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It's all there

Did you buy "All In Good Time", the first Barenaked Ladies release without band co-founder Steven Page? As you listened, did you find yourself missing way more than Page's magnificent voice? Did you realise with sadness that this was the first BNL release missing truly ingenious lyrics; unbelievably catchy melodies; brilliantly quirky instrumentation; a massively diverse range of influences; oh-so-brilliant bridges; dark words juxtaposed with cheery music; and just a certain indescribable something? If so, buy "Page One". It's all there. Welcome back, Steve. I missed you.

Page puts difficult two years behind him; returns on top form.

Steven Page is one of the most instantly recognisable voices in Canadian pop history. After parting ways with Barenaked Ladies back in 2009, he now brings out his much anticipated solo album "Page One" - and it does not disappoint.

"Page One" showcases Page's versatility as a songwriter and is largely surprisingly upbeat. First single "Indecision" is a glorious slice of power-pop reminiscent of his old band at their best, while "If You Love Me" is a hugely catchy camp-disco affair. Page's vocals shine on the swing-along "Leave Her Alone", a nod to his previous work with the Art Of Time ensemble.

"Page One" feels familiar yet invigorated - tracks like "A New Shore" and "Marry Me" burst with energy; "Queen Of America" and "Entourage" are experimental but not contrived. Page has branched out into a wider range of genres on this album, yet nothing feels forced.

Lyrically, Page excels on "Page One", and his craft of catchy pop songs with darker undertones is particularly evident on "Over Joy": "My depression has got me choosing doom and gloom over joy".

It remains to be seen how Page will fare in the mainstream market. He has formed a new band for live performances, and you can expect to hear old BNL tunes mixed in with new material at his shows. Surely it won't be long until tracks from "Page One" rank as fan favourites alongside the BNL classics.

Brilliant stuff... I expected nothing less.

Yes I was one of those who bought 'All in good time' and noticed there was more than just 20% missing in the revised BNL line-up. It confirmed to me that talented as the other guys might be, Page is phenomenal.

I can't stop listening to this and enjoying new quirks and elements to each track the more I hear them. It's a rare occurrence when it can be said that there really isn't an 'album filler' track on here and every single song is expertly crafted, superbly produced (Mr Duffy I believe) and wonderfully delivered in Page's unmistakable vocal tones. It's incredible to think this chap still keeps turning out such brilliant work after such a great back-catalog already.

If you're a fan you will not be disappointed. Great music by a great talent.

Now... if we can only get him to tour the UK!


Born: 22 June 1970 in Scarborough, Ontario, Canada

Genre: Pop

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

A singer/songwriter with a warm tenor croon, vocalist Steven Page is best known as a founding member of the Canadian pop/rock group the Barenaked Ladies. Born in Ontario, Page took piano lessons as a child and sang in a youth choir. By his teens, he had struck up a songwriting partnership with schoolmate Ed Robertson that eventually led to the formation of adult alternative band the Barenaked Ladies. From 1992 to 2009, Page shared lead vocal duties with Robertson in the Barenaked Ladies, and wrote...
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