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Old 09-15-2013, 02:16 AM   #21 (permalink)
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I love In Utero..Cobain, the genius inspired the other genius, Chad Kroeger. Thank you, Mr. Cobain.

Heart Shaped Box really molded the Nickelback sound..I can feel the drive right now as I type these awe inspiring words.
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Old 09-15-2013, 05:15 AM   #22 (permalink)
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If anything, Nirvana sounds like Nickelback. Chad Kroeger's genius is so ahead of it's time that Kurt was writing everything based around what he thought Nickelback's first album would sound like.
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Old 09-15-2013, 05:28 AM   #23 (permalink)
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If anything, Nirvana sounds like Nickelback. Chad Kroeger's genius is so ahead of it's time that Kurt was writing everything based around what he thought Nickelback's first album would sound like.
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Old 09-15-2013, 06:34 AM   #24 (permalink)
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Now you're just going off topic.
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Now you're just going off topic.
How would or can that even be considered "going off topic" I was simply stating through an image that Mr. Cobain has influenced the geniuses known as Scott Stapp and Chad Kroeger.
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Oh, I see. I think it would have been more appropriate if you had posted it the Pearl Jam thread, or if you had used a picture that was more than just Scott Stapp with a reference to one of his most popular songs.

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Enough. Enough with the ****ing Nickelback. I couldn't give less of a **** that you enjoy them, but this thread is about Nirvana. In Utero, in particular.
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Oh, I see. I think it would have been more appropriate if you had posted it the Pearl Jam thread, or if you had used a picture that was more than just Scott Stapp with a reference to one of his most popular songs.

What do you think of Staind?
Well, you know how talented and awe inspiring Mr. Stapp is..he really can take you that much higher, no pun intended.

Staind have always been looking to replicate the Nickelback sound and image..it's painfully obvious. 'It's Been A While' is a rip off of 'Hero' Aaron Lewis couldn't tie Chad Kroegers shoes..

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Enough. Enough with the ****ing Nickelback. I couldn't give less of a **** that you enjoy them, but this thread is about Nirvana. In Utero, in particular.
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Nirvana have been an influence on Nickelback, for their whole career span, I'm speaking on behalf of Mr. Kroeger and the rest of his colleagues..when I say, thank you Mr. Cobain. Thank you.
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Old 09-15-2013, 08:48 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Well, you know how talented and awe inspiring Mr. Stapp is..he really can take you that much higher, no pun intended.
No I don't, enlighten me. I've always thought Creed sucked.

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Oh, I thought Staind had been around longer than Nickelback.
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No I don't, enlighten me. I've always thought Creed sucked.


Oh, I thought Staind had been around longer than Nickelback.
Creed are the furthest thing from being "sucked" Creed are the magnet of the Music industry, every band stepped their game up when Creed arrived on the scene, and everyone knows it.

It's common knowledge among everyone in the Nickelback camp that Staind lived in Canada in the mid to late 1990's in order to replicate the Nickelback sound. It's painfully obvious.
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