Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by KimmyGibbler, Apr 11, 2016.
I’d bet money it was I Believe I Can Fly then lol
I know we forget this in our bubbles but a lot of people like Nickleback, people that are living all around us lol
Who didn't get that Chad Kroger/Josey Scott Spiderman 2 song stuck in there head when that came out?! It was everywhere.
Lol, anytime I'm around two of my buddies, there's a 75% chance that we'll start singing that song. I don't understand how it happens, but it just does.
that + his song with Santana are actual jams
Ay oh ay oh ay oh ay
Gotta be somebody was my "sexually frustrated white dude and just a poor poor soul" anthem for about 5 minutes back in the day and photograph has a neat hook for a song that fucking sucks and that's been my nickelback presentation thanks for reading.
Nickelback obviously sucks but idk how they became the band that everyone knows sucks
I love that they have a song that posits that if we all told the truth, didnt cry or hate each other then people would stop dying.
I think like Imagine Dragons they're inescapable
This is just my perspective speaking, but it's extremely easy to escape most of those types of bands. I can't remember the last time I've heard a Nickleback song and I honestly couldn't even tell you what Imagine Dragons sounds like at this point.
Nickelback is enough of a yesterday pestilence that its almost charming when one of their tracks come on, like an unfortunate story you can finally sorta laugh about.
Imagine Dragons can go right to hell.
not if you work a job where you're forced to listen to the radio all day
Or if you go to any sports event
well this is still an absolute slapper
They had so much potential
Yeah this song fucking rules and anyone who suggests otherwise is a fucking liar and a coward
Unless your subjected to mainstream radio
EDIT: I see others came before me lol
Not going to lie I’d also rather listen to this than any Queen song
Backed for How You Remind Me and only How You Remind Me
I doubt this is true but no rock band ever felt more created on a whiteboard to me than Nickelback. Like if there was an equivalent to those K-Pop companies that instead mass produces cliche rockidy rock bands, Nickelback would be their magnum epos.
The subsequent "Theory of a Deadman" vibes are strong with that one.
I have yet to be convinced that they aren't the same band.
3 Doors Down, Hinder, Daughtry, and Three Days Grace also come to mind.