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Musician
    (August 27, 1970- )
    Raised in England
    Performs with No Doubt on 'No Doubt,' 'The Beacon Street Collection,' 'Tragic Kingdom,' 'Return Of Saturn' and 'Rock Steady'
    At 11, moved to the United States
    Co-wrote 'Ex-Girlfriend,' 'Six Feet Under,' 'Spiderwebs,' 'Hey You,' 'Different People,' 'Hella Good' and 'Running'
    Performed 'United States of Whatever' with Liam Lynch and Adrian Young
    One of his major musical influences is Prince.
    When he was younger, he severely cut his hand after a bizarre fish cleaning accident.
    He performed a tribute to Joe Strummer at the Grammys along with Elvis Costello, Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and Steve Van Zandt (February 23, 2003).
    He dated Gwen Stefani.
    Although He and Gwen Stefani broke up, they kept the band together.
    He and his bandmates don't mind Gwen getting most of the attention from the media.
    He enjoys listening to Weezer and Fishbone.
    He was good friends with Bradley Nowell.

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