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177 Main Course Music | No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom

The first of a new series of episodes we’re debuting this week as we dive deep into the album Tragic Kingdom by No Doubt! Of course we’ve got some spicy Ramen and great recommendations as well, but this one’s all about the music!

The Ramen:

  1. XBox Series One gets Smart Delivery and Backwards Compatibility
  2. Raspberry Pi 3 used to build a home weather prediction computer.
  3. NASA taking a chance to get it’s “Martian Mole” to operate
  4. Did Dean Koontz predict the CoronaVirus back in 1981?

digitalSoup Recommendations:

Adam: Bullstrap Phone Case

Usually Dave: Process Driven Episode 32 : Jeffery Saddoris and Karl Taylor

Main Topic:  

No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom
Adam and Usually Dave are going to travel through the third studio album from California based No Doubt. Released October 10th, 1995, get your tickets ready for a trip to the Tragic Kingdom!

Main topic links referenced:

No Doubt – Tragic Kingdom Wiki Entry

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