Review: No Doubt – Just a Girl (Rock)

This review covers the pop rock track No Doubt – Just a Girl.

This track was released in 1995 on the album Tragic Kingdom.

One nicely done feature was the 303-like effect that was layered with the electric guitars. It starts right at the beginning and appears multiple times throughout the track including during the solo. It really adds a great sound to the overall track.

The vocals were also nicely done. There’s such a variety throughout the track. It adds to the overall flow of the track.

Lyrically, this track was well thought out. It seems like a lot of people found them quite relatable. Personally, I can see why.

Personally, there is one thing that makes me do a double-take. Lead vocals are by Gwen Stefani. The same person that made second worst track I’ve heard in 2015. The difference in quality between Hollaback Girl and this track is night and day. I don’t get what happened.

Overall, this was a great track to listen to. It has great effects, a great 303-like lead, great guitars, very good vocals, and well-thought out lyrics. A great one.


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