Readers' Poll: The 10 Best Gwen Stefani Songs

See what solo and No Doubt songs beat "Just a Girl" and "What You Waiting For?"

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5. "Spiderwebs," No Doubt (1995)

Stefani and ex-boyfriend Tony Kanal produced the phone-stalker anthem with the dark, reggae-infused opener off Tragic Kingdom. The heavy but catchy song is a ferocious attack against the malignant invasion of her personal space by a frequent caller who won't take a hint. As was the mark of many Tragic Kingdom tracks, the bridge is a hypnotizing, surprising moment before the booming, punchy outro.

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