Flashback: Live in Spokane for 105.7

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Check out a better quality version of No Doubt’s in-store live semi-acoustic set for Spokane, Washington’s (another local show for me!) 105.7 The Peak from April 28, 1996. No Doubt stopped by the record store while on the road with Bush during the Sixteen Stone tour. The show kicks off with Tom warming up to “Jerros”, then into “Spiderwebs” (we love the up-beat guitar on this version), a short introduction of Jerry McMahon (the band’s first guitarist), “Total Hate”, “Just a Girl”, “Move On” and “Excuse Me Mr.”.

There seems to be some cool old-school fans in the crowd that shout out song requests from their first album and even “What’s Cooking?”, an old unreleased song the band used to open up with.

The video is pretty killer because it’s complete and higher quality than previous versions online, including some uploaded to our YouTube page. Thanks to the always awesome bAbeFroman for sharing. It’s pretty neat to see such an intimate performance with No Doubt.

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