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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.
This is my favorite ND album. I have them all, even the wretched "Rock Steady" which I plan on trading in for a Specials album whenever I get the chance. "No Doubt" is a fun, funky album that will make you smile and feel good. Eric Stefani's keyboard work and lyrics and Gwen's dreamy voice really make this album special. I wish more bands made music like this these days.
So put down your Nirvana album, quit trying to be all cool and angst-ridden for five minutes and listen to this album.
This album has No Doubt in all of roughness and glory, with Eric's steady hand and sound ear guiding the music. Yes, some of the tracks are corny, but then again, most of Ska is juvenility with a swinging beat and a Black Sabbath lead guitar.
This disk is half-crap. At some point every band is bad-the Beatles were once Quarrymen, you know. But the good bands have this spark, the good ones at least, and you hear it in their early music. Yes, it reminds us of a two year old at time, but there is a potential and a foreshadowing of grace in these tracks that hint of things to come.
I just wish that Eric had stayed with the band, sine he did such a wonderful job on "Tragic Kingdom."
In conclusion, it is clear TO ME why this album did not sell too well. (Don't worry, I still love you NxD!)
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I am a huge No Doubt fan so it was essential that I get all of their releases. This album was before they made it big with Tragic Kingdom. Read morePublished on Feb. 15 2011 by n_ostrom1
Is this no doubt you mighgt say the first time you hear this! If you are a new no doubt fan and you like the new stuff like rocksteady and the singles cd which is good music, you... Read morePublished on June 15 2004
I know No Doubt was a ska band before Tragic Kingdom and all, but this is way beyond ska, this is put me to sleep music. It is not the No Doubt I know and love. Read morePublished on May 22 2004 by Slothmo
This is a very fun album to listen to.
BND - 10/10 - Just 44 seconds of music but it kind of gives you an idea what this CD sounds like. Read more
I saw this at a used CD store for 7$ and thought,what the heck, I'll try it. It was wonderful! The songs are catchy and Gwen's voice, though not so polished, still sounds great! Read morePublished on Feb. 16 2004 by Kylie
This album by 'No Doubt' is good for a debut. Tragic Kingdom is much better. Most of the songs on here sound the same! Read morePublished on Jan. 31 2004
It seems as if the debut No Doubt record was not a big seller. How I will never know as the high energy rhythms combined with creative horn and keyboard arrangements make it a... Read morePublished on Jan. 4 2004 by G. J Wiener
First I want to say that although I love No Doubt to death I listened to this CD somewhat unbiased. It's No Doubt as we love it, but not so polished. Read morePublished on Dec 7 2003 by L. Allen
It's very hard to compare this CD to any of No Doubt's later work. All the band members were a lot younger and it was a different time. Read morePublished on Dec 3 2003 by Dustin Gonzalez