Nouns is the first LP (as Weirdo Rippers was a compilation of singles and EPs) by American experimental music duo No Age. It was (partly) recorded at Southern Studios in London. The album was leaked onto the internet on April 16, 2008 and subsequently released by Sub Pop on May 6, 2008. On May 5, it earned a 9.2/10 rating from Pitchfork Media; and is the website's joint highest-reviewed original release of 2008 (along with Dear Science by TV on the Radio and Microcastle by Deerhunter). The album ranked third in Pitchfork Media's list of the top 50 albums of 2008, and was listed at number 50 on Rolling Stone's list of the best albums of 2008.
Nouns was released on LP, CD, and via download. The CD version features a 68-page full-color booklet with art, photos, lyrics and information about the release. The album was nominated for a Grammy in the category Best Recording Package.
The album received many positive reviews (as indicated by its Metacritic score of 79); "Teen Creeps" was also mentioned as one of the bright spots on the album. In particular, Spin cited "Teen Creeps" as "adding Superchunky pop riffs to the their relentless punk vigor".