History Music / BarenakedLadies

6th Mar '16 5:31:05 PM Ulkomaalainen
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** Similarily Kevin Hearn is a fan of relatively unknown Dutch band ''Nits'' and has played with them at their 30 year celebration in 2004, also getting their drummer Rob Kloet to play on his solo efforts.
29th Feb '16 11:55:02 AM Asbduhas
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** Inverted with "dans le maison" in GratuitousFrench. They tell people "Don LeMayzon" was either a hockey coach or Lynyrd Skynyrd's manager.

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** Inverted with "dans le maison" in GratuitousFrench. They tell people "Don LeMayzon" "[[{{Mondegreen}} Don LeMayzon]]" was either a hockey coach or Lynyrd Skynyrd's manager.
24th Feb '16 12:23:12 AM Doryna
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* DuctTapeForEverything: Accordng to "Duct Tape Heart", if your heart is broken, you can just make a new, more durable one out of duct tape! [[note]]And make a wallet out of the extra bits![[/note]]
10th Feb '16 8:05:19 AM Leafsdude
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* Bookends: Not counting hidden content, "Crazy", the last song on ''Gordon'', ends with the riff from "Hello City", the ''first'' song on the album.

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* Bookends: {{Bookends}}: Not counting hidden content, "Crazy", the last song on ''Gordon'', ends with the riff from "Hello City", the ''first'' song on the album.


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** Finally {{averted}} with Silverball, which was even given its own video.
30th Jan '16 10:49:55 PM Exxolon
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Barenaked Ladies, frequently abbreviated [=BnL=], are a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1988. When they hit it big, they did it with a quirky style that could convey alternatively humour or heartbreak at will. In doing so, they redefined what Canadian popular music could be that never needed to copy any other culture.

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Barenaked Ladies, '''Barenaked Ladies''', frequently abbreviated [=BnL=], are a Canadian alternative rock band formed in 1988. When they hit it big, they did it with a quirky style that could convey alternatively humour or heartbreak at will. In doing so, they redefined what Canadian popular music could be that never needed to copy any other culture.
27th Jan '16 10:22:47 AM Asuyuka
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* BookEnds: Not counting hidden content, "Crazy", the last song on ''Gordon'', ends with the riff from "Hello City", the ''first'' song on the album.

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* BookEnds: Bookends: Not counting hidden content, "Crazy", the last song on ''Gordon'', ends with the riff from "Hello City", the ''first'' song on the album.
9th Jan '16 8:13:11 PM Leafsdude
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They got their name when founding members Ed Robertson and Steven Page were [[AGoodNameForARockBand discussing names for a band]] during a [[Music/BobDylan concert; when they went to sign up for a music competition shortly thereafter, and realised they needed to come up with a band name ''on the spot'', they panicked and the rest is history.

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They got their name when founding members Ed Robertson and Steven Page were [[AGoodNameForARockBand discussing names for a band]] during a [[Music/BobDylan Music/BobDylan concert; when they went to sign up for a music competition shortly thereafter, and realised they needed to come up with a band name ''on the spot'', they panicked and the rest is history.
9th Jan '16 8:12:59 PM Leafsdude
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They got their name when founding members Ed Robertson and Steven Page were discussing names for a band during a Music/BobDylan concert; when they went to sign up for a music competition shortly thereafter, and realised they needed to come up with a band name ''on the spot'', they panicked and the rest is history.

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They got their name when founding members Ed Robertson and Steven Page were [[AGoodNameForARockBand discussing names for a band band]] during a Music/BobDylan [[Music/BobDylan concert; when they went to sign up for a music competition shortly thereafter, and realised they needed to come up with a band name ''on the spot'', they panicked and the rest is history.
14th Dec '15 10:07:35 AM Leafsdude
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** The song "Go Home" has the line "And if you think of her as UsefulNotes/CatherineTheGreat, then you should be the horse that helps her meet her fate". [[note]] referring to the [[NeverLiveItDown oft-repeated]] [[UrbanLegend legend]] that she was killed attempting to make love to a [[BestalityIsDepraved horse]].[[/note]]

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** The song "Go Home" has the line "And if you think of her as UsefulNotes/CatherineTheGreat, then you should be the horse that helps her meet her fate". [[note]] referring to the [[NeverLiveItDown oft-repeated]] [[UrbanLegend legend]] that she was killed attempting to make love to a [[BestalityIsDepraved [[BestialityIsDepraved horse]].[[/note]]
14th Dec '15 10:05:07 AM Leafsdude
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** The song "Go Home" has the line "And if you think of her as UsefulNotes/CatherineTheGreat, then you should be the horse that helps her meet her fate". [[note]] referring to the oft-repeated legend that she was killed attempting to make love to a horse.[[/note]]

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** The song "Go Home" has the line "And if you think of her as UsefulNotes/CatherineTheGreat, then you should be the horse that helps her meet her fate". [[note]] referring to the oft-repeated legend [[NeverLiveItDown oft-repeated]] [[UrbanLegend legend]] that she was killed attempting to make love to a horse.[[BestalityIsDepraved horse]].[[/note]]
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