I've been a huge No Doubt fan since 'Tragic Kingdom' came out in '95. After that I scooped up their previous albums, 'No Doubt' and 'The Beacon Street Collection' and played them on repeat. Just about everyone can sing along to 'Just a Girl' or 'Don't Speak' when they come on during the Back in the Day Cafe, right? I just don't understand why everyone doesn't LOVE, LOVE, LOVE No Doubt as much as I do. I love that they can sound current, but still stay true to their reggae infused style. You can hear their unique edge blended with the current sound in everything they put out. 'Return of Saturn' and 'Rock Steady' were total ND ear candy. Am I wrong?

Tony Kanal tells Rolling Stone magazine:

"We want to sound modern but we're still influenced by ska, reggae and Eighties UK bands," Kanal told Rolling Stone earlier this month. "There's no way to escape who we are."

Maybe it's just a symptom of being an ND super fan, but I find something I like about every single track I hear! And who didn't love Mrs. Stefani's solo stuff? I saw her in concert both with No Doubt and solo and totally got lost in both! I snapped some photos of the hot, blonde Mama and included them below for you to enjoy!


Listen to the 'Push and Shove' Album Sampler HERE!

I've listened twice now. GOOD STUFF!!! Do you agree?