Nowhere to Hide: BNL Calls Me Out

twitterI attempted to come up with my own list of the 200 best songs of the 90s. This was in response to a similar list published by Edge 102 / CFNY a few weekends ago. Admittedly, it was a lot harder than I suspected and I was bound to miss a few deserving songs.

In this day and age, there's nowhere to hide. I missed a couple of deserving Barenaked Ladies tracks, and guess who called me on it? @barenakedladies, the official Twitter account of BNL.


I've actually gone back to that list and made a few edits. Shoot over and throw your two cents at it, if you can. And BNL, I apologize for the oversight. I had the yellow tape.


All is forgiven...


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Ask the BNL if they can even look or eat Hagen Daas ice cream or Cadbury Schweps Raspberry Ginger ale. From the summer of the backyard bbq's I can't even look at that stuff anymore.

Fun times in the early years.

September 21, 2009 @ 9:40 AM


you can't please everyone...Manson's gone...Yeah!

September 21, 2009 @ 10:25 AM


Now you have 2 of the 4 (1 of 3 Cdn) acts I suggested under the 'official list entry'. Although I would have picked Enid - Wikipedia shows it charted higher than every single BNL single excepting 1998's It's All Been Done.

September 21, 2009 @ 10:57 AM


I still have the yellow tape. It's autographed by all of them, after standing in line in the freezing cold for hours outside Muchmusic for their first Intimate and Interactive.

They are performing down here in a town called Primm, just south of Vegas, in a couple weeks. I'm hoping to get down there, as after seeing them over 10 times, I firmly believe no one puts on a better show.

@barenakedladies How about some comps, eh?

September 21, 2009 @ 3:37 PM


Who cares if you pissed them off?

They're reading your blog! How cool is that?!?!?

They are a great band with a few songs from the 90s that should be on the list.

September 22, 2009 @ 11:39 AM

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