I thought this would suck, it was actually very good.
No Doubt’s 6th studio album Push and Shove fell under the radar after its lackluster release in 2012. However, it delivers everything you could want from a No Doubt album: a blending of dancehall and electronic beats, punk sensibility, great lyrics, and Gwen Stefani’s playful, pop-filled vocalizations. Although it does not contain a chart topping hit like Don’t Speak from Tragic Kingdom, the album reaches new heights and demonstrates a sense of musical maturity and evolution while staying true to the band’s unique sound. This is one of my go-to workout albums, as I can just press play and run to the multitude of beats that extend through the hour long run time. Totally worth a listen if you want an upbeat, fun, and diverse record.
Gwen stefani her 2004 cd i think i wanted to barrow it but than they took it from me too but than i found the cd again i still think her frist album is the best it 's called love music Angel baby and than later i think i found the cd .
This album lacks the passion and the sparkle that their former albums contained. I am having a hard time getting into any of the songs. No particular song is grabbing my attention.
They're back! I've been a huge fan my entire life and was so pumped to hear that they had a new CD coming out. Push and Shove isn't as reggae sounding as some of their older tunes but I found that the more I played it the more I heard those beats that got me hooked years ago.
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