- Summary: The witty Canadian band with a devoted fanbase is back with their first album since the poorly-received 'Maroon.' Ron Aniello (Guster, Lifehouse) produces.
- Record Label: Warner Brothers
- Genre(s): Rock, Adult-Alternative
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|Every one is Every one is Every one is addressed to me Every one is Every one is Every one is Oh F*** You can't imagine so many monkeys in the daily...||See the rest of the song lyrics|
Entertainment WeeklyIt's the earnest attempts... that linger beyond a knowing snicker. [24 Oct 2003, p.106]
To be sure, Everything to Everyone certainly packs in the humorous moments that were largely lacking from the group's last album, 2000's Maroon. But it also shows principal songwriters Steven Page and Ed Robertson reflecting on weightier topics related to the band's double-edged popularity.
RandallR.Sep 25, 2007The DVD version gets a 10. The surround sound version sounds great (although you need a DVD-Audio player), but the real treat is the entire The DVD version gets a 10. The surround sound version sounds great (although you need a DVD-Audio player), but the real treat is the entire album performed live with acoustic instruments. The acoustic version better and more honest than the CD version.… Expand
MichaelEDec 8, 2003So much to listen to here, and what really stands out are the words...so universal.
jenniferwJul 2, 2004These guys are the antidote for a music industry that takes themselves entirely too seriously.
DougTOct 31, 2003A great CD. Right up there with Stunt a one of my favorites.
JeffHDec 11, 2003Excellent!!!!!!!! Just saw them live at the Uptown Theatre in KC. Almost 3 hours. They played every song on this CD. Very upbeat. Great live Excellent!!!!!!!! Just saw them live at the Uptown Theatre in KC. Almost 3 hours. They played every song on this CD. Very upbeat. Great live performers. The CD is solid; very typical of what the diehard BNL fans were hoping for.......… Expand
WedgeANov 4, 2003The more I listen to it the better it gets. War on Drugs is a classic Steve Page tune along the lines of What a Good Boy and Break Your The more I listen to it the better it gets. War on Drugs is a classic Steve Page tune along the lines of What a Good Boy and Break Your Heart. Shopping may leave you scratching your head, but it is a pretty good rip on the post September 11th state of mind - instead of buying war bonds or enlisting, we were encouraged to go out and shop to help the economy. More slickly produced than any other BNL album, E2E utilizes Kevin Hearns talents far more than Maroon, without overshadowing the guts of the band, which is the fantastic rythym combo of Tyler Stewart (drums) and Jim Creeggan (bass). Jim really gets to go to town on "Second Best". Ed's voice just keeps sounding better to me, and while Steve does not seem to push himself vocally as in previous efforts, he continues to have one of the greatest voices in pop. So forget the inane "Another Postcard" and try out E2E.… Expand
BoredNakedLadeeezNov 17, 2003Hot damn, this is dull. Butter-knife-in-my-great-grandma's-attic dull. Skipping-rock dull. Makes-Kenny-G-hot-by-comparison-dull. Hot damn, this is dull. Butter-knife-in-my-great-grandma's-attic dull. Skipping-rock dull. Makes-Kenny-G-hot-by-comparison-dull. Capiche? Pinch me, anything to get me out of my BNL-induced nightmare.… Expand
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