Sunday Morning - No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom (Cassette, Album)

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  1. No doubt know little of Israel, but Israel knows something of No Doubt. Following the slow American triumph of their Tragic Kingdom LP (released in October , it finally reached No. 1 in.
  2. Album: Tragic Kingdom: Explicit: NO: Label: Trauma: Energy Danceability Happiness Loudness Speechiness; 1: 0: 3: Recommendations for Harmonic Mixing. The following tracks will sound good when mixed with No Doubt - Sunday Morning, because they have similar tempos, adjacent Camelot values, and Album Version W/ Intro. 10B.
  3. Oct 10,  · No Doubt's release, Tragic Kingdom, brought Southern California's ska scene to a national stage while elevating the band to star status. An irresistible mix of reggae, punk, and power pop, Tragic Kingdom scored several hits, among them "Spiderwebs," "Just a Girl," and "Don't Speak."/5().
  4. No Doubt is the house that Tragic Kingdom built. Stacked with decade-defining hits – ‘Spiderwebs’, ‘Sunday Morning’ and, of course, the untouchable ‘Don’t Speak’ – the album became a cultural.
  5. Sunday Morning This song is by No Doubt and appears on the album Tragic Kingdom () and on the compilation album The Singles ().
  6. Tragic Kingdom is an album released in by alternative rock/ska band No Doubt. It is their third studio album and the last one featuring founding member and keyboardist Eric Stefani, who left.
  7. Label: Not On Label - none • Format: Cassette Album, Unofficial Release • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Reggae, Funk / Soul, Pop • No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom (Cassette) | Discogs Explore4/5(1).
  8. Listen free to No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom (Spiderwebs, Excuse Me Mr. and more). 14 tracks (). Tragic Kingdom is the third studio album by American third wave ska band No Doubt, released on October 10, , by Trauma Records, a division of Interscope Records. The album was produced by Matthew Wilder and was recorded in eleven different studios across California between March .
  9. Mar 15,  · Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit No Doubt’s record, an icon of the ska.

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