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Boom Box

Boom Box

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by No Doubt
This limited-edition box set contains four discs, spanning the past 11 years of the band's chart-topping career. Disc 1 contains the entire The Singles 1992-2003 CD and features hits from Rock Steady, Return of Saturn, and


This limited-edition box set contains four discs, spanning the past 11 years of the band's chart-topping career. Disc 1 contains the entire The Singles 1992-2003 CD and features hits from Rock Steady, Return of Saturn, and Tragic Kingdom, including "Just a Girl" and "Underneath It All," as well as the new single "It's My Life." Disc 2 , The Videos 1992-2003, is the DVD companion to Disc 1. Disc 3, Everything in Time, features seven previously unreleased tracks as well as B-sides, rarities, and remixes. And the final disc, Live in the Tragic Kingdom DVD, is a 1997 hometown concert directed by Sophie Muller.

Editorial Reviews

All Music Guide - Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Released as a companion piece to No Doubt's presumably career-capping collection The Singles 1992-2003 (career-capping only if Gwen Stefani's solo career as a singer and actress does indeed take off), Boom Box appears to be a generous gift to their fans, a four-disc retrospective divided into two CDs and two DVDs. Unfortunately, appearances can be deceiving, and Boom Box isn't as carefully assembled as the singles collection, which is included as part of this set. Part of the problem is the packaging: the set is housed in a CD-sized box, with individual discs presented in cardboard sleeves -- a good idea, yet the construction feels as if it was done on the cheap, particularly since the flat grey-silver coloring doesn't look as classy as intended. But that's not what makes the box a mixed blessing; no, the real problem with the set is the conceit behind its construction. It seems that the idea behind Boom Box is that not only will hardcore No Doubt fans want a DVD of the videos, a DVD of their 1997 Live in the Tragic Kingdom home video, and a CD of B-sides and rarities, they'll want it all at once and, not only that, they'd be the only ones who would want any of this material. Consequently, this package is a little frustrating, particularly for those who would only want the DVD of the music videos -- since if they pay full price for that one disc, they'll be frustrated that the DVD doesn't have any special features, not even a 5.1 audio mix. Fortunately, the other half of Boom Box is very good -- the separately available The Singles proves what a dynamic singles band No Doubt was, while the B-sides and rarities disc has some good cuts, songs that hold their own with album tracks from their respective albums even if they're not as good as the singles. For the true fan, that rarities disc and the DVD are certainly worth having, and the live show is fine, even if it isn't particularly noteworthy. So, Boom Box does wind up as something worthwhile for the fans.

Product Details

Release Date:
Interscope Records


Disc 1

  1. Just a Girl
  2. It's My Life
  3. Hey Baby
  4. Bathwater
  5. Sunday Morning
  6. Hella Good
  7. New
  8. Underneath It All
  9. Excuse Me Mr.
  10. Running
  11. Spiderwebs
  12. Simple Kind of Life
  13. Don't Speak
  14. Ex-Girlfriend
  15. Trapped in a Box

Disc 2

  1. Running
  2. Underneath It All
  3. Hella Good
  4. Hey Baby
  5. Bathwater
  6. Simple Kind of Life
  7. Ex-Girlfriend
  8. New
  9. Oi to the World
  10. Sunday Morning
  11. Excuse Me Mr.
  12. Don't Speak
  13. Spiderwebs
  14. Just a Girl
  15. Trapped in a Box

Disc 3

  1. Big Distraction
  2. Leftovers
  3. Under Construction
  4. Beauty Contest
  5. Full Circle
  6. Cellophane Boy
  7. Everything in Time
  8. You're So Foxy
  9. Panic
  10. New Friend
  11. Everything in Time
  12. Sailin' On
  13. Oi to the World
  14. I Throw My Toys Around
  15. New & Approved
  16. A Real Love Survives
  17. A Rock Steady Vibe

Disc 4

  1. Tragic Kingdom
  2. Excuse Me Mr.
  3. Different People
  4. Happy Now?
  5. D.J.'s
  6. End It on This
  7. Just a Girl
  8. The Climb
  9. Total Hate
  10. Hey You
  11. The Imperial March
  12. Move on
  13. Don't Speak
  14. Sunday Morning
  15. Spiderwebs
  16. Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da

Album Credits

Performance Credits

No Doubt   Primary Artist
Matthew Wilder   Keyboards
Mike Barson   Piano
Stephen Bradley   Trumpet,Choir, Chorus
Melissa "Missy" Hasin   Cello
Stephen Perkins   Steel Drums
Robbie Shakespeare   Bass
Louis Jardine   Percussion
Simon Hale   Keyboards
Alex Henderson   Trombone
Eric Stefani   Piano,Keyboards
Tom Dumont   Guitar,Keyboards,Choir, Chorus
Gabrial McNair   Synthesizer,Piano,Trombone,Chimes,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Tabla,Choir, Chorus,Clavinet,Mellotron,farfisa organ
Gwen Stefani   Vocals,Choir, Chorus
Adrian Young   Percussion,Drums,Choir, Chorus
Tony Kanal   Bass Guitar,Keyboards,Saxophone
Don Hammerstedt   Trumpet
Phil Jordan   Trumpet
Andy Potts   Saxophone
Django Stewart   Saxophone
Eric Carpenter   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Brian Jobson   Executive Producer
Elvis Costello   Composer,Producer
Jerry Harrison   Producer
John Lennon   Composer
Paul McCartney   Composer
Matthew Wilder   Producer
John Williams [composer]   Composer
Clive Langer   Producer,Engineer
No Doubt   Composer,Producer
Glen Ballard   Producer
Scott Campbell   Engineer
Daniel Chase   Engineer
Clevie   Producer
Count   Engineer
Karl Derfler   Engineer
Sly Dunbar   Programming
Richard Feldman   Producer
Warren Fitzgerald   Producer
Tim Friese-Greene   Composer
Mark Hollis   Composer
Nellee Hooper   Producer,Remixing
Matt Hyde   Engineer
Darryl Jenifer   Composer
Wayne Jobson   Executive Producer
Alain Johannes   Engineer
Phil Kaffel   Engineer
George Landress   Engineer
Cait O'Riordan   Composer
Thom Panunzio   Engineer
Steely   Producer
Philip Steir   Producer
Mark "Spike" Stent   Producer
Rick "Soldier" Will   Engineer
Alan Winstanley   Producer,Engineer
Dito Godwin   Producer
Simon Gogerly   Engineer
Simon Hale   String Arrangements
Michael Carnevale   Engineer
Joe Escalante   Composer
Sean Beavan   Producer,Engineer,Sonic Manipulation
Glenn Spinner   Engineer
Bryan Carrigan   Engineer
Eric Stefani   Composer
Tom Dumont   Composer,Programming,Engineer
Gabrial McNair   Horn Arrangements
Sophie Muller   Director,Liner Notes
Marcus Nispel   Director
Gwen Stefani   Composer
Adrian Young   Composer
Tony Kanal   Composer,Programming,Engineer
Jared Anderson   Engineer
Rory Baker   Engineer
Jacquire King   Engineer
Chad Hugo   Composer
Kathy Angstadt   Video Consultant
Greg Collins   Engineer
Ned Douglas   Programming
Jolie Clemens   Art Direction
Hype Williams   Director
Chuck Reed   Engineer
Fabien Waltman   Programming
R. Price   Composer
Dave Meyers   Director
Ms. Dynamite   Composer
Tkae Mendez   Engineer
Stuart Price   Programming
Mark Romanek   Director
Django Stewart   Composer
Tom Lanham   Liner Notes
Paris Montoya   Liner Notes
Chris Hafner   Director
Mark Kohr   Director
Mark Zykoff   Director
Jake Scott   Director

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Boom Box 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This collection has everything. I strongly recommend it. Strongly. You won't be disappointed.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Please, this is the best collection i `ve ever heard!! no doubt is excellent. great idea of 4 cd `s. i am amazed at them!! greetings from Argentina
Guest More than 1 year ago
OH MY GOD! Any true ND fan needs to own this! Sometimes the Singles tediuos but the Bsides offer great new fun material and the DVDs are so much fun.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a nice collection of various efforts by the band. You've got the new complete "Singles" album included here which is a nice mix of their hits in random order and includes the brand new cover track of "it's my life". You also get a dvd of all 16 of their videos, another dvd with a kick-butt concert from 1997 which in my opinion was better than their most recent tour. And finally, a cd with b-sides/rarities/remixes which should be required of all box sets. Although you will find it obvious why these songs were never released, they will still be appreciated by die hard fans. My only beef is that it is not as comprehensive as it could've been(i.e. a couple more discs to include more recent footage of the band, demos and additional songs/covers from the early days). But then, that would increase the price and right now this is very affordable.