- Actors: No Doubt
- Format: DVD-Video, PAL
- Language: English
- Region: All Regions
- Aspect Ratio: 4:3
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: Exempt
- Studio: Universal Island
- DVD Release Date: 24 May 2004
- Run Time: 118 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B000244O24
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 69,003 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
No Doubt: The Videos 1992-2003 [DVD] 
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No Doubt: The Videos 1992-2003 is a neat showcase of the band's transformation (both musically and in image) spanning more than a decade. Behind-the-scenes footage of photo and video shoots and studio sessions recorded on hand-held DV cams by band members are interspersed between the 16 videos in this collection. Videos range from their first-ever shoot for 1992's quirky "Trapped in a Box", in which Gwen had yet to discover the power of platinum blonde, the storming "Hella Good" cowritten by the Neptunes, and their cover of the Talk Talk hit "It's My Life". Something to watch out for is an impromptu jam of "Ex-girlfriend" during a power cut in Jamaica.
When it comes to reinvention and experimenting with style, forget Kylie--Gwen Stefani has certainly had fun carving out her own niche, while retaining her credibility; from the pink hair and street chic in her Return of Saturn phase to the platinum-blonde, rouge-lipped 1940s glamour that was her trademark on Tragic Kingdom. Although they may have taken some musical risks ("Oi to the World"?) their core rock, new wave pop and reggae-lite influences have weaved seamlessly through their work. 2001's Rock Steady is a fine example, heavily influenced by time spent in Jamaican dance halls and with contributions from a range of respected producers (Ric Ocasek, Nellee Hooper, Sly & Robbie and William Orbit). Not to mention No Doubt's successful cameos on Moby's "South Side" and Eve's "Let Me Blow Ya Mind".
What becomes apparent from watching "A Video Conversation with No Doubt"--one of the bonus features--is the band's sense of team spirit and un-showbiz attitudes, which is probably why they have lasted the course. But their success is not without glitches--there were early group factions when media interest focused on the impossibly photogenic Gwen and ignored fellow bandmates Tony Kanal (bass), Tom Dumont (guitar) and Adrian Young (drums).
On the DVD: Bonus features include "A Video Conversation with No Doubt" where the band members talk about the inspiration behind each video, the full collection of Behind-the-Scenes Vignettes, an alternate edit of "Bathwater" and alternate video edit of "Don't Speak".--Angela Boodoo
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It has all the classic videos such as Underneath It All, Ex-Girlfrind, Just A Girl, Don't Speak & their first video Trapped In A Box, to name but a few. I haven't stopped watching it, it's great to watch all the way through or to even put on in the back ground to bop away to while doing your housework. The tracks are well placed & I find them easy to watch, you don't have to jump too many to find what you want (I mean they are all great).
Also in the features there is a small documentry from the group about each of the songs & what inspired them to write them etc. It isn't too long so well worth a watch.
Hope you enjoy, I loved it.
As with the Rock Steady Live DVD (another one you must buy) there is a hidden extra. You can get to this by going to 'bonus features - behind the scenes vignettes' and pressing the left button on the remote. The crown in the top left hand corner of the screen will light up, and if you select this you get a short video of Gwen cutting the guy's hair from the pre Tragic Kindom days.
I would definitely recommend this DVD to all No Doubt fans!
All the video and audio quality is great -of course and the selection order of the videos mixed with the behind the scenes elements feels really nicely thought out, giving an almost journey and in depth look at the band.
You get to see some of there best videos (Just a girl, New, Hey Baby, Don't speak, plus loadz more) and behind the scenes clips of there early days and how they've progressed as a band, plus you also get a feeling for there bond together as a band which is also great to see.
I put the DVD in my drive a while ago and its been there ever since, as you can keep watching it the whole through and is also great to have in the background.
To sum up, this DVD has made me love No Doubt even more and at a great price I recommend it to all fans out there!
Will definitely be ordering there Rock Steady DVD soon as well!