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No Doubt - Return of Saturn - CD Review

No Doubt - Return of Saturn - CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 3 Star Rating)

Return of Saturn CD Review

Interscope (2000)

No Doubt is finally back with the follow up to their wicked break through album - 1995's Tragic Kingdom. So what can you expect? Less of the funky ska sound that has driven No Doubt from the beginning with more of a pop sound. The track New, reminds me of the cartoony smash single Just a Girl, but the rest of the album contains only a couple of up-beat tunes like Bathwater, Six Feet Under and the title track, Ex-Girlfriend.

The rest of the album is composed of Gwen singing her heart out about unfulfilling relationships. If you're a No Doubt fan I would recommend picking up the album, but don't expect to find the same lustre and spunk of Tragic Kingdom.

Rating:3

For more on the band, check out their official site.

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