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No Doubt's current lineup, left to right:
Adrian Young, Gwen Stefani, Tony Kanal, Tom Dumont
|Years active||1986 - 2015|
|Genre(s)||Alternative rock, Pop/rock|
Trauma Records (1993-2000)
No Doubt was a pop, ska and rock band from Anaheim, California who rose to fame in the mid 1990's with their breakout album "Tragic Kingdom". The band consisted of members Gwen Stefani (vocals), Tony Kanal (bass), Tom Dumont (guitar) and Adrian Young (drums). They released six albums to date with their newest and last album Push and Shove being released in 2012.
Connections to Weezer
- Weezer opened for No Doubt on their 1997 Summer Tour.
- In 2010, No Doubt bassist, Tony Kanal, co-wrote the Weezer song "Smart Girls"
- Both bands have been produced by Ric Ocasek.
- The members of No Doubt have mentioned being fans of Weezer in various interviews. On the official No Doubt website in 2002, each member listed albums that they were currently listening to. Drummer Adrian Young and guitarist Tom Dumont both listed Pinkerton and Kanal listed Maladroit.