No Doubt – Don’t Speak (Official Music Video)

No Doubt – Don’t Speak (Official Music Video)


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100 thoughts on “No Doubt – Don’t Speak (Official Music Video)

  1. Если ты это читаешь, значит не случайно здесь) и тебе нравится эта песня))

  2. I miss 90s videos…. The depression stung much less with it…. Or was It just less? Lol… Oh well.. Back down the 90s YouTube Rabbit Hole I Go…. 😎🎧🐛🍄🐱🐰🎩♠♥♣💋💌🎶

  3. I remember this song so well many people wanted me to sing this song when I was younger idk but one of my friends back then said I could pull it off this song 💯🎶🎤

  4. This is the song that made me a fan. The music, lyrics and Gwen's voice all epitomize the pain of a breakup and it will forever be one of the best songs out there. ❤️❤️🤟🤟

  5. From a pop musical standpoint, the 1990s was one of the most eclectic, and
    the best songs of the decade still sound fresh today. New acts like
    Nirvana changed the way people listened to rock music, while
    established stars like Madonna had the biggest hits of their careers.
    Boy bands and divas dominated the pop and dance charts, while East
    and West Coast rappers gave hip-hop a fresh sense of urgency. So

    who were some of the biggest acts of the 1990s? Mariah Carey had
    more No. 1 hits than anyone else during that decade. Other artists
    who dominated the charts included Janet Jackson, Boyz II Men,
    Whitney Houston, and TLC. At the beginning of the '90s, Seattle
    birthed the grunge movement, which melded punk and hard rock,
    producing such influential bands as Pearl Jam and Soundgarden. As

    the decade progressed, grunge was absorbed into the larger,
    radio-friendly "alternative rock" genre, then gave way to
    aggro-rock and nu-metal bands like Limp Bizkit and Linkin Park at
    the end of the decade. Fatboy Slim and the Chemical Brothers
    rejuvenated electronica, Shania Twain and Garth Brooks spurred a
    resurgence in the popularity of country music, and Jay-Z and Tupac
    Shakur brought new life to hip-hop.

    #salmibraghini

  6. So there some radio "Fever 105" in Vice City Deluxe is informed at 2004 (2002), Tommy listened it in 2014

  7. This is Gwen's best work when she was putting out songs with the band. Her solo career was successful, but I like her music better with the boys of No Doubt… 'no doubt' about it!

  8. This is the pinnacle of her career. I only remember her for this…and marrying smoking-hot-Gavin (who has more talent in his little finger than the pin-up girl of the late 90’s).

  9. These old songs are really good. I wished I was older back then in the 90s and 00s so I could enjoy them.
    Recent songs are mostly shit, so I keep listening to the old ones.

  10. Why do people just make shit up, this song is about the band not being happy and Gwen had all the attention and they were pissed n unhappy

  11. I first heard and seen this video back in juvenile detention group home in Minden, NV back in 96-97. #MissThe90s #90sWasCrackin

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