Readers' Poll: The Best Albums of 2012

Your picks include releases from Jack White, No Doubt and Bruce Springsteen
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No Doubt, Push and Shove
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10. No Doubt, 'Push and Shove'

The members of No Doubt now have nine kids between them; their homes are filled with the target audience for Glee, on which the kids might've heard their parents' 1996 smash "Don't Speak." It took the band more than a decade to record the follow-up to 2001's Rock Steady, but they finally got it done. The title track of Push and Shove is the band's own "Bohemian Rhapsody," bassist Tony Kanal told Ryan Seacrest. Plenty of voters did their fandango.

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