The Beacon Street Collection is full of memorable songs, but which track was the catchiest earworm for you? When you first listened to the album, was there a track you remember getting stuck in your head for days?
What is your opinion of the cover artwork for No Doubt's Push and Shove? The four custom portraits were photographed and then rendered manually into paintings by Los Angeles street artist El Mac, known for his murals across Hollywood and L.A.'s Mid-City.
In the video for Settle Down, the band cast themselves as truck drivers as they steer their own highly stylised rigs to a celebratory reunion party. To honor his heritage, Tony drives a garishly decorated Indian-style truck to the party, including an artwork of his daughter. Adrian has his kit fastened to the top of what director Sophie Muller describes as a neon Transformer. Overflowing with speakers is the Jamaican-flavored rig for Tom. Gwen drives a "proper, old-fashioned Seventies truck" that the band lifted straight from the 1977 Burt Reynolds comedy Smokey and the Bandit.