No Doubt

By Marcus Kagler

No Doubt’s ubiquitous juggernaut of a third album, Tragic Kingdom (1995 Trauma/Interscope), arguably marked the end of grunge mainstream dominance and the beginning of the even more lucrative post-grunge movement of the mid-90’s. By mixing the angst ridden outsider rock of grunge with elements of 80’s synth pop, ska, and a no-nonsense feminist attitude, No Doubt appealed equally to teenage girls and boys of almost every musical persuasion. Of course, much of that appeal stemmed from the flamboyant presence of lead singer Gwen Stefani, who embodied  a more empowered... Read More

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