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Customer Reviews

STUNT--- The mainstream breakthrough for BNL!!!

A track-by-track run-through.

1.) ONE WEEK--- Does this one even need an explanation? Catchy and brilliant!... 5/5

2.) ITS ALL BEEN DONE--- A great follow-up to One Week, very catchy chorus and an amazing chord-progression during the verse. Oh and an Ed Robertson guitar solo very much helps!... 5/5

3.) LIGHT UP MY ROOM--- This song really touched base with me. The tempo starts to slow down, but for good reason. A typical masterpiece by Ed... 4.5/5

4.) I'LL BE THAT GIRL--- A humorous approach at depression with input from Stephen Duffy. Tempo remains slowed but lets you catch your breath for future titles...4/5

5.) LEAVE--- Contrary to the name of this tune, you will not want to leave after hearing the first noodles of the acoustic guitar. Starts to pick up tempo, just a wonderful song sung by Ed... 4.5/5

6.) ALCOHOL--- Can't we all relate to this song? A very riff-driven song fueled by humour. Page hits a home-run with the vocals. Oh and Kevin does a great job with the synth... 5/5

7.) CALL AND ANSWER--- If this song called me, I would surely answer. One of the best, melodic, and soft songs BNL has ever written. Vocal overlaps in the verses are amazing!... 5/5

8.) IN THE CAR--- The first few notes played by a semi-distorted electric guitar give you the feel of freezer-burned ice cream (or maybe I am crazy). Starts to pick up some tempo... 4.5/5

9.) NEVER IS ENOUGH--- A hilarious guitar-driven song about goofy things! Genius!... 4.5/5

10.) WHO NEEDS SLEEP?--- I might after listening to this song-- in a good way. :) An extremely soothing song that includes Page on flute. Just awesome... 4.5/5

11.) TOLD YOU SO--- A very typical Ed Robertson song, driven by acoustic riff. Bass riff is very well-written. Although a sweet song, not very original in style...4/5

12.) SOME FANTASTIC--- Favorite on the album. Just pure brilliant. Maybe it's the double-lead vocals or lyrical content about a lab assistant being loved by her boss. I don't know and frankly don't care. Bottom line is I get an awesome vibe when I listen to this song... 5/5 (i would rate this a 10 but that would be irrational)

13.) WHEN YOU DREAM--- Steve sings his first full song since Track 8 and lets out a soothing acoustic song asking a ton of questions. Questionable closer for the album but it suffices...4/5

Overall, I rate this the #1 album from BNL and possible the late 1990's. I still love it after 12 years!

Best BNL Album

I just relistened to this entire album a couple of days ago, and despite the fact that I had already heard a lot of the really popular songs many times already, it struck me that every single song on this album is absolutely awesome...this is Barenaked Ladies at their peak. Don't just buy "One Week," buy the whole album!

the only good one!!!

why would BNL sell out to become childrens music writers? they have such amazing talent like what is shown in this album... they should really go back to writing stuff like this.

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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