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No Doubt song emerges
The music instruments playing band, which features singer Gwen Stefani, are also behind a fresh number.
Later this month the band will be bringing out the LP Push and Shove, which contains the song in question, a ditty which goes by the name of Looking Hot. It is an up-beat song and features drums.
Other songs on No Doubt's latest LP include Gravity, One More Summer and Undone. Another of its songs, Settle Down, has a video to go with it, and the clip involves the four-member band driving.
Of course Stefani has also had a solo career with songs such as What You Waiting For among her hits.
Her albums include Love Angel Music Baby and The Sweet Escape – which is home to tracks like Yummy and Early Winter. Posted on 21 Sep 2012 16:41 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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