Greener Pastures: a No Doubt fan site

videos, Gibson photos and set list, etc.

Hello!

I’ve added some videos:

Storytellers in Mpg2 format

Very short clip of No Doubt’s appearance on the “Restore The Shore” benefit show

Hey Baby on SNL in Mpg2 format

Gwen’s Windows 8 mobile commercial

Dominguez Hills Velodrome May 6 1995 show

I’ve added photos from the AMAs, as well as from last night’s show at the Gibson Amphitheater to the gallery.

The set list for last night’s show was:

Push And Shove
It’s My Life
Hella Good
Underneath It All
Ex-Girlfriend
Hey Baby
New
Hey You (Acoustic)
Sparkle (Acoustic)
Simple Kind of Life (Acoustic)
One More Summer (Acoustic)
Sunday Morning
Happy Now?
Settle Down
Don’t Speak
Just a Girl
(encore)
Looking Hot
Total Hate
Spiderwebs

From an official e-mail:

“Hey No Doubt Fans,

The band are set to play a seven night stand at Los Angeles’ Gibson Amphitheatre beginning this Saturday, November 24.  A limited number of previously held seats have just been released, follow the links below or visit LiveNation.com to purchase…

11/24/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Grouplove & Nico Vega

11/26/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Grouplove & Io Echo

11/28/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Grouplove & Blaqk Audio

11/30/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Fitz And The Tantrums & The Aggrolites

12/2/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Fitz And The Tantrums & Noise of Rumors

12/4/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Best Coast & Kitten

12/6/12 Gibson Amphitheatre with Best Coast & JJAMZ

Also, JUST ANNOUNCED – Limited Edition, EL MAC and No Doubt Signed Push And Shove Album Art Print

This limited run of high-end art prints of the album’s cover paintings will go on sale at 9:00 AM Pacific on Monday, November 26 via the NoDoubt.com webstore.  The print was specifically overseen and prepared by the original artist, the acclaimed EL MAC.  Limited to one print per order. Don’t miss your chance to own your piece of No Doubt history!

Details:
– Limited edition of 500 prints, each hand numbered and individually SIGNED BY EL MAC & GWEN, TONY, TOM AND ADRIAN.
– 27″ x 27″ large format print.
– A multi-layer ink process was used to create a textured print incorporating a white matte background, a graphite/metallic black (with some “sparkle”) and a raised clear gloss finish.
– Printed on high-end archival fine art paper stock – 80# Stonehenge paper, deckled edge at bottom.
– Prints will ship rolled in a poster tube with a paper liner to protect the print.
– $250″

From the official:

“The members of No Doubt have signed and donated a Hamer guitar to “The Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund.” The guitar will be auctioned live on Saturday, December 1 at 2PM PT and you can bid in person at Julien’s Auction House OR online atJuliensAuctions.com.

 Julien’s Auction House
Beverly Hills 9665 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 150
Beverly Hills, CA 90210

In a new article posted on contactmusic.com, Gwen talks about how she doesn’t like to listen to Return Of Saturn, because it reminds her of a dark period in her life.  This seems to be an excerpt of an article in the December issue of Attitude magazine, of which EIT has posted scans here.

Gwen Stefani can’t bring herself to listen to No Doubt’s 2000 album ‘Return of Saturn’ because it reminds her of a traumatic time in her personal life.Gwen Stefani can’t listen to No Doubt’s ‘Return of Saturn’ album.

The singer says it was a painful time working on the 2000 LP as her personal life was in a mess so she can’t ever being herself to play it again.

Talking about why the band put a birth-control dispenser on the cover, Gwen said: ”That was ’cause I was thinking, ‘Am I gonna have a baby? Am I gonna be married?’ It was a really nasty time period for me. I can’t listen to that record. Ever.

”I found the journals to that record and I can’t read them. It’s so dark!”

Gwen – who now has two sons, Kingston, six, and Zuma, four, with husband Gavin Rossdale, who she married in 2002 – admits a lot of the songs on the album are very ”self-indulgent” though she is proud of some of her writing on the record.

She told Attitude magazine: ”That record is so self-indulgent. There’s some really good songwriting on that record, though. I think ‘Magic’s in the Make-up’ is one of the best songs I’ve ever written.””

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