No Doubt once very popular in the era of the 90s. Song Do not Speak (Tragic Kingdom, 1995) is now a kind of evergreen songs of the alternative era. First, from the realm of ska, in addition to No Doubt also exists Save Ferris (Come on Eileen).
No Doubt had tried to survive by album ROCK STEADY (2001) were released after RETURN OF SATURN (2000), but they can not call it a success. Gwen Stefani, lead singer of the coolest extra is also a solo career, and the name of No Doubt became mere memories.
Early 2012, the rumors circulating. Lovers of the 90s jazz rumors that mention No Doubt reunion. And here he is, PUSH AND shove a September 2012 release. A series of teaser clips heat up the atmosphere before Settle Down circulated.
As a debut single after 11 years, Settle Down can redeem longing. Vocal Gwen has not changed, so too sexy appearance at the age of four heads. In her music, she looks no trouble moving the body.
Adrian Young (drums), Tony Kanal (bass), Tom Dumont (guitar) and Gwen Stefani officially back. They still carry the same tone of Jamaica, this time sounding more viscous. Not only ska, and reggae and dub as well, even Ragamuffin and dancehall. Settle Down so catchy ear, continued the tradition of entertaining the typical No Doubt.
What is interesting here is how they maintain roots with the energy of rock music. Looking Hot, track both the circulation of a video clip of her troubled, had trumpet and reggae part was unexpected, although it sounds more pop.
One More Summer actually sounds like one of Gwen’s solo songs. His sound is so modern, like most of the songs today, were it not due to distinctive vocals Gwen. Heard it, easily imagine this song sung by Kesha or with Nicki Minaj.
Push and Shove in fourth place, opened by dub reverberations. No Doubt back air-Jamaica, a little too modern so again, as one of the songs that will be played at nightclubs. Gwen shows the ability of air-Ragamuffin here, which is not bad. No need to wonder, was Major Lazer at this track. Apparently he makes Push and Shove it sounds like a modern pop in general.