No Doubt : Underneath It All
...harks back to No Doubt’s original obsession with Caribbean ska and reggae...
‘Underneath It All'’s lilting Jamaican feel harks back to[a]No Doubt[/a]’s original obsession with Caribbean ska and reggae, and boasts an intervention by Lady Saw that does an excellent job of sexing up all the sugar. "[I]You’re really lovely/Underneath it all[/I]," moons Gwen. "[I]Aside from your temper/Everything is secure[/I]," warns Lady Saw. Hope Gavin’s taking notes.
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