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Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before!

by Barenaked Ladies

Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before! by Barenaked Ladies

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Stop Us If You've Heard This One Before!

by Barenaked Ladies

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Label: Rhino/Warner Bros.
Originally intended as a companion piece to 2011's Hits From Yesterday & The Day Before, this collection of previously unreleased rarities and odd mixes will appeal most to the Ladies' hardcore followers. Tracks included date back to their Reprise years, 1992 to '03; that's when the group was at its peak both artistically and commercially. It was a time when they could flip alterna-humor ("Yes! Yes!! Yes!!!") and alterna-melancholy ("Old Apartment") with very little effort. Note: To understand just how gratuitously ironic the '90s were, check out the live version of "Shake Your Rump."

About This Album

Originally intended as a companion piece to 2011's Hits From Yesterday & The Day Before, this collection of previously unreleased rarities and odd mixes will appeal most to the Ladies' hardcore followers. Tracks included date back to their Reprise years, 1992 to '03; that's when the group was at its peak both artistically and commercially. It was a time when they could flip alterna-humor ("Yes! Yes!! Yes!!!") and alterna-melancholy ("Old Apartment") with very little effort. Note: To understand just how gratuitously ironic the '90s were, check out the live version of "Shake Your Rump."

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About This Album

Originally intended as a companion piece to 2011's Hits From Yesterday & The Day Before, this collection of previously unreleased rarities and odd mixes will appeal most to the Ladies' hardcore followers. Tracks included date back to their Reprise years, 1992 to '03; that's when the group was at its peak both artistically and commercially. It was a time when they could flip alterna-humor ("Yes! Yes!! Yes!!!") and alterna-melancholy ("Old Apartment") with very little effort. Note: To understand just how gratuitously ironic the '90s were, check out the live version of "Shake Your Rump."