No Doubt
The Singles 1993-2003
(Interscope)
When you throw aside the filler that often bogs down their discs, No Doubt is one of the best pop bands around. From the breakthrough single “Just a Girl” to their previously un-issued cover of Talk Talk’s “It’s My Life,” The Singles is a fine collection. The disc shows their progress from ska-punk to new wave revivalists, and although there is some absolute sugar coated shit on here—”Hey Baby” being by far the worst—The Singles will surprise some of No Doubt’s critics.
—Trevor MacLaren

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