Though loved for their witty silliness, Barenaked Ladies are a little too goofy for goofiness' sake on their latest album, "Everything to Everyone." Such tracks as the frenetic "Shopping" and polka-in

Though loved for their witty silliness, Barenaked Ladies are a little too goofy for goofiness' sake on their latest album, "Everything to Everyone." Such tracks as the frenetic "Shopping" and polka-inflected "Upside Down" threaten to turn the disc into a novelty effort. There is also an ode to a monkey, "Another Postcard," that seems like a rehash of the group's breakout hit, "One Week," from 1998 album "Stunt." The few serious songs included make more of a lasting impression. "Celebrity," which examines society's favorite obsession, is catchy and clever. With its banjo instrumentation, "For You" is offbeat but rolls out a moving, country-tinged melody nonetheless.—SA