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9 Replies to “ New Kid (On The Block) - Barenaked Ladies - Gordon (CD, Album) ”

  1. 2 disc g Vinyl Side A “Hello City” “Enid” “Grade 9” “Brian Wilson” Side B “Be My Yoko Ono” “Wrap Your Arms Around Me” “What A Good Boy” “The King Of Bedside Manor” Side C “Box Set” “I Love You” “New Kid (On The Block)” Side D “Blame It On Me” “The Flag” “If I Had $” “Crazy”.
  2. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer I didn't ask to be famous, but I'm not sore 'Cause you can see my face in the window of every store You can buy my lunch box, and you can wear my clothes You can remember my name just as plain as the face under your nose I'm a new kid on the block Though I may not be Johann Sebastian Bach So we may not write the songs we .
  3. Create & stream a free custom radio station based on the album Gordon by Barenaked Ladies on iHeartRadio!
  4. Gordon picks up where the Barenaked Ladies' famous demo "The Yellow Tape" left off and moves them into majors. Their first for Reprise, this witty songbook finds the Canadian five-piece to be a clever group -- charming, but not childish, yet the Barenaked Ladies are pretty close to Price: $
  5. Gordon is the debut studio album by Canadian band Barenaked Ladies. It was released through Sire Records on July 28, After The Yellow Tape was certified platinum in Canada, the group won a contest hosted by a local radio station. New Kid (On the Block) The formal release of the album is an Enhanced CD, and contains software /5(46).
  6. Best Debut CD EVER! I have been a Barenaked Ladies fan for many many years. Recently I wanted to complete my collection of their music on CD so I ordered Gordon. I love this disc because first of all the Barenaked Ladies are wonderful musicians. They blend their instruments in creative, interesting ways. Thier melodies and harmonies are delightful/5(11).
  7. Gordon Barenaked Ladies. Released July 28, New Kid (On The Block) More Barenaked Ladies albums Hits from Yesterday & the Day Before.
  8. Gordon picks up where the Barenaked Ladies' famous demo "The Yellow Tape" left off and moves them into majors. Their first for Reprise, this witty songbook finds the Canadian five-piece to be a clever group -- charming, but not childish, yet the Barenaked Ladies are pretty close to overstepping the boundaries of silliness. The thing that keeps them in line is their sharp harmonies.8/
  9. New Kid (On the Block) This song is by Barenaked Ladies and appears on the EP Variety Recordings: Barenaked Ladies () and on the album Gordon (). I didn't ask to be famous, but I'm not sore 'Cause you can see my face in the window of every store.

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