Wow, No Doubt really has changed. I listen to a ton of different stuff, but No Doubt have always been a favorite of mine. Sadly, I didn't get into them until Tragic Kingdom. BUT, that doesn't mean I'm not a true fan. I will say this, however, Rock Steady is a big stinker overall. Anyway, for this album, I loved everything. Tony's slap bass is very cool, and real No Doubt fans know that he obviously doesn't play that kind of bass any longer.
This album is very goofy, and you can tell that they had a lot of fun recording it. There is funk, ska, punk, reggae and a little disco-type beat in certain songs. For the person who reviewed this and didn't know what "BND" stands for, as well as anyone who reads this and didn't know, BND stands for Brand New Day, the last song on the album. BND, the intro, is just a part of the bridge of Brand New Day. Go ahead and listen, and you'll get what I mean. Anyway, this album was the last I picked up, so I'm a little disappointed with myself. Alas, I'm happy now that I have it, and it's a must have for any real No Doubt fan to have in their collection.