Elizabeth Stolfi
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No Doubt
Boom Box

"It all comes Full Circle," sings, now superstar, Gwen Stefani on disc 3 of her bandís 4-disc box set entitled Boom Box, due out November 25th. That line comes from Return of Saturn b-side "Full Circle", which also happens to be one of the highlights of their upcoming release. No Doubt has certainly come full circle since their garage band days in the 80ís in a small town in Orange County, California.

After 9 years of existence, the bandís first radio hit ďJust a GirlĒ exploded No Doubtís star power into the mainstream. "Donít Speak," another track from 1995ís Tragic Kingdom, is the song that displayed musical maturity and staying power that proved to anyone needing convincing that No Doubt was the real deal. The album went on to sell more than 15 million copies, making No Doubt international pop stars, and front woman Gwen Stefani a pop culture icon.

Release date: November 25, 2003
Label: Interscope
Rating: 9.5 / 10

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