No Doubt Albums Ranked

No Doubt is an American rock band from Anaheim, California, formed in 1986. The band consists of vocalist Gwen Stefani, guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal, and drummer Adrian Young. Since the mid-1990s, they have been supported by trombonist Gabrial McNair and trumpeter Stephen Bradley in live performances. Though their 1992 eponymous debut album failed to make an impact, its ska punk-inspired follow-up The Beacon Street Collection sold over 100,000 copies in 1995, over triple that of its predecessor. The band’s diamond-certified album Tragic Kingdom (1995) benefited from the resurgence of third-wave ska in the 1990s, and “Don’t Speak”, the third single from the album, set a record when it spent 16 weeks at the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart. “Just a Girl”, co-written by Stefani, was described as “the most popular cut on the CD”. Here are all of No Doubt Albums Ranked.

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7. The Singles 1992–2003 (2003)

“This greatest hits collection by No Doubt gives a good representation of their various hits from the 1990s and the millennium via 15 songs on one cd. What I enjoy the most about this collection is that there is intensity and creative effort put forth in the songs. For example, in “Hey Baby” Gwyneth Stefani pays special attention in making sure to craft her catchy song with an interesting story.”

6. The Beacon Street Collection (1995)

“This is a rock-solid album of good-olde-fashioned,foot-stompin’, crowd-pleasing’ ska-pop-ish music. “Open the Gate” is powerful and catchy. “Blue in the Face” is unique, ska, Eric Stefani gold and probably my favorite track. “Total Hate 95” is old school ska with a little rap– totally awesome! “Squeal”is a little jazzy, a little ska and so much fun. “Doghouse” is more Eric Stefani gold. “By the Way” is a beautiful ballad/love song thing that reminds me a lot of “Don’t Speak” even though it precedes it. “Stricken” is a catchy, awesomely fun love song that I’d love to have sung to me.”

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5. No Doubt (1992)

“Gwen’s voice sounds awesome, almost like Cyndi Lauper circa “She’s So Unusual.” “Get On the Ball,” “Let’s Get Back,” Paulina,” and “Sinking” are my favorites. Yes, the lyrics are a little on the cute side at times, like in “Ache” and “Paulina” but music doesn’t have to be all angst and melancholy all the time. Ska music is fun, and all music should be fun at least sometimes. Lighten up and smile once in a while.”

4. Push And Shove (2012)

“The new album is a near perfect blend of ska tinged pop, which is not a bad thing at all. “Push and Shove” and “Settle Down” are pretty good singles, but “Looking Hot” is a bouncy, dancehall song that’s impossible to sit still while listening to it. Other standouts are .”One More Summer”, “Easy”, “Sparkle”, with its horns, is a callback to old school No Doubters, and “Dreaming The Same Dream”, the coda, and possibly the album’s best. I’m more of an alternative rock kind of guy, but I love and appreciate many genres.”

3. Rock Steady (2001)

“I think “Rock Steady” is another jewel in No Doubt’s crown. All the songs are approximately four minutes or less, there’s a good deal of variation in the songs, they don’t copy the past as much as they borrow it and make it theirs, all the songs are pretty memorable and catchy. What else could I want in a cd? Plenty of hits are here if radio is willing, like “Hella Good”, “Hey Baby”, “Making Out”, “Underneath It All”, “Detective”, “Start The Fire” and “In My Head”. Many of the songs reminded me of other bands that I grew up with and enjoyed like The Cars (Only In My Head), Prince (Waiting Room), UB40 (Start The Fire, Rock Steady, Underneath It All), The Specials/Madness (Making Out, Detective, Don’t Let Me Down).”

2. Return Of Saturn (2000)

“Return of Saturn is an album that has the musical richness to compete with Tragic Kingdom, yet it is so often forgotten, even among some No doubt fans, I fear. No Doubt really extended their alternative influences and mixed them enjoyably with their pre-existing ska and reggae background. The result is a really unique sound that I would imagine would appeal to a regular No Doubt fan or a fan of its corresponding musical genres.”

1. Tragic Kingdom (1995)

“This is the one essential album from No Doubt if you only want to buy one for your collection, for those times where you feel like being nostalgic with a whole lot of songs you loved back in the 90’s/early 00’s. It’s full of their radio hits, falling post-ska and before Gwen Stefani became a bit of a cartoon of herself. It still rocks, with a strong female voice”