23
11)    You Can Do It More Info... 4:14
12)    World Go 'Round More Info... 4:08
13)    End It On This More Info... 3:46
14)    Tragic Kingdom More Info... 5:31
 
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Performer Notes
  • No Doubt: Gwen Stefani (vocals); Tom Dumont (guitar); Eric Stefani (piano, keyboards); Tony Kanal (bass); Adrian Young (drums, percussion).
  • Additional personnel: Aloke DasGupta (sitar); Melissa Hasin (cello); Gerard Boisse, Bill Bergman (saxophone); Greg Smith (baritone saxophone); Phil Jordan, Les Lovitt (trumpet); Nick Lane (trombone); Gabe McNair (trombone, percussion); Matthew Wilder (keyboards); Stephen Perkins (steel drums).
  • Engineers include: Matt Hyde, Phil Kaffel, George Landress.
  • No Doubt was nominated for the 1997 Grammy Award for Best New Artist. TRAGIC KINGDOM was nominated for a 1997 Grammy for Best Rock Album. "Don't Speak" was nominated for 1998 Grammys for Song Of The Year and Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal.
  • No Doubt's members cite a strange variety of musical influences: Kiss, Prince and Madness, to name a few. And it's easy to imagine that their hometown itself, Anaheim, California (home to Disneyland), may have played a part in forming the band's schizophrenic, high-energy sound, which took TRAGIC KINGDOM, the band's second album, on a slow, steady ride up the pop charts. It finally hit No. 1 in December 1996, 14 months after it was released.
  • This is ska-punk-new wave-dance music, with instrumentation ranging from hardcore guitar to mellow, reggae-style horns. Singer Gwen Stefani's voice is by turns peppy, almost adolescent ("Spiderwebs") and emotionally wailing; she can sound a lot like Concrete Blonde's Johnette Napolitano ("Just A Girl"). When Stefani sings, "I'm just a girl, little ol' me/Don't let me out of your sight," she does so without a hint of girlishness; her voice is all attitude, with a warbling edge of melodrama. For the most part, these are happy songs, though No Doubt do get philosophical on "Different People": "Once in a while I sit back/And think about the planet/Most of the time I trip on it/To kick back and think of how massive it all is/And how many others are on it."
Professional Reviews
Rolling Stone (12/26/96, p.195) - "...a platinum-blond peach of a female singer, Gwen Stefani, who breaks up the asexual baggy-shorts-and-balloon pants monotony of alt-nation guy rock....No Doubt have a spry, white-suburban take on ska and Blondie-esque pop..."
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