|2. Simple Kind Of Life|
|4. Six Feet Under|
|5. Magic's In The Makeup|
|6. Artificial Sweetener|
|7. Marry Me|
|9. Too Late|
|10. Comforting Lie|
|11. Suspension Without Suspense|
|12. Staring Problem|
|13. Home Now|
|14. Dark Blue|
2)Simple Kind Of Life: The very first song ever composed soley by Gwen Stefani: words and music. Gwen sings about a relationship which she hoped would work out. Now don't kill me for this, but doesn't the chorus remind you of something by Shania Twain? Anyway, the song has a sort of poppy feel to it.
3)Bathwater: Wow. One of the best songs on the CD! No Doubt return to their ska roots and put in a bit of punk, and you get this! The lyrics are hard to understand, I suggest you get the lyric book inside the CD and read the words as though it was a story.
4)Six Feet Under: A fantastic song about death, Gwen's vocals are amazing in this song. If you've ever wondered about this song, you'll find you can relate. I sing this song all day and annoy my friends.
5)Magic's In The Make-up: Not one of my favourites, but a good song all the same. Gwen sings about her make-up, and how it hides who she truly is.
6)Artificial Sweetener: A great song about faking love, and Kanal is heard well in this. My favourite!
7)Marry Me: A haunting melody about marriage. Is this a proposal? Sounds like it to me. Another song with hard to understand lyrics, I'm afraid, but a catchy 'marrrry meeeee'.
8)New: Gwen sings about a person who is 'new' to her and is turning her world upside down. I love the keyboards, is that you Adrian?Read more ›
"Return of Saturn" fails to fall into the cracks of the two albums it's wedged in between: its solid, fun, and deep throughout. It shows considerably more lyrical strength than the even more than stable "Tragic Kingdom" and a more faithful sound than the still-excellent "Rock Steady." The singles are equally as effective as the album-only material (specifically third single "Bathwater," a ska/cabaret mishmash which is one of their best singles to date and the album exclusive "Comforting Lie," a haphazard and stunning blend of flamenco and surf guitars), and frontwoman Gwen Stefani's lyrics plumb the depths of her seemingly endless musical mind, allowing the band to flaunt a brand new style of maturity that was lacking on "Tragic Kingdom" and lost underneath the gleam on "Rock Steady.Read more ›