About No Doubt
No Doubt is a popular American rock band that was formed on 1986 in Anaheim, California. The band comprises Gwen Stefani (Vocalist), Tom Dumont (guitarist & Keyboardist), Tony Kanal (Bassist & Keyboardist) and Adrian Young (Drummer) as well as Stephen Bradley (Trumpeter) and Gabriel McNair (Trombonist) in their Tours.
The band was formed through Eric Stefani and John Spence which they inspired to play music together. They asked some people to play with them and it held on the garage of Eric’s father. While 1987, a tragedy happened before their show on The Roxy Theatre Spence tried to kill his own life. The band was got separated but after many weeks they were reunited together with Alan Meade as their vocalist but it doesn't last. So, Gwen replaced Alan as their lead vocalist.
In 1992, they released the debut album with a self titled “No Doubt” on 17th of March by Interscope Records and produced by Dito Godwin. The album was not successful due to financial support and commercial breakdown of the album.
The band released their 2nd album entitled “The Beacon Street Collection” on March 1995 produced by the band itself and soon after, it released by Interscope Records. The album was recorded in house garage in Beacon Street in California and Clear Lake with the help of Colin “Dog” Mitchell (Engineer) and it was sold for 100,000 copies. Due to success of their 2nd album they gained money to make their 3rd studio album called “Tragic Kingdom” that was launched on October 10, 1995 by Trauma Records and Interscope Records produced by Matthew Wilder which is the last album together with Eric Stefani. The album got ranked on Billboard hot 100 and UK Singles for their track “Just a Girl” and “Don’t Speak” that placed number one on Billboard Hot 100. It was a Certified Diamond Record by RIAA in US and Canada.
Next album was “Return of Saturn” that was out on April 11, 2000 which they collaborated with Glen Ballard. It was nominated as Best Rock album in 43rd Grammy Awards and peaked in Billboard Hot 100 and followed by “Rock Steady” that released after a year, it was recorded in Los Angeles as well as San Francisco. No Doubt collaborated with Sly & Robbie, The Neptunes and also William Orbit which got nominated as Best Pop Vocal Album in 2003 Grammy Awards and won the Best Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal. While in the year 2012, they introduced “Push and Shove” as their 6th album that was out on September 21 featuring Busy Signal and Major Lazer. It includes the remixes and acoustic versions of their tracks that sold 115, 000 copies on their first week.