Release date: 10 July 2007
Buy the CD that has the entire world saying, “We LOVE Lazlo Bane!” And bask in the glory of it’s groovy, saturated, bearded, 70’s artwork, matched only by it’s groovy, saturated, bearded 70’s sound.
20 genius 70’s covers for 12 bucks – now those are 70’s prices!
From the band that brought you the Scrubs theme song, Superman, comes the most awesomest, spanktacular event of the new millennium: Guilty Pleasures. In early 2007, Lazlo Bane embarked on a mission to record 20 amazing songs from the 70’s. You don’t know why you love them, you may not be sure who wrote them, but you’re damn sure glad Lazlo Bane covered them.
I give it 10 stars
Let’s get the party started. How about a road trip? Maybe a long hike in the mountains or a bike ride through the park? All of the aforementioned activities will be greatly enhanced with the purchase, play, pleasure and repeat (PPP&R) of this CD. That is a promise from the band. If you are not satisfied with the aformentioned PPP&R during any or all of the previously aformetioned activities, we promise we will work harder next time to deliver an even more satisfying listening experience. This is our promise to you, the valued consumer.
Lazlo Bane – working hard to make your life a little easier. Now get to it!
Yes, we’re crazy!
Lazlo Bane, here, reviewing our own album. (Is this allowed? Well then, 5 stars it is.) We were asked to cover “Stuck in the Middle with You” for a film and had so much fun we said what the heck, let’s keep going. Four months and 20 songs later and viola! Guilty Pleasures was born. The rules: A song from the 70’s you know, you might be a little embarrassed to admit you love, and you’re not exactly sure who wrote it. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did making it. XO-Lazlo
|Song||Original Artist||Original Writer||Length|
|1. “Get Right Back”||Maxine Nightingale||J. Vincent Edwards and Pierre Tubbs||4:03|
|2. “Stuck in the Middle with You”||Stealers Wheel||Joe Egan and Gerry Rafferty||3:27|
|3. “Lonely Boy”||Andrew Gold||Andrew Gold||4:03|
|4. “I’m Not in Love”||10cc||Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman||5:20|
|5. “Lime in the Coconut”||Harry Nilsson||Harry Nilsson||4:08|
|6. “Alone Again”||Gilbert O’Sullivan||Gilbert O’Sullivan||4:05|
|7. “Baby Come Back”||Player||J.C. Crowley and Peter Beckett||4:25|
|8. “Take the Long Way Home”||Supertramp||Rick Davies and Roger Hodgson||4:55|
|9. “Nothing from Nothing”||Billy Preston||Billy Preston and Bruce Fisher||2:44|
|10. “I Can’t Tell You Why”||The Eagles||Timothy B. Schmit, Glenn Frey and Don Henley||4:12|
|11. “Things We Do for Love”||10cc||Eric Stewart and Graham Gouldman||3:49|
|12. “Come and Get It”||Badfinger||Paul McCartney||2:16|
|13. “In the Summertime”||Mungo Jerry||Ray Dorset||3:31|
|14. “I Love You”||Climax Blues Band||Derek Holt||4:06|
|15. “Love Will Keep Us Together”||Captain & Tennille||Neil Sedaka and Howard Greenfield||3:26|
|16. “All By Myself”||Eric Carmen||Eric Carmen||5:32|
|17. “Cruel to Be Kind”||Nick Lowe||Nick Lowe and Ian Gomm||3:21|
|18. “Mama Told Me Not To Come”||Three Dog Night||Randy Newman||2:51|
|19. “Could It Be Magic”||Barry Manilow||Barry Manilow and Adrienne Anderson||5:38|
|20. “Highway to Hell”||AC/DC||Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Bon Scott||3:31|
The album was released on CD and as a digital download.
The CD edition of the album came with a LB logo tattoo.