Una Mullally

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Paging 1995: Live from No Doubt’s album recording

1995 was a much simpler time. Kurt Cobain was still being mourned, people were yet to tunelessly roarĀ ”afewtimesahbeenroundthattracksoitsnotjustgonnahappenlikethat” in da club, and Gavin Rossdale still didn’t know he was Pearl Lowe’s daddy. It was also the year No Doubt released …

Tue, May 8, 2012, 16:55

   

1995 was a much simpler time. Kurt Cobain was still being mourned, people were yet to tunelessly roarĀ ”afewtimesahbeenroundthattracksoitsnotjustgonnahappenlikethat” in da club, and Gavin Rossdale still didn’t know he was Pearl Lowe’s daddy. It was also the year No Doubt released ‘Tragic Kingdom’, which along with the soundtrack to Romeo and Juliet, ‘White Ladder’, ‘A Woman’s Heart’ and the Dawson’s Creek compilation (Vol. 1) was obligatory under the then recently passed Albums Irish Households Must Be In Possession Of Act.

Fast forward to now, and No Doubt are putting the finishing touches to their new album out this September. In this webisode, they’re talking about collaborations with Diplo and Switch. They also must have been collaborating with Larry Mullen because NO ONE IN THE BAND HAS AGED, which is slightly disconcerting.

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