|1. Too Little Too Late|
|2. Never Do Anything|
|3. Pinch Me|
|4. Go Home|
|5. Falling for the First Time|
|7. Sell, Sell, Sell|
|8. Humour of the Situation|
|9. Baby Seat|
|10. Off the Hook|
|12. Tonight Is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel|
|13. Hidden Sun (Bonus Track)|
But for all that, it is still only worth one less star, as this album is otherwise very strong. Pinch Me is as close as we get to a rap like One Week, The Humor Of The Situation is also good, as is Too Little Too Late.
That said, Maroon is by no means BNL's best CD. It is loud, doesn't give Steve Page a chance to use his voive, and most of the songs sound the same. For classic BNL, I recommend Rock Spectace.
However, Maroon is also a very good CD. The lyrics are jumpy, fun, and humorous, and Steve has one of the best voices in music. Highlights include "Sell, Sell, Sell" about commercialism in Hollywood, "Helicopters" about a musician's reactions to war, and "Tonight is the Night I Fell Asleep at the Wheel" because it is just plain weird.
If you are a fan, buy this CD, if you are not, borrow it before you buy.