Tragic Kingdom (album) by No Doubt
In total, there are 7 music albums by No Doubt which appear in the greatest album charts and Tragic Kingdom is ranked as the best.
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|Tragic Kingdom by No Doubt (CD, Oct-1995, Interscope (USA))
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Tragic Kingdom track list
|1.||Spiderwebs||81/100 (29 votes)|
|2.||Excuse Me Mr.||79/100 (20 votes)|
|3.||Just A Girl||84/100 (31 votes)|
|4.||Happy Now?||77/100 (17 votes)|
|5.||Different People||77/100 (17 votes)|
|6.||Hey You||76/100 (16 votes)|
|7.||The Climb||77/100 (15 votes)|
|8.||Sixteen||77/100 (16 votes)|
|9.||Sunday Morning||82/100 (29 votes)|
|10.||Don't Speak||84/100 (35 votes)|
|11.||You Can Do It||75/100 (16 votes)|
|12.||World Go 'Round||76/100 (17 votes)|
|13.||End It On This||76/100 (17 votes)|
|14.||Tragic Kingdom||77/100 (19 votes)|
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There are several outstanding tracks, but it feels just a bit inconsistent.
When NO DOUBT was kick ass punk rock.
Spiderwebs is No Doubt at their finest moments. Unfortunately most of their work, including this album, isn't nearly as good.
Pretty awesome pop rock album here. Some songs are really great but the greatest moment is the ballad Don't Speak.
Pleasant album with unforgetable Don't Speak :)
Upbeat, creative and catchy. A nice antithesis to the gloom of the early 90s.
Brilliantly weak and shameful.
Classic No Doubt
The Tragic Kingdom of the title is Disney World if my memory serves me correctly. The title track sure makes this clear as it is the soundtrack of the ride from hell. Somehow also recalls the sound of their debut without the non-serious themes of 'Get on the Ball' and 'Paulina'. So a more mature release you could say. 'Different People' and 'Sixteen' the group are wise owls preaching to the younger while playing music you could sound track a party to. It's not all dance and sax though. Tragic Kingdom could also have a second meaning. You don't judge a book by it's cover but I am sure as hell going to interpret a CD by it's cover right now, Tragic Kingdom is the sound of a paradise lost. The band toil away under a bare tree on the cover. The oranges are going bad and flys are near by. The singer Gwen stands pretty near by like a poster girl who's trying to keep a brave face on things. Let me let you in on a secret. Only me and you will know this. The track 'Don't Speak' is about the split between the singer and the bass player. If the pleading of the chorus and the Spanish evening guitar interlude doesn't convince you this is an album of life's bitter tears, try 'Hey You'. "You're name will never change/ You're just like my Ken and Barbie Doll/ In a plastic world of make believe/ You're just like my Ken and Barbie Doll/ You know he's gonna leave" the young girl to be married is warned by the group. Behind a shiny exterior, this is an album of duality.
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