(DailyMotion)Gwen Stefani may sing "Go ahead look at me, 'cause that's what I want" in the opening line of No Doubt's new single "Looking Hot," but it turns out there's some attention she'd rather avoid. On Sunday, the band pulled the song's brand new music video from YouTube and issued a formal apology through their website following complaints of racism towards Native Americans.Though pretty, the video was terribly ill-conceived and ill-advised, presenting Gwen Stefani as a peroxide-loving...Read Full Story
Next month, No Doubt will release Push and Shove, their first album in over a decade. This week, the band premiered the titular track on air with Ryan Seacrest, revealing an indulgent dancehall-flavored pop track featuring guest verses from Busy Signal and a blatant Major Lazer vibe. It is, after all, produced by mixer of the moment Diplo.Hopefully the song finds better traction than the band's lead single, "Settle Down," which peaked at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot 100.Read Full Story
Push and Shove (feat. Busy Signal, M..
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SECOND TASTE OF THE ALBUM JUST AS GOOD AS THE FIRST (5 stars)
This is the second released song from the long anticipated new No Doubt record. It's better or just as good as the first, Settle Down, which was to die for. I'm so excited for their new album it's going to ROCK!LOVE THIS SONG! (5 stars)
My favorite No Doubt song ever! This should be on everyone's...Read Full Story
When I was seven years old, I wanted to be Gwen Stefani. Tragic Kingdom had just been released, and “Don’t Speak” was the song that played on pretty much every radio station, all of the time, everywhere. It was the time when grunge, flannel, and an underwear-clad Kate Moss were most cool, but of course, not so much to a first grader. In comparison to the waifish figured women and homeless-looking men that I saw on television, Gwen was, to put it bluntly, smokin’ hot. She rocked vintage-style...Read Full Story
releasing their first studio album in more than ten years, No Doubt
shows no signs of stopping. Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Adrian Young,
and Tom Dumont, announced Tuesday that the band will postpone plans
for a tour to focus on recording a seventh studio album.
we were traveling the world last year promoting 'Push And Shove,'
Gwen mentioned she was inspired to write new music," the
band wrote on its official Facebook page. "In December,
around the time of our hometown shows, we...Read Full Story
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A community portal about No Doubt with blogs, videos, and photos. According to Wikipedia.org: No Doubt is an American third wave ska band formed in 1986. No Doubt is heavily influenced by New Wave music and reggae, teaming up with Jamaican artists such as Lady Saw, Bounty Killer, and Toots and the Maytals. No Doubt's multiple genre style is...more
A community portal about No Doubt with blogs, videos, and photos. According to Wikipedia.org: No Doubt is an American third wave ska band formed in 1986. No Doubt is heavily influenced by New Wave music and reggae, teaming up with Jamaican artists such as Lady Saw, Bounty Killer, and Toots and the Maytals. No Doubt's multiple genre style is noted in the song "Move On" where they state "We meshed the styles of five alive and intertwined and fused it". Their hits " Hey Baby " and " Underneath It All " won Grammy Awards.