No Doubt - Tragic Kingdom

 (Limited Edition Picture Disc)


Interscope Records



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AINT 77501
UPC: 602508001086
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"Easily the biggest album of their career, No Doubt's Tragic Kingdom took the ska revival of the '90s to places few were ever expecting it to go. While not truly a ska album in the way their prior albums were, Tragic Kingdom showed the band exploring the pop sensibilities that Gwen Stefani would later make into her solo career nearly a decade later.

"Released by Interscope, in association with Trauma Records, Tragic Kingdom is an album that I admittedly didn't listen to until a few years ago after picking up the bands greatest hits compilation. Now reissued on vinyl, an interesting bit I noticed while spinning it for the first time in years is just how top heavy this album is. Though fantastic from start to finish, Side A is packed with hit-single quality material. Side B has its share of great tracks with "Don't Speak" and "Sunday Morning," but one listen to the first half of this record reminds me why this album was as successful as it was.

"Packed in a single pocket sleeve with nothing more than a two-sided insert displaying the song lyrics and album credits, the packaging is simple, but still nice; reminiscent to what an original pressing may have looked like. Seeing as this album was released just over fifteen years ago with what was state-of-the-art equipment then, I don't think this pressing saw a full remastering as some might have been expecting, but I also don't think it particularly needed one. With that said, listening to the songs now, nearly a decade and a half removed from their inception is a completely new and fresh experience; especially with the depth that vinyl inevitably adds to a recording. Definitely a great album to have in your collection." — The Native Sound


Side 1
Excuse Me Mr.
Just A Girl
Happy Now?
Different People
Hey You
The Climb

Side 2
Sunday Morning
Don't Speak
You Can Do It
World Go 'Round
End It On This
Tragic Kingdom

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