No Doubt Discography
No Doubt was formed in Anaheim, California in 1986. After many line-up changes, it released its self-titled debut album in 1992, but its ska-pop sound failed due to the popularity of the grunge movement. Following the self-released The Beacon Street Collection, Tragic Kingdom was released in 1995 and rode the surge of ska punk to become one of the best-selling albums, largely due to the international success of its third single "Don't Speak".
No Doubt's follow-up, Return of Saturn, was released nearly five years later and was quickly certified Platinum in the U.S., but failed to match the success of Tragic Kingdom. The band collaborated with many producers and other artists to record Rock Steady in under a year, mixing the band's New Wave and pop sounds with ragga music. The album was a comeback for the band, selling well and yielding career-highest singles chart positions. After Rock Steady, the band released several compilations and went on hiatus. Singer Gwen Stefani released two solo albums (see Gwen Stefani discography), and guitarist Tom Dumont's side project Invincible Overlord, a collaboration with Ted Matson, released The Living Album and a remix of No Doubt's "Bathwater" on its website. In 2009, No Doubt covered and released a new song, called "Stand And Deliver" It was issued as a promotional single. It also appeared on the deluxe edition of their new album, Push And Shove No Doubt's long awaited new album, Push And Shove was released on September 25, 2012. It debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200, with sales of 115,00 copies. The lead single, "Settle Down" performed weakly around the globe, peaking at #34 on the Billboard Hot 100. The following single, "Looking Hot" has so far only charted in the U.K., at #397. "Push And Shove" was issued as a promotional single from the album.
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“The greatest obstacle to being heroic is the doubt whether one may not be going to prove ones self a fool; the truest heroism is to resist the doubt; and the profoundest wisdom, to know when it ought to be resisted, and when it be obeyed.”
—Nathaniel Hawthorne (18041864)