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Barenaked Ladies

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Simply by word of mouth, Barenaked Ladies launched the start of their own career and eventually became the first independent band to have an independent release achieve platinum status in Canada.

The Yellow Tape was followed by Gordon, released in 1992, and it was also a significant success, featuring some of the most iconic Barenaked Ladies hits (Including “Be My Yoko Ono,” “Brian Wilson,” and “If I Had $1,000,000.”) Maybe You Should Drive (1994) and Born on a Pirate ship (1996) followed, but it was the album Stunt that became their breakthrough album upon its release in 1998. Largely in part to the success of the number-one song “One Week,” Stunt brought Barenaked Ladies onto the mainstream scene in the United States, and the rest, as they say, is history. Barenaked Ladies has been nominated for fifteen industry awards from various academies for a variety of works, with a total of eleven wins so far. In addition to their contributions to music, the members of Barenaked Ladies have also founded the Barenaked Planet project, to promote environmentally sustainable choices. During tours, Barenaked Ladies attempts to keep the environment as “green” as possible, using recyclable materials backstage and using biodiesel for fuel. Barenaked Ladies continues to tour, perform, and record. The group’s most recent release is Grinning Streak (2013), featuring the single “Boomerang.”

Barenaked Ladies Song List

  • “One Week”
  • “It’s All Been Done”
  • “Alcohol”
  • “Brian Wilson”
  • “Too Little Too Late”

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