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Album Review

Like any good teen phenomenon, now that the Naked Brothers Band are going, there's no stopping them. I Don't Want to Go to School, the band's second album, showed up a mere six months after the first, just as a second season started up on Nickelodeon. Just as all the songs on the first eponymous album are pulled from the first season of the show, all the songs on this second record are culled from the second season, and considering the short gap between the two records (not to mention seasons), it should come as no surprise that they sound pretty similar, filled with tight, hooky songs that don't overstay their welcome yet linger in the mind, certainly more than such modern-day bubblegum often does. This is ever so slightly less zippy than the first Naked Brothers Band album — the energy has been dialed down a bit, there are a few more ballads, and there are even songs that feel ever so slightly tinged with regret, something that Nat Wolff's vaguely affected British accent accentuates in parts. Even mentioning this trace element of melancholy is misleading, as I Don't Want to Go to School is hardly a sad album: it's a bright, cheerful pop album made for kids. And, just like before, while this is made for kids, it's not cloying or sweet like so much teenie pop, and it's built on some sturdy pop constructions that will please older listeners who never bother with the show. If I Don't Want to Go to School doesn't necessarily show a progression from The Naked Brothers Band, it nevertheless amply proves that the debut was no fluke. [This version of I Don't Want to Go to School, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great Album

While not all the songs are great, overall this is a really good album and MUCH better then the first one. I Don't Want to Go To School: 3.5/5 First single off the CD. Solid song but I am tired of hearing it all the time. Its not one of my favorites. Eventually: 5/5 One of my favorite songs on the CD. If you only want to buy afew of the songs, you need this one. Mystery Girl: 4/5 Good song but its over very fast. I would have liked if they made it longer for the CD. I'll Do Anything: 4/5 Not the best of Nat's love songs but very solid. I liked it alot more after hearing it afew times. I've Got A Question: 3/5 My least favorite song on the CD. Some cool music in it (I like the little guitar solo) but it got on my nerves after awhile. Body I Occupy: 5/5 Awsome song. I think that this should have been the first single for the album. Why: 5/5 Amazing song by Alex. Powerful, emotional song. If You Can Make It Through the Rain: 3.5/5 It did not stand for me much when it was in the episode but its a solid song. Proof Of My Love: 4.5/5 Really shows how much stronger Nat has gotten at song writting. One of the best. Great Trip: 3.5/5 Nice, chilled out song but the chorus is weak and gets alittle annoying. Three is Enough: 4.5/5 Extremely catchy song by Alex with a great beat. I wish they had added afew more lyrics at the end because it does get alittle repetative. I still love it tho. Everybody's Cried At Least Once: 4/5 This song grew on me alot but I don't like how it ends with the one line over and over again. Tall Girls Short Girls: 4/5 Fun little song. Not one of my favorites but its nice. Changing: 5/5 Another really powerful song by Alex. I like it even more now that its longer.


I personally do not like these guys! I mean yeah they're young but...not my type of music.

are you serious?

this is not music. those are not lyrics. jeez people.


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

A unique combination of real life and fiction, the Naked Brothers Band are the project of the Wolff brothers, Nat and Alex, who started a band when they were in preschool. Their mother, writer/director Polly Draper, turned their adventures into the 2005 film The Naked Brothers Band, which in turn inspired the 2007 Nickelodeon TV series of the same name. Nat Wolff, who was still just 11 years old when the show went on the air, is the Naked Brothers Band's singer and songwriter; Alex, who was eight...
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