Flashback Friday: No Doubt and Jazmine Sullivan

Spring has begun and Easter is a couple of days away, so why has it felt like this lately?

Playa please.

Good news is that it’s warming up down here. If it’s still chilly where you are just cozy up with these old favorites.

Even Gwen can’t doubt Tralana Wyatt.

No Doubt, Tragic Kingdom (1995)

Tralana said: “This album spoke to my teenage angst at the time. ‘Just a Girl,’ ‘Spiderwebs’ and ‘Don’t Speak’ are my favorite cuts. ‘Don’t Speak’ helped me through a breakup.”

Also check out:
“Just A Girl”

Edward is afraid of this woman.

Jazmine Sullivan, Fearless (2008)

Edd said: “Jazmine Sullivan might be the meanest woman in modern R&B. She’s not afraid of lions, tigers, bears or police charges because she can and will destroy a man’s personal property. ‘Bust Your Windows’ is more than just a gimmick though. It fits in with the album’s theme of the fear of falling in love, and all the trauma that can come with it. It’s a great concept album and an amazing debut.”

Also check out:
“Lions, Tigers & Bears”
“Live A Lie”
Soul In Stereo’s review of Fearless

Now, it’s your turn. Email soulinstereoblog@gmail.com  hit me up on Twitter @etbowser, or stop by the comments section and share your Flashback Friday album. Leave a couple of sentences describing what makes it so great. I’ll feature your album on the blog.


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