Flashback Friday: “Hella Good” Making The Video

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For today’s Flashback Friday, we’re looking back at No Doubt’s MTV special, Making The Video, which followed the band during the filming of “Hella Good”.

The video was filmed over three days in March 2002 by legendary director Mark Romanek in Long Beach, California. The inside shots of the band were filmed locally at South Bay Studios.

“Hella Good” is still one of No Doubt’s most edgiest videos to date and the music video was pretty successful. It reached #4 on MTV’s Total Request Live and peaked at #6 on MuchMusic. We hope you enjoy!

10 Replies to “Flashback Friday: “Hella Good” Making The Video”

  1. Those were the days. After all these years I still think that the video would’ve looked even cooler in colour, though.

  2. Love, love, love! Such a great video and song. I know a hard rock metal loving guy who loves this song.

  3. The black and white was awesome. I remember the band saying they had to fight really hard with Interscope to have the video in black and white too.

  4. The B/W is part of what makes it edgy in my opinion. It’s not my favorite song or video, but it’s probably their best video artistically.

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