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No Doubt Rock Steady CD Review

No Doubt Rock Steady CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Lately it seems like Gwen Stefani has teamed up with everyone under the sun except her own band, No Doubt. But now the whole gang will be rockin steady with the release of their new CD.

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Lately it seems like Gwen Stefani has teamed up with everyone under the sun except her own band. I'm sure we'll be seeing a lot more of Gwen and the band, No Doubt, now that their new CD Rock Steady has dropped.

The new CD seems a lot more upbeat and happier than their last effort, Return of Saturn. I wonder if this happy vibe is any indication of how things are going with Gwen's sexy man, Gavin Rossdale of Bush. (Somebody bring me some water!) It's rock - mixed with dance, reggae and ska, with an electronic groove to it. Rock Steady has a fresh vibe and although it sounds like No Doubt - it's totally unique! It's got great keyboard action too.

The first single, Hey Baby, has been making the rounds on radio and video. It's a funky track about all the *cough* groupies that are after Gwen's boys. C'mon Gwen... you've got Gavin. Rock Steady is a great party CD that is sure to have the floor bouncing in no time. One of my fave tracks on the album is Hella Good - which is EXACTLY what I was thinkin' when I listened to the song. It's really different sounding, with its sonic beats, um... panting and hard driving guitars.

The band barely slows it down on Rock Steady - a very fitting title for this fast-paced gem. Kick it up - Rock Steady is really heavy!

Rating:5

  • Check out the cool bonus features on this enhanced CD like an in-depth look at the making of the CD, a No Doubt screensaver and the video for Hey Baby.

    Go grab a copy of Rock Steady now!
    For more on No Doubt, click here.

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    Favorite No Doubt CD. Vote!

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