UMeNo Doubt‘s 1992 self-titled debut album celebrates its 25th anniversary this year, and to celebrate the milestone, the band is reissuing the record on vinyl for the first time on November 10.
Arriving during the height of the angst-ridden grunge era, No Doubt was an upbeat album that combined elements of new wave, ska and pop. While it was considered a commercial failure at the time of its release, the album helped No Doubt cultivate a following in the local Southern California scene and lay the groundwork for their eventual break-out with 1995’s Tragic Kingdom.
No Doubt has released a total of six studio albums, the most recent of which is 2012’s Push and Shove. Earlier this year, bassist Tony Kanal told ABC Radio that the band is on “indefinite hiatus.”
In the meantime, Gwen Stefani continues to release music as a solo artist, while the rest of No Doubt — Kanal, guitarist Tom Dumont and drummer Adrian Young — teamed up with AFI‘s Davey Havok to form the band Dreamcar.
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