Gwen Stefani albums and songs sales

CSPC Gwen Stefani albums and songs sales

After posting multiple hits as part of No Doubt, Gwen Stefani decided to embark a solo career from 2004.

With instant hits like What You Waiting For?, Rich Girl and Hollaback Girl, she obviously did the right move.

She hasn’t been much productive through, so what’s left from her legacy nowadays?

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No Doubt albums and songs sales

CSPC No Doubt albums and songs sales

If you were old enough to turn on the radio in 1997, no doubt you heard Don’t Speak approximatively 17 zillion times.

The American band No Doubt, unique in its multigendered, multiracial and multinational line up, spanned several hits from 1997 to 2003, while singer Gwen Stefani successfully went solo afterwards.

While they may not own the largest and densest discography ever, It’s impossible to avoid studying them in order to complete our overview of the biggest songs and albums from the 90s.

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Streaming Masters – No Doubt

No Doubt

After the publication of their two first albums with limited success, No Doubt published in 1995 Tragic Kingdom which reached the top of the world charts.

Do they have strong figures on streaming platforms? Does Tragic Kingdom dominates their discography as it did back in the 90s?

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The 40 greatest albums of the 90s

Of course, the elitist press will think it’s outrageous to call the most streamed albums from the 90s the greatest ones. Some artists are arguably critics darlings, but some others are favored by the general public and we are left wondering who are we to contradict them. Surely, nearly 20 years after the end of this era, to belong to the most remembered music that came out of it tells something. It tells they are regarded as the greatest by a lot of people. So which are these albums that continue to appeal the masses so many years after their release?

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The Ravaging Impact of Download Sales 2004-2014

Thunders

When something dies down, there are two ways to feel about it – Rest In Peace or Good Riddance. The choice is easy while speaking about the music industry-killer from iTunes, legal downloads. They downgraded way more physical sales than they were worth by themselves. It raised many questions, such as how many copies would Rihanna‘s Good Girl Gone Bad or Katy Perry‘s Teenage Dream have sold View More