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Album Review

Barenaked Ladies took their time in following up their almost commercial flop Maroon. Having Don Was in the production seat wasn't enough to flesh out Barenaked Ladies' bright musical humor, although "Pinch Me" and "Falling for the First Time" were moderate radio hits. Opting to shake things up (as much as they can for being jokesters), Barenaked Ladies hooked up with Ron Aniello (Guster, Lifehouse, Loudermilk) three years later for Everything to Everyone. A dynamic mix of the band's special branded wit and bittersweet reflections, Barenaked Ladies show their age on their fifth release. Don't fret — growing up isn't easy to do, but some members of the band are daddies and BNL crafted a set of songs in a post-September 11th society. Instead of mocking themselves and refraining from harshly criticizing the arena that's made them popular, BNL subtlety ridicules corporate excess. If the title itself doesn't give that away, songs like "Celebrity" and the techno-inflected "Shopping" will. Those smart enough to get the slyness hiding inside the joke will be amused by Everything to Everyone and the poignant lyrics for which Steven Page and Ed Robertson are known. "War on Drugs" is a somber reflection and "Next Time" is that second chance you're always hoping will be there. Everything to Everyone is probably Barenaked Ladies' most honest album — always touching, but serious and completely open for the first time in their 15-year career. Several artists have made attempts to spoof the celebrity-obsessed world in which we live, but Barenaked Ladies succeed in keeping things simple. Sure, their classic charm will forever be a part of them, but wising up to make a point is what's real. If you can laugh in the process, all the better. [A CD/DVD edition with special packaging and artwork is also available. The DVD, which allows the listener to hear the album in surround sound, includes behind-the-scenes material from the studio, 11 acoustic songs, and five Internet bonus clips.]

Customer Reviews

Canadian Ministry of Sound Approved!

There was nothing better then hopping on the bus and hearing the sweat tunes of the BnL in the cold town of Sudbury, Ontario. This CD among many others have been intwined in our lives and there is nothing better then this CD. I fully approve this, Canadian Hometown Style. :) .fox


Wow go Canada once again BNL proves that Canada is amazing. U need to buy this or at least get some of the songs


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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