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April 08, 2004

Nickleback Sucks

Of course, you knew that already. But if you had any doubts, this marriage of two of their songs should convince you.

In one speaker, you hear "Someday." In the other, you hear "This is How You Remind Me."

Sorta spooky, really.

I realize that most pop music exists on a limited number of templates. It seems that it would be good policy to vary the templates just a touch more than this, though.

(I got this from the Mefites. I feel sort of dirty.)

Posted by zombyboy at April 8, 2004 11:53 AM | TrackBack
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After consulting some people here at work, we've decided Nickleback hired a drummer to lay down one track, and they've used the same one for every song since.
It's not that Nickleback wants every song to sound the same, or that they lack talent, they're just limited by the drum track.
Drummers are pricey, especially with the exchange rate.

Posted by: Tom at April 8, 2004 01:58 PM

Imagine the giggling zomby (properly misspelled, of course), shunned by friends and co-workers, slightly less than manly in form.

Thank you.

Posted by: zombyboy at April 8, 2004 02:03 PM

Even though they suck, I kind of like those songs. I know, I need help.

Posted by: Sean Hackbarth at April 9, 2004 12:22 AM

No, the really bad thing is that I kind of like those songs when they're played together in that mix. The fit so perfectly.

Posted by: zombyboy at April 9, 2004 07:18 AM

Nickleback does not suck!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I bet that it is a WHOLE lot better then what YOU PEOPLE LISTEN TO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOUR music sucks I BET!!!!!!

Posted by: Michael at October 12, 2004 06:27 PM
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