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No Doubt 30

No Doubt Formed in Dec. 1986. They had there first official show on March  14, 1987. Now 25 Year later in 2012. We reflect on 25 Year No Doubt. This No Doubt Special was Launched on March 14th, 2012. Enjoy!
Welcome l 30 Year No Doubt Recap l Credits
Gwen l Tom l Tony l Adrian l Stephen l Gabe l Eric l John
OC l JAG l Fender l Look & Feel l Appearance
1986 1990 1994 1998 2002 2006 2010 2014
1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015
1988 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 2012 2016
1989 1993 1997 2001 2005 2009 2013 2017


  • 1.0 Year Recap
  • 2.0 Tour Info
  • 2.1 General Information
  • 2.2 Setlist
  • 3.0 Photos
  • 4.0 Releases
  • 4.1 Cover
  • 4.2 Info
  • 4.3 Released
  • 4.4 Tracklist
  • 4.5 Charts
  • 5.0 Videos

1.0 Year Recap

  • February 1999
    After numerous attempts to find "the" producer, the band decides on Glen Ballard, with Jack Joseph Puig as the man with "the" right mix and Alain Johannes (of Eleven fame) as the engineer. The magic (and long process) occurs at two Los Angeles studios-Ocean Way and Royaltone. Gwen said the band has three goals: to grow as songwriters, keep it simple and clean instrumentally with no tricks, and to be spontaneous.
  • February 22, 1999
    Adrian's Schwing Magazine Charity Golf Tournament raises money for a Hollywood charity. Out for a putt and a swing, members from the Offspring, NOFX, Smashmouth and Cherry Poppin' Daddies. Earlier in '99, Adrian and Vandals drummer Joe Escalante started Schwing, an alternative golf publication through Thrasher. Lots of musicians and girls in bikinis.
  • March 1999
    Tragic Kingdom receives RIAA's Diamond Award, the new honor for albums that sold more than 10 million copies in the U.S.
    Band says "yes" to hip movie Go and delivers "New" for soundtrack. Finally, new No Doubt music-although it's not so new ("New" was the first song the band wrote after Tragic Kingdom). The song, produced by Jerry Harrison, is received at radio with enthusiasm.
  • April 1999
    Tom remarks: "This is our eighth week recording... and probably our 80th week working on this record." Bouncy trombonist/keyboardist Gabrial McNair has been cheerfully adding his vibes for all 80 weeks! Trumpeter Stephen Bradley is in the mix too.
    Unable to wait until Gwen finishes vocals for a track, Maggen, the singer's 14-year-old dog, went poo-poo on the studio carpet. Gwen cleans it with paper towels and disposes of the mess in the garbage bin next to the studio, locking herself into the stinky, gated structure in the process. "There I am, standing on top of the garbage bin that smells awful while everyone is inside a sound-proof studio!"
  • May 1999
    Seventeen songs are recorded-the band is really excited. It's a new sound for them. There's a pervasive early '80s New Wave thing, a very organic rock '70s sparse sound, and its somewhere between rock, pop and reggae.
    Burning London-A Clash Tribute is released. It includes No Doubt's cover of "Hateful," which is produced by David Kahne and includes guest vocals, growls and hand gestures by Billy Idol. Proceeds are donated to an L.A. youth shelter.
  • June 1999
    Gwen adds vocals to Fishbone's cover of Sly and the Family Stone's "Everybody is a Star" for the Fishbone and Familyhood Nextperience tribute album (out March 2000).
  • July 1999
    No Doubt completes mixing at Ocean Way with Jack Joseph Puig. Band is really excited. Interscope Records is really excited. If the fans knew, they would be excited. Then the band decides to record two more songs; now they are the only ones excited. Upcoming tour is put on hold.
  • August 1999
    Band enters the studio again to record new songs for the as-yet-untitled album.
    Tragic Kingdom continues to sell big, reaching 15 million worldwide.
    No Doubt hosts their second annual co-birthday bash for Tony and Adrian (who sports a pink mohawk for the party) at Adrian's home in Lakewood, California. Celebrating the dynamic duo's special day: members from 311, Rage Against the Machine, the Vandals, Perry Farrell, actor Vince Vaughn, and... well, more rock and movie stars than the neighbors liked. It was a long and festive night.
  • September 30, 1999
    No Doubt kicks off an eight-city West Coast club tour in San Diego in full pop gear: Tony and Tom wear red jumpsuits, the horn section in lime green, Gwen in bubblegum pink (including her feathered hair), and Adrian shirtless and in boxers.
  • October 3, 1999
    Gwen turns 30! She embraces the milestone-as does the press!
  • October 9, 1999
    On the final night of No Doubt's club tour, in a tender moment at The Fillmore in San Francisco, Adrian lures his girlfriend Nina to the stage, and before the thousand-plus fans, gets down on one knee, professes his love and then proposes. Nina shakes her head "yes" and the two exit the stage in each other's arms. The band, moved to tears, finishes the set with Vandals drummer Josh Freese covering for Adrian.
  • Winter 1999
    Final touches are made to the as yet untitled new record. Even more recording, mixing, and mastering to make it just right.
  • Dec. 5, 1999
    No Doubt attends the VH1/Vogue Fashion Awards at New York's fashionable 26th Street Armory. The very fashionable band is nominated for Most Stylish Video for "New" (which they won!) and Gwen-proudly displaying her multi-colored braces-is nominated for Most Fashionable Female Artist.
  • December 31, 1999
    Way to ring in the millennium!! No Doubt played at one of the biggest parties in the world: the MTV New Year's Eve celebration in Times Square. The first band to play MTV in the new millennium, No Doubt took the stage a few minutes after midnight, performing a festive rendition of REM'S "It's the End of the World (And I Feel Fine)," their upcoming single "Ex-Girlfriend," and the old skool "Spiderwebs."

2.0 Tour Info

2.1 General Information 2.2 Setlist
Name No Tour Name
Tour Dates 9
Size National
Venues Venues
Outstanding Venues

The Fillmore, San Francisco, CA

  1. New
  2. Sunday Morning
  3. Bathwater
  4. Happy Now
  5. Simple Kind Of Life
  6. Six Feet Under
  7. Different People
  8. Ex-Girlfriend
  9. Don't Speak
  10. End It On This
  11. Marry Me
  12. Just A Girl
  13. Staring Problem
  14. Excuse Me Mr.
  15. Jumping Someone Else's Train
  16. Spiderwebs

3.0 Photos

4.0 Releases

4.1 Cover4.2 Info4.3 Released
  • No Doubt
  • NEW
  • Single
  • May 1999
  • Usa
4.4 Tracklist4.5 Charts
American 12" vinyl single
  1. "New" (New Doubt Club Mix) 6:18
  2. "New" (New & Approved Remix (Extended Edit)) 6:20
German single
  1. "New" (Album Version) - 4:15
  2. New & Approved Remix - 5:40
German maxi single
  1. "New" (Album Version) - 4:15
  2. New & Approved Remix - 5:40
  3. New & Approved Remix (Extended Edit) 6:20
  4. New Doubt Club Mix - 6:18
Australian CD maxi single
  1. "New" - 4:15
  1. "New" (New & Approved Remix) 5:40
  2. "New" (New & Approved Remix (Extended Version)) 6:20
  3. "New" (New Doubt Club Mix) 6:18
  • Note: the disc lists only the album version, the sleeve lists only remixes as tracks 1-3.
British CD single
  1. "New" - 4:15
  2. New Doubt Club Mix - 6:18
  3. New & Approved Remix - 5:40
UK Singles Chart 30
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock 7
Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles 123
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 7
Irish Singles Chart 98

5.0 Videos



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