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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
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1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015
1988 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 2012 2016
1989 1993 1997 2001 2005 2009 2013 2017

1996

  • 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

  • January 1996
    Several months after it's release, Tragic Kingdom debuts on Billboard's Top 200 at No. 175, and the single "Just A Girl" reaches No. 10. Tom, the music's author, told Guitar World: "That single surprised the hell out of me. I always thought the song was cool, but I never expected it to fly like it has." Video, which features band and Gwen in separate rooms, is all over MTV; media focuses on Gwen's midriff and bindi.
    No Doubt makes late night debut performing "Just A Girl" on Late Night with Conan O'Brien.
  • March 28, 1996
    David Letterman is seen tapping his foot while No Doubt performs "Just A Girl" on The Late Show.
  • May 1996
    On the road opening for Bush, Gwen breaks her foot while performing; the show must go on-this time with plenty of Band-Aids.
  • June 1996
    The catchy "Spiderwebs," with music by Tony and Gwen-penned lyrics NOT about their relationship, reaches No. 5 in Billboard.
    Band begins their first European tour, followed by dates in Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia and Japan.
  • July 1996
    Tragic Kingdom goes Platinum.
    Gwen changes her hairstyle; media focuses on her belly, bindi and 'do.
  • August 1996
    Tragic Kingdom certified Double-Platinum. Although No Doubt had been headlining in clubs for seven years, they embark on their first sold-out, theater-size headlining tour. Fashion magazines and teens mirror Gwen's style; Gwennabees are hatched.
  • September 5, 1996
    Mutual admiration established, No Doubt returns to Letterman to perform "Spiderwebs."
  • Sometime 1996
    A leading news magazine reports that "that No Doubt girl" is paving the way for a new style; she changes her hair again. The band gets cropped out of photos. No Doubt stipulates they are A BAND, not just a girl. Gwen becomes the reigning queen of pop.
  • October 1996
    November issue of SPIN hits the stands with No Doubt cover story-only they forget No Doubt is a BAND. Gwen's pretty face and belly button get top billing while the boys are relegated to the Table of Contents page. SPIN says: "No Doubt is the Last American New Wave Group."
  • November 1996
    After performing nearly every night for a year, Gwen's vocal chords are strained; the band cancels its second European tour; the dates are made up in early 1997.
    Quintessential power ballad "Don't Speak," about Tony and Gwen's break up, reaches No. 2 on the Modern Rock chart and No. 1 on Hot 100 airplay chart in Billboard.
    The cathartic video depicts three forgotten guys pitted against the adored singer; it was therapeutic. "Has it got to the point where we mean nothing? If Gwen doesn't speak, we mean nothing?" Tom queries a Rolling Stone writer.
  • December 7, 1996
    No Doubt perform "Don't Speak" and "Excuse Me Mr." on Saturday Night Live.
    The following week Tragic Kingdom reaches No. 1 in Billboard-14 months after its release, selling 229,000 copies the first week at the top spot, more than 500,000 Christmas week, and six million total. The album will spend nine weeks at No. 1, and 36 weeks in the Top 10.
  • Decade of No Doubt

2.0 Tour Info

2.1 General Information 2.2 Setlist
Name Tragic Kingdom Tour
Tour Dates 100+
Size International
Venues Venues / Arena
Outstanding Venues

Roskilde Festival, Sweden

  1. Opening tape (Main Street Electrical Parade)
  2. Tragic Kingdom
  3. Excuse Me Mr.
  4. Different People
  5. Sunday Morning
  6. Just A Girl
  7. Let's Get Back
  8. The Climb
  9. Sailin' On
  10. Happy Now?
  11. Move On
  12. End It On This
  13. Don't Speak
  14. Total Hate
  15. Spiderwebs
  16. Hey You (acoustic)
  17. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

3.0 Photos

4.0 Singles

4.1 Cover4.2 Info4.3 Released
  • No Doubt
  • JUST A GIRL
  • Single
  • 1996
  • Europe
4.4 Tracklist4.5 Charts
American CD single
  1. "Just a Girl" 3:31
  2. "Different People" 4:38
  3. "Just a Girl" (video)
European CD single
  1. "Just a Girl" 3:32
  2. "Just a Girl" (live from London, UK) 5:39
  3. "Don't Speak" (live from Hamburg, Germany) 5:28
  4. "Hey You" (live from Den Haag, Holland) 3:20
German CD single
  1. "Just a Girl" 3:29
  2. "Different People" 4:34
  3. "Open the Gate" 3:38
Swiss Singles Top 100 31
Austria Top 40 21
French Singles Chart 28
Dutch Mega Top 50 14
Belgian Ultratop 50 30
Norwegian Singles Chart 4
Australian ARIA Charts 3
New Zealand RIANZ Singles Chart 9
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 23
U.S. Billboard Pop Songs 24
U.S. Billboard Alternative Songs 10
UK Singles Chart 38

1996

Canadian RPM Alternative 30 25
Swedish Singles Chart 14
1997
UK Singles Chart (re-release) 3

4.1 Cover4.2 Info4.3 Released
  • No Doubt
  • SPIDERWEBS
  • Single
  • 1996
  • Europe
4.4 Tracklist4.5 Charts
Australian single
  1. "Spiderwebs" (LP version) 4:28
  2. "Spiderwebs" (live from KROQ) 4:05
  3. "Sailin' On" (from MOM: Music for Our Mother Ocean) 3:37
  4. "Just a Girl" (video - enhanced version)
British single 1
  1. "Spiderwebs" (LP version) 4:28
  2. "The Climb" (live) 7:56
  3. "Doghouse" 4:30
  4. "Spiderwebs" (video) 4:08
British single 2
  1. "Spiderwebs" (LP version) 4:28
  2. "D.J.'s" (live) 4:06
  3. "Let's Get Back" (LP version) 4:14
  4. "Excuse Me Mr." (video) 3:37
Promotional US CD Single
  1. "Spiderwebs" (Radio Edit) 3:50
  2. "Spiderwebs" (Album Version) 4:28
Swedish single
  1. "Spiderwebs" (LP version) 4:28
  2. "Sailin' On" (from MOM: Music for Our Mother Ocean) 3:37
Spanish single
  1. "Spiderwebs" (LP version) 4:28
  2. "The Climb" (live) 7:56
  3. "Doghouse" 4:30
  4. "Oi to the World" - 2:42
  5. "Spiderwebs" (video) 4:08
Canadian RPM Singles Chart 11
Canadian RPM Alternative 30 8
New Zealand Singles Chart 30
Swedish Top 60 23
U.S. Billboard Pop Songs 11
U.S. Billboard Alternative Songs 5
U.S. Billboard Adult Pop Songs 29

4.1 Cover4.2 Info4.3 Released
  • No Doubt
  • DON T SPEAK
  • Single
  • 1996
  • Europe
4.4 Tracklist4.5 Charts
UK and European CD single
UK cassette single
  1. "Don't Speak" 4:23
  2. "Greener Pastures" (from The Beacon Street Collection album) 5:05
UK, European, Australian, and Japanese CD maxi single
  1. "Don't Speak" 4:23
  2. "Don't Speak" (Alternate Version) 4:23 (*)
  3. "Hey You" (Acoustic Version) 3:25 (*)
  4. "Greener Pastures" (from The Beacon Street Collection album) 5:05

(*) Recorded at York Street Studios, Auckland, New Zealand, September 1996.

UK limited 7" single
A. "Don't Speak" 4:23
B. "Greener Pastures" 5:05
Australian Singles Chart 1
Belgian Singles Chart (Flanders) 1
Belgian Singles Chart (Wallonia) 2
Canadian RPM Singles Chart 1
Canadian RPM Alternative 30 6
Danish Singles Chart 1
Dutch Top 40 1
European Hot 100 Singles 1
Finnish Singles Chart 4
French Singles Chart 4
German Singles Chart 2
Irish Singles Chart 1
New Zealand Singles Chart 1
Norwegian Singles Chart 1
Swedish Singles Chart 1
Swiss Singles Chart 1
UK Singles Chart 1
U.S. Billboard Hot 100 Airplay 1
U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks 2
U.S. Billboard Adult Contemporary 6

5.0 Videos

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