No Doubt Songs 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 songs ranked.

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15. Settle Down (Push And Shove, 2012)

“Settle Down” is a fine way for the long-absent No Doubt to return. Opening with ‘classical proper sounding strings before settling into a tropical-reggae-influenced groove, “Settle Down” is different from everything else on the radio, which is a positive. It is not unlike past No Doubt either, well complimenting the band’s hits. Gwen Stefani sounds as quirky, yet as desirable a frontwoman as she always did.”

14. Running (Rock Steady, 2001)

“The more I hear this song I realize how sad it is… it’s just so sweet..I think everyone should have someone by their side whether it be a boyfriend-girlfriend.. best bud or band. just someone to inspire you and be there”

13. Tragic Kingdom (Tragic Kingdom, 1995)

“An amazing record of the last decade of the 20th century. Hope and heartbreak, optimism and pure stoicism. One of the great bands who could blend several rhythms and made disappear any boundaries.”

12. Trapped in a Box (No Doubt, 1992)

“I like it. The box is a metaphor not only for TV but for the increasingly limiting aspects of modern life as a whole. One of their earliest and best songs.”

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11. New (Go, 1999)

“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.”

10. Bathwater (Return of Saturn, 2000)

“I think it’s about being in love with someone who has absolutely no feelings for you. And that they are loved by everyone and they have no chance with them but they can’t get over it,”

9. Sunday Morning (Tragic Kingdom, 1995)

“I loved this song when it came out in 1997. I had the Tragic Kingdom CD, and this was one of my favorite tracks. I remember watching the video on MTV. Terry Hall from the Specials was in it. There weren’t a lot of albums that came out in the 90s that I really enjoyed, but Tragic Kingdom is still a good one, and this song is one of the standouts.”

8. Ex-Girlfriend (Return of Saturn, 2000)

“No Doubt has once again proved their ability to evolve. From their very first recordings of songs like “No Doubt” and “Where is Your Lovin'” to their newest hit “Ex-Girlfriend,” No Doubt has constantly come up with something fresh, but at the same time No Doubt-esque. Another great job by a great band.”

7. Underneath It All (Rock Steady, 2001)

“Absolutely love this song. A good choice to play at a wedding. I would recommend it to friends and family. You won’t be disappointed.”

6. Hella Good (Rock Steady, 2001)

“This has a hard-driving, pumping beat that makes you want to get up and dance. It has a nice major interlude in the middle of the song that makes a nice contrast with the essentially minor tonalities of the song.”

5. It’s My Life (The Singles 1992-2003, 2003)

“A great example of where the remake is better than the original! As good as the original hit song by the iconic 80’s group “Talk Talk” was, the remake by “No Doubt” is so much better in my opinion. What makes the remake better to me is the up-tempo beat by “No Doubt” combined with the ultra- sultry, sexy vocals of Gwen Stefani. I believe No Doubt’s unique treatment of this song definitely renders it as timeless and ensures that it will be enjoyed by many now, as well as by generations to come.”

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4. Hey Baby (Rock Steady, 2001)

“I am happy with the selection of songs. For the money it’s a great deal. No Doubt is one of my favorite artists. Gwen Stefani has such a sultry and sexy voice”

3. Spiderwebs (Tragic Kingdom, 1995)

“Great track from my childhood! I really like this track and many of their greatest hits. If you are a fan, then you should buy this song or the album / greatest hits!”

2. Just a Girl (Tragic Kingdom, 1995)

“This is a classic No Doubt song and you can’t help but love it! It makes you want to rock out and scream that your just a girl. Love this song because it reminds me of how sometimes men view women as “just a girl” and not as the talent they are.”

1. Don’t Speak (Tragic Kingdom, 1995)

“When ‘Don’t Speak’ first debuted, I realized instantly from the first, few bars that No Doubt, the song, and Gwen Stephanie would take the music industry by storm; that she did. She had so much talent, that she was going to create an indelible impression—the rest is history. The song rocks, and is still super bad! I’ll go a step further and say, it’s an all-time great.”