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Editors’ Notes

Stuntis the irreverent, brainy party boys at their quirky-pop best. On this album, the Barenaked Ladies have toned down the snarkiness in an effort to mainline its pop sensibilities, but they just can't get away from their own sharp sense of humor. Thank goodness. Lyrics hit like rapid fire attacks, and the band grooves with the excitement of a great bachelor party. Other than They Might Be Giants, no other group so effectively combines engagingly nasal vocals with bouncy musical quirk. Stunt is more than a series of witty pranksters. It's a full-on pop celebration that'll make your feet bounce and every other fiber of your being smile.

Customer Reviews

Great

Once again those wacky Canadians have done what they do best, taken modern music to places it hasn't gone before. Stunt portrays the ideal Rap/Pop/Rock/Alternative album, with fast and clever lyrics that present some issues that you can relate to, and others that you may be able to relate to in twenty years. With songs like One Week which reaches 330 words per minute, you won't be able to get these tracks out of your head for a long time.

Biography

Formed: 1988 in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

By combining humor with an eclectic mix of folk and pop/rock, the Barenaked Ladies enjoyed considerable popularity in their native Canada before rising to international status with 1998's "One Week." Vocalists Ed Robertson and Steve Page launched the band in the late '80s as an acoustic act, traveling to different college campuses and playing warm-up gigs for comedy troupes. These early shows played an important role in the group's foundation, as Robertson and Page began injecting their performances...
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