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No Doubt is an American ska punk band whose music was initially
influenced heavily by ska, punk and New Wave. Typically classed as pop,
No Doubt are "genre benders". The earlier work of No Doubt was
quintessential ska but their latest album contains heavy elements of both
pop and rock. No Doubt is planning to record sometime this year to
release a new album in 2007.
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No Doubt is heavily influenced by Jamaican culture and have teamed up with many Jamaican artists such as Lady Saw and Bounty Killer. No Doubt's multiple genre style is noted in the song "Move On" where they state "We meshed the styles of five alive and intertwined and fused it". Many believe that No Doubt have "sold out" by losing their Ska roots but others state that it shows their diversity. Some believe that they are still Ska, as many of their newer songs contain Ska elements.
The release of 1995's Tragic Kingdom and the single "Just a Girl" allowed the group to achieve mainstream commercial success. A second single, "Spiderwebs", was also successful, and their third single, "Don't Speak" (1996), which was written about the dissolution of Stefani's and bassist Tony Kanal's romantic relationship, was a number one hit for 16 weeks on the Billboard airplay chart.Tragic Kingdom has sold over 15 million copies worldwide and has been certified diamond in the United States.
No Doubt's 2001 studio album, Rock Steady, produced two hit Grammy award winning singles, "Hey Baby" which featured Bounty Killer and "Underneath It All" which featured the first lady of dancehall, Lady Saw. Both singles managed to reach the top five in on the Billboard Hot 100. Gwen Stefani in 2005 confirmed that the band would re-enter the studio to record another album for release in 2007.