Nickelback became the new Creed?
I believe "talentless hacks" is an active tag.
it actually sounds a lot better like this. not that that's saying much.
What hell sounds like? The songs overlap so nicely I'd argue this actually improves them. Maybe if you added in a third Nickleback song...
Up until now I actually thought these were the same song.
that man wears a "gelled perm". someone please explain
I once read an article explaining that Nickelback was actually good, and all the haters had it wrong. It sure was a lot of words.
Most hit songs are written by taking someone else's hit song and then changing the words and the melody. They're just cutting out the middleman.
This was originally called "Nickelback vs. Nickelback," back in '03. That was pretty funny back then.
Ha ha. When the "melodies" start up, it's amazing.
With one set of words in each ear, it's like those old cartoons with an angel and a devil on either shoulder. But both of them are just whiny douchebags with fashionable facial hair.
This is better like this. I say that sincerely, it's a better song.
Good ol' Chad Krueger has openly admitted to not caring about artistic integrity. He said he's in it for the money, and I, for better or worse, respect him for that.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I hate Nickelback, but I got to the point where I wondered if it was too cliche to hate them, since so many did. Thank you for reminding me that I truly take pleasure in despising everything they have ever done, and ever will do.
5 stars for the business category.
One star for being ancient. There was a Linkin Park one, too. These came out when these songs were still relatively freshly on the radio.
I...I only heard one song?
Am I going deaf or are the just that alike?
|Magical Man from Happy-Land |
holy shit fucking OLD
Yeah, it's old. On the other hand, sometimes you have to examine these artifacts from earlier stages of the internet to understand how we got to where we are today.
everything old is old again
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