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No Doubt has achieved a lot as a band, including releasing several multi-platinum albums (1995’s diamond-certified Tragic Kingdom, 2001’s Rock Steady, and a 2003 singles collection) and a string of chart-topping hits (“Just A Girl,” “Don’t Speak,” “Hey Baby,” “Hella Good,” “Underneath It All,” and “It’s ... Read more in Amazon's No Doubt Store

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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Universal Music Distribution
  • ASIN: 555942773X
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "crazy_8itch2003" on 12 Oct. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Why were these tracks Rarities and B-Sides when there some of No Doubts best songs?!
I got this CD with the boom box and its one of the best!
Most of the Tracks are all taken from the Return of Saturn/ Rock steady era, therefore are quite alternative and electro rock compared to the ska tracks in Tragic Kingdom and the Becan Street collection.
However there are a few exceptions, like the cover of the Vandels Ska track Oi to the World (the video is also on the disc) and the remixes, which arent particulary great, infact they let the disc down, but there are lots of no doubt tracks to cover them up.
The disc includes Big Distraction abonus song from return of saturn, which is worth listening to if you havent already!
Theres some catchy fast songs and some deep alternative ones such as Beauty Contest which are really good.
Owners of Rock steady will enjoy in 'New Friend' as it includes parts of in my head. This song was cast away from rock steady as in my head was produced and is just as good.
NO DOUBT FANS BUY THIS!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By "squeak98347" on 13 Jun. 2005
Format: Audio CD
On this album you get to see how No Doubt's sound has changed, from its ska roots to its hip-hop/pop/rock sound now. The opening track, Big Distraction, took me a while to like but it's one of the best songs that I've heard in years. Another BRILLIANT song on this album is Cellophane Boy, it's amazingly good. The other songs are pretty good too, especially the two versions of Everything In Time and You're So Foxy. Sure, there are a few songs that I don't appreciate, such as I Throw My Toys Around or New and Approved (having said that, I never really liked New anyway), but overall it's a fantastic album. I think it's their best album they've done, and if you don't like Gwen Stefani's "music" at the moment don't let that put you off because this is nothing like it. This is No Doubt at their best, and it's just a shame it didn't have the success it deserved.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Richards VINE VOICE on 12 Nov. 2004
Format: Audio CD
It is to No Doubt's credit that an album of their "B" sides, combined with material that didn't make previous albums, could be so good. This is clearly a group overflowing with talent, originality and creativity.
This album rivals "Rock Steady" and "Tragic Kingdom" in intensity, with rocking reggae and ska beats, guaranteed to have you tapping and nodding along from the first listen. Not recommended for your CD drive if you work in a formal office setting, because even with headphones, it'll be painfully obvious what you're up to.
Stand out songs include "New Friend", "Oi to the World", "Full Circle", and the slower "Cellophane Boy", "I Throw My Toys Around" (with Elvis Costello)and the classic title song.
No Doubt's "B" is better than many other's bytes or barks.
Amanda Richards
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Format: Audio CD
This CD is essentially a CD of three parts - the first half (tracks 1 to 9) are b-sides and out-takes from the Return of Saturn album, 10-14 a collection of other bits-n-bobs from throughout the years, and tracks 15-17 are a disappointing collection of remixes.

This odd bunching together of three different groups of songs leads to a somewhat disjointed collection, but there are so many great songs here that it still merits a five-star rating. The tracks from the RoS sessions show quite how much talent was streaming out of the band during that era. There are some great fun fast numbers like "Under Construction", "Big Distraction" and "Full Circle", alongside some slower material ("Beauty Contest", "Cellophane Boy"). "Leftovers" is one of the most sublimely wonderful songs that No Doubt has ever produced - it doesn't really stand out on first listen but instead creeps into your head and stays there for a long time. It's absolutely criminal that some of these tracks didn't make it onto the original RoS album, but a relief to see them all collected together here now. The three completely unreleased tracks from the RoS sessions ("Panic", "You're So Foxy" and "Everything In Time") are all great additions to the band's catalogue too. There is a comment in the sleeve that "Everything In Time" was dropped from RoS in favour of "Too Late", which in my opinion was an error of judgement.

The second part of the album consists of two out-takes from Rock Steady, and three soundtrack/compilation contributions. "New Friend" is a lot of fun, a later incarnation of this track appeared on Rock Steady as "In My Head". The updated version of "Everything In Time" is nice too, and different enough to merit a place on this collection.
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