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Gwen Stefani and Buddahead CD Reviews

Gwen Stefani has gone solo with her latest CD, Love. Angel.Music.Baby
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Raman Kia, and crew form Buddahead, which has just released their first disc, Crossing the Invisible Line.
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Gwen Stefani - Love.Angel.Music.Baby

No Doubt lead singer, Gwen Stefani, is breaking out on her own and showing the world what she's got to offer. Love.Angel.Music.Baby is Gwen's first solo album and its overflowing with 80s style beats. Think early Madonna, but way better! And, if you haven't already checked out Gwen's video for her first single, What Are You Waiting For?, you should jump on it. Just cuz No Doubt is is taking a break, that doesn't mean Gwen's going anywhere - and her new disc proves it!

Gwen Stefani - Love.Angel.Music.Baby Facts

  • Gwen Stefani's clothing line, L.A.M.B., is an acronym for Love.Angel.Music.Baby, the title of her debut album.
  • Gwen won't be touring for her latest album.
  • Despite her solo project, Gwen Stefani insists that No Doubt is still together and will most likely continue to make albums in the future.
  • Love.Angel.Music.Baby features singers like Eve, Andre 3000 and Dr. Dre. Andre, from rap duo Outkast, also produced the song he and Gwen sing on the CD.
  • Gwen Stefani - Love.Angel.Music.Baby Hot Tracks

    What Are You Waiting For?; Rich Girl; Hollaback Girl; Bubble Pop Electric; Harajuku Girls; Long Way To Go.

    Gwen Stefani - Love.Angel.Music.Baby Rating:

    Buddahead - Crossing the Invisible Line

    Raman Kia, lead singer of Buddahead, spent the first nine years of his life in war-torn Iran. Life was not easy and Raman witnessed some pretty horrible things. Crossing the Invisible Line is a disc full of raw emotion that explores all the experiences Raman has been through during his life. This debut album is the perfect disc to throw on if you're looking for something to listen to while you study or maybe just to chill out to in the comforts of your bedroom.

    Buddahead - Crossing the Invisible Line Facts
  • When Raman Kia moved to New York, he was introduced to songstress, Leona Naess. Leona nicknamed Raman, Buddahead, which he chose as the name of his band.
  • When Raman Kia was nine, his dad sent him to live with his mom in England, where he attended a Roman Catholic boarding school. It was here that he was forced to join choir as a punishment.
  • Originally, when Raman Kia wrote When I Fall, he released it over the internet to see what kind of response it would get. When he started to get some good feedback, he decided to try writing a whole album worth of songs.
  • Buddahead - Crossing the Invisible Line - Hot Tracks
    When I Fall; Holding Me Back; Broken; Invisible; How Does It Feel?

    Buddahead - Crossing the Invisible Line Rating

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