No Doubt

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Average User Rating 9.57
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Last Reviewed August 20th, 2006
 
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
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Venue/Date: Coors Amphitheatre (Englewood, CO)
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May 27th, 2009
Reviewer: tgartland

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
No Doubt Live is awesome!!
Venue/Date: Cricket Pavilion (Phoenix, AZ)
Concert Date:  
June 23rd, 2004
Reviewer: aceshooter

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9.63
Gwen Stefani of No Doubt
Theresa Cano
azcentral.com
Jun. 24, 2004 02:29 PM

The battle of the So. Cal bands was an easy one to judge. While Blink-182 put up a tough fight, it was No Doubt that was the easy winner Wednesday night at a packed Cricket Pavilion.

Blink-182 was first out of the gate in the co-headlining show ( the bands switch off headlining duties every other show), and while the crowd reaction was intense, it was obvious that the majority of concertgoers were there to support Gwen Stefani and the rest of No Doubt. Many remained seated and even more could be found scooping up shirts, wristbands and jewerly emblazed with the band's logo at the merchandise table while Blink-182 performed.

The San Diego-based trio made up of bassist Mark Hoppus, guitarist Tom DeLonge and drummer Travis Barker tore through a revved up version of 'Feelin' This' to kick off its 75-minute set. While a portion of the crowd was making it quite clear that it was more interested in No Doubt, the rest of the pavilion made up for those who were less than impressed with the juvenile antics of Blink-182.

Repeatedly burping into the microphone and trading gross-out jokes, Hoppus and DeLonge's stage presence is childish at best, but that's what has helped the band appeal to teens and, consequently, sell millions of albums. The band's latest release, 'blink-182,' shows a more mature turn for the band, and songs like 'Violence' and 'I Miss You' proved to be new crowd favorites.

'What's My Age Again,' 'Adam's Song,' 'All the Small Things' and the set-closing 'Dammit' drew the largest responses of the night. The highlight of Blink's show was Barker's show-stopping, manic drum solo. Barker was wisked back on a wheelchair (the drummer recently broke his right foot) to a rotating drumkit that was set up near the sound board towards the back of the pavilion. Everyone, even those who had been sitting, stood up to check out the drummer's impressive beat-keeping skills.

Based on the reaction from Phoenix's crowd, it's hard to imagine Blink-182 following up No Doubt, because make no doubt about it ... the crowd was amped for the platinum blonde starlet and her crew.

Stefani, along with guitarist Tom Dumont, bassist Tony Kanal, drummer Adrian Young and touring keyboard/horn players Stephen Bradley and Gabriel McNair, launched into a bombastic verison of their breakthrough single 'Just A Girl' and never looked back throughout their nearly 90-minute set.

No Doubt's stage was minimalistic, with just a bathtub and a dizzying lightshow as the stage's only extra features. But the band didn't need anything more than their instruments to deliver its stellar show.

While many current acts rely on elborate stage theatrics to draw fans through the turnstiles, it's Stefani's skills as a showperson that draw fans
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