Tuesday, September 25, 2012
Mini Review:No Doubt Push and Shove.
I have to say that my biggest musical influence on my life is my older sister Heather and her wonderful taste in music. I owe my love for pretty much everything I have been listening to for the past 20 years (i'm 29) and No Doubt is no exception.
Whether it's their ska roots with their self titled debut No Doubt, The Brilliant Pop Punk Ska mesh on Tragic Kingdom, the moody Piece Di Resistance of Return of Saturn or their dance hall reggae anthems on Rock Steady, they have always stayed true to the original so-cal fun vibe of the band.And I am proud to say that No Doubt's latest album (11years in the making) Push and Shove is no exception. While a more polished album then previous adventures, it still has that 80's new wave / ska / dance hall sound that has become No Doubt's signature, but still remaining completely relevant to today's music market, actually, it's BETTER then what is being pawned off as "music" in this day and age.They truly are a welcome breath of fresh air to the Justin Bieber's of this world.
No Doubt "Settle Down" Music Video
No Doubt "Push and Shove" Music Video
No Doubt "Looking Hot" Live at iHeart Radio
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