Fake Nudes - Barenaked Ladies

Fake Nudes

Barenaked Ladies

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2017-11-11
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

  • ℗ 2017 Raisin' Records Distributed by Vanguard Records, a division of Concord Music Grou

Tracks

Title Artist Time
1
Canada Dry Barenaked Ladies 3:09 USD 1.29
2
Bringing It Home Barenaked Ladies 3:04 USD 1.29
3
Invisible Fence Barenaked Ladies 2:49 USD 1.29
4
Lookin' Up Barenaked Ladies 2:50 USD 1.29
5
Sunshine Barenaked Ladies 3:56 USD 1.29
6
Dusty Rooms Barenaked Ladies 3:20 USD 1.29
7
We Took the Night Barenaked Ladies 2:14 USD 1.29
8
Navigate Barenaked Ladies 4:43 USD 1.29
9
Flying Dreams Barenaked Ladies 4:33 USD 1.29
10
Nobody Better Barenaked Ladies 3:02 USD 1.29
11
Bag of Bones Barenaked Ladies 3:37 USD 1.29
12
You + Me Vs The World Barenaked Ladies 3:37 USD 1.29
13
20/20 Hindsight Barenaked Ladies 3:52 USD 1.29
14
The Township of King Barenaked Ladies 4:09 USD 1.29

Reviews

  • Ashamed to say this, but very, very disappointing.

    2
    By BNLGUY
    I am a huge BNL fan, have seen them in concert 10 times, but I have to say this album is below subpar. I like looking up, bringing it home and Canada Dry, but the rest are boring and/or hard to listen to. Kevin is an incredibly talented musician and composer, but he should not be singing lead vocals. Really pains me to say it. It seems they are purely writing music for the fun of it, not trying to expand their musical pallet. That is ok I suppose, but they will fade into the mist unless they go back to their roots. Keep smiling guys, it’s still great to see you guys enjoying music. Maybe the next album will be better.
  • Lackluster Effort for Usually Great Band

    2
    By musicadorkus
    Barenaked Ladies have been my favorite band for a long time, but they've put out a pretty blah album here. One of their biggest strengths has always been wordplay and witty lyrics, and this album doesn't disappoint in that regard. Outside of the two singles Bringing it Home and Lookin' Up, the songs are very boring musically. Songs written and sung by Kevin Hearn simply feel nothing like the typical BNL sound we've come to expect. His songs truly feel like a different musical act entirely. It's been a very disappointing album, and I say that as ahuge BNL fan who performs a number of their songs. I hope their post Steven Page journey rediscovers the past BNL magic in the future.
  • The Boys Are Back And Pushing In New Directions

    5
    By PhillyWest94
    This is a weird album, it's a really weird album in fact. That's certainly not a bad thing, though. After 2015's mediocre "Silverball" album, I'm glad to see the boys pushing in new directions, and it has definitely worked. I consider "Fake Nudes" to possibly be the most diverse BNL album of all time. A lot of musical genres are represented here, and all the band members get a chance to shine. Quite a few tracks even see BNL going back to their acoustic roots a bit. Kevin sings a whopping 6 songs on this album, which is something that the band has never done before, and it's a nice fresh breath of air. I recommend this album to any long-time BNL fan.
  • So amazing

    5
    By gpridgen
    This is my favorite band for a reason. They always churn out great songs, great music with a great message. This is a very thoughtful album and it will be in my player for months on end.
  • Huge letdown after Silverball and Grinning Streak

    3
    By BlazBlueJubei
    Both of the aforementioned albums were amazing. And when I preordered this album, I was excited. Bringing it Home and Lookin’ Up were great. Then Canada Dry was really good. Invisible Fence wasn’t great, but hey, every album has some not super great songs. Then We Took the Night came out. Can’t get enough of Jim’s voice. So good. Sunshine is when I started to lose faith. Sunshine burns your skin? Really? You couldn’t be any less cryptic about the message on this one. And finally, tonight, the album dropped. After such a long wait it was finally here. I started listening to the demos while they downloaded. Oh, another Kevin song. Okay. Whoa, FOUR MORE KEVIN SONGS. None of them any good. The music itself is pretty okay, but then he starts singing. Ugh. It seems like Ed is trying to do with Kevin what Steven did with himself. Slowly begin to share equal parts on the albums. But here’s the difference: Ed has a good voice. Sometimes a little raspy these days, but good nonetheless. Kevin on the other hand, has a voice that makes him fit to sing at children’s birthday parties. Not only the surplus of Kevin leads, but also the lack of Jim leads really disappointed me. If you are considering this album, get Lookin’ Up, Bringing it Home, Canada Dry, and We Took the Night. Also, be warned, all of these songs are wayyyy overdoctored. Lookin’ Up sounds so much better live it’s kind of ridiculous. It sounds like you have a weak signal during Lookin’ Up’s chorus. They really need to go back to their roots. PS: Porky Pig does indeed eat his own kind
  • BNL at its best

    5
    By razzmatazz-r
    Every album is stronger than the last. The Roarsome 4some are, as always at their creative best and most heartfelt. Rock on, Kev, Jim, Tyler and Ed. See you on the Rockboat!
  • BNL - Nothing Fake about these Nudes

    5
    By Muir Boda
    As always BNL puts out great music. Looking forward to the whole album in November!
  • Tigh's Guys

    4
    By Faunce13
    Billy say's these guys are great so that should be good enough for you.
  • The best

    5
    By drosendahl
    As always, the best band never disappoints, sounds awesome!!

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