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Nickelback Is So Good That You Can Listen To Two Of Their Songs Simultaneously And It Still Kicks Ass… Right?

As Shaffee Abraham has said a hundred times: “Nickelback makes nothing but hits.”  This rings true when you play the songs ‘How You Remind Me’ and ‘Someday’ at the same time.  The Nickelback song structure is so good that the only way to beat a previous Nickelback hit is too emulate it exactly.  And who better to emulate Nickelback, than Nickelback.  Am I right?  Yeah, I’m right.

Listen below to Nickelback’s ’How You Remind Me’ and ‘Someday’ played at the same time.

After listening to that gem of a mashup, what do you think about Nickelback?

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