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No Doubt To Release Longform Video

October 29, 1997 12:00 AM ET

Fans of the pop band No Doubt who want to see their favorite band on video needn't wait much longer: On Nov. 11 Interscope Records will release No Doubt: Live in the Tragic Kingdom, a concert film directed by Sophie Muller.

The tape features a version of the group's live performance at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, Calif., earlier this year, as well as some additional backstage footage of the band. Many hits from the band's smash album Tragic Kingdom including "Just A Girl," "Spiderwebs" and "Don't Speak" are highlighted during the 90-minute video. Also featured are cuts from Beacon Street and No Doubt, plus covers of songs by Sublime, The Beatles ("Ob-La Di, Ob-La-Da") and The Specials.

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