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Tragic Kingdom (album) by No Doubt

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Tragic Kingdom
Tragic Kingdom by No Doubt (1995)
Overall rank: 1,043rd   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
75/100 (from 299 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1995 (18th)
Award Top albums of the 1990s (221st)
Award Best albums of all time (1,043rd)

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No Doubt bestography

Tragic Kingdom is ranked as the best album by No Doubt.

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Average Rating: 
75/100 (from 299 votes)
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75/100
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This is a close second to Rock Steady for me. Full of hits and great deep cuts but a ton of filler at the end
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No Doubt's first proper album as not-an-11-or-so-give-or-take-piece-ska band is a set of a bunch of songs penned about Stefani's relationship and subsequent breakup with the guitarist Kaman.

It makes for quite a drama and fuel's Sefani's best lyrics of her career.

This is the first album I ever bought so I have an affinity for it, but at an attempt for objectivity, it is good not great.

Don't Speak and Just a Girl are excellent and well known singles.

Spiderwebs, Excuse Me Mr. and Sunday Morning are standouts as well.

Tragic Kingdom is overly long and loses my interest past Don't Speak docking some points for me. It would have been a service to the material to scale this down to 11 songs in a classic less is more lesson.

No Doubt gets progressively worse from here but it's Stefani's rise to fame and longevity of popularity that is the interesting tale and here is where it all started.

That and the drummer always played naked which had to at least garner a few extra fans.
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When I was 12... this was the shit.
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Just amazing
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90/100
I really wish they would come out with another album this good. Such a great album even years later!
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From swhaze
Man, I sure wish Gwen Stefani was still making music like this! I remember purchasing this album back when it was new after hearing "Spiderwebs" and "Don't Speak" on the radio. The album remained in constant rotation on my CD player for many years thereafter and I count it as one of those "special" albums where everything about it seems to work it its favor. This is one of those rare CDs that you can listen right through without having to skip any tracks. I'd say there are maybe 5 absolute classics, 6 very good tracks and 3 okay ones.
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There are several outstanding tracks, but it feels just a bit inconsistent.
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When NO DOUBT was kick ass punk rock.
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Pretty awesome pop rock album here. Some songs are really great but the greatest moment is the ballad Don't Speak.
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