14 Songs, 59 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Doubt got the whole world pogoing to bouncy ska anthems with their 1995 breakthrough, Tragic Kingdom. Its raucous, pop-punk confections like “Just a Girl” and “Spiderwebs” haven't lost any of their adrenaline-pumping punch, but No Doubt can also break your heart with drama-packed ballads like “Don’t Speak.” The album made a star out of spitfire frontwoman Gwen Stefani, and it’s still the perfect fix if you’re looking for a catchy, ska-inspired blast of energy and attitude.

EDITORS’ NOTES

No Doubt got the whole world pogoing to bouncy ska anthems with their 1995 breakthrough, Tragic Kingdom. Its raucous, pop-punk confections like “Just a Girl” and “Spiderwebs” haven't lost any of their adrenaline-pumping punch, but No Doubt can also break your heart with drama-packed ballads like “Don’t Speak.” The album made a star out of spitfire frontwoman Gwen Stefani, and it’s still the perfect fix if you’re looking for a catchy, ska-inspired blast of energy and attitude.

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