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No Doubt 3/24/1992

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 synths than No Doubt's heritage. Compared to Southern California's accepted ska/punk fusion, the album is overly pop-oriented, with new wave keyboards and punchy brass proving a foil to the basically ska framework. Gwen Stefani's extroverted vocals rescue the affair, however. ~ John Bush
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  1. # Track Artist Length
  2. 1 BND No Doubt 0:45
  3. 2 Let's Get Back No Doubt 4:12
  4. 3 Ache No Doubt 3:47
  5. 4 Get on the Ball No Doubt 3:32
  6. 5 Move On No Doubt 3:56
  7. 6 Sad for Me No Doubt 2:0
  8. 7 Doormat No Doubt 2:26
  9. 8 Big City Train No Doubt 3:56
  10. 9 Trapped in a Box No Doubt 3:24
  11. 10 Sometimes No Doubt 4:30
  12. 11 Sinking No Doubt 3:20
  13. 12 Little Something Refreshing No Doubt 1:19
  14. 13 Paulina No Doubt 2:31
  15. 14 Brand New Day No Doubt 3:17

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