Throwback Tuesday Music Videos

For Throwback Tuesday, we’re going to be taking a look back on the classic music videos of No Doubt. You can watch the following videos and build your own Throwback Thursday music video playlist by using the Edge Music Network app or this website.

No Doubt – Push And Shove

Released: 2012

Directed by Sophie Muller

The video for “Push and Shove”, shows the members of No Doubt running around while being rambunctious. The high energy feeling of the video and decision to film in black and white creates a nostalgic atmosphere of No Doubt’s rebelliousness.

No Doubt – Simple Kind of Life

Released: 2000

Directed by Sophie Muller

In the video for “Simple Kind of Life”, Gwen Stefani is featured as highly desirable by the band members of No Doubt. Stefani is shown being chased by the members of No Doubt at a wedding and is periodically given a white and orange aura. The ending of the video has each member of No Doubt waiting for Gwen Stefani to choose her lover; however, her choice ends up being a twist.

No Doubt – Spiderwebs

Released: 1996

Directed by Marcus Nispel

The wacky video for “Spiderwebs” displays No Doubt performing at a Japanese wedding. The video is also accompanied with CGI that shows the band floating across the wedding hall. The filming and editing of the video truly captures the cheesy filming abilities of the 90’s.

For those interested in the Japanese subtitles, they translate to “Excellent party”, “I really like cake a lot”, “What is your name?”, “This is excellent champagne”, “What is this? Crazy kids”, “It’s making me sick.”