NakedSelf is a 2000 album by the British band The The. It was the band's first album since Hanky Panky (1995) and the first containing original material since Dusk (1993). In terms of sales, it was the band's least successful until that point, peaking at 45 in the UK Album Chart. As of March 2017, it is also the last regular studio album by The The, except for two soundtracks. On the album, guitarist Eric Schermerhorn, who had joined The The before the recording of Hanky Panky (replacing Johnny Marr), takes an active role alongside Matt Johnson, with co-writing credits on six out of twelve tracks.
The album received mainly positive reviews from critics with an average Metacritic rating of 75/100.