Almost all ‘90s pop culture has been placed into a time capsule of nostalgia: spandex shorts, pogs, and Saved by the Bell—where my Zack Morris fans at?!
Everything except No Doubt, that is.
That's probably because they're one of the coolest bands in the world. Seriously. They have Gwen Stefani—a woman who does pushups onstage and has a harem of Harajuku Girls—plus the ska-rock-pop power of Tony Kanal, Adrian Young and Tom Dumont.
And now, in an E! exclusive, the band sits down to candidly talk about their 11-year hiatus, the new Push and Shove album, and the wild rock and roll past they all experienced—and we want to know about!
Like this clip about the Orange County natives humble beginnings, and how they dealt with fame in the early days.
And see what life is like when you're recording an album in this behind-the-scenes video during a Jamaican recording session.
Plus, we asked the band mates to give us the deets on each other's quirky habits and what they remember most, so you can see who's willing to spill the most!
Make sure to tune into the special on No Doubt airing tonight at 9 p.m. only on E!