The 11 years it’s taken for No Doubt to put out a new album is longer than it took the Southern California group to release everything in its catalog up to and including 2001’s “Rock Steady” in the first place. It had an entire career — from indie identity-honing to massive mainstream success to lackluster follow-up to triumphant comeback — in less time than “Push and Shove” gestated, so it’s probably little surprise that the album finds No Doubt forgetting how to be a band.
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