Barenaked Ladies - Barelaked Nadies

Barenaked Ladies - Barelaked Nadies
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Barenaked Ladies - Barelaked Nadies

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You haven't seen Barenaked Ladies until you've seen Barelaked Nadies (yep, that's the title). For the first time, not only are all the videos from Barenaked Ladies collected in one place, but each has been remastered in 5.1 surround sound for this DVD. Barelaked Nadies is the alternative pop band's ultimate video retrospective, spanning 1992-2001 with 17 music videos plus surround sound concert footage from the pay-per-view event "The Great Guinness Toast Barenaked Ladies: All Their Greatest Hits Live from the Roseland Ballroom" plus rare interview clips and commentary plus an exclusive karaoke feature.

Canadian alt-rockers Barenaked Ladies get a dynamic 10-year retrospective on this entertaining compilation. Springing from the same native soil as Mike Myers--and brimming with a similarly irreverent sense of humor--BNL are seen here in semi-jumbled chronology, evolving from home-movie primitives (their first video was financed by a Canadian arts fund) to full-blown video stars in the dazzling "One Week" clip directed by McG of Charlie's Angels fame. Thanks to endless replays in a Mitsubishi car commercial, "One Week" is BNL's most recognized hit, and the video is arguably their best to date. But with 16 others to choose from--all in glorious 5.1-channel surround--it's hard to pick a favorite (we're going with "Alternative Girlfriend," in case you're wondering). It's not all great--the concert footage is marred by muddy recording--but BNL's running commentary is as fun as their videos, and with a DVD-ROM "ReVoice" karaoke feature, you can croon "One Week" to your heart's content. --Jeff Shannon

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