Nickelback: Top 5 Songs of All Time Ranked

Top 5 Tracks of Nickelback

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All about Nickelback 

Who are Nickelback: Guitarist and lead vocalist Chad Kroeger, guitarist, keyboardist and backing vocalist Ryan Peake, bassist Mike Kroeger, and drummer Daniel Adair formed the Canadian rock band, Nickelback. In 2001, the band released its follow-up, Silver Side Up, which was also a commercial success. “How You Remind Me” was the band’s biggest hit, topping the Billboard and Canadian singles charts. “Someday,” which reached No. 1 in Canada as well as No. 7 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, was a Canadian No. 1 on the fourth album, The Long Road, released in 2003.

Origin: Hanna, Alberta, Canada

Genres: Post-grunge – Hard rock – Pop rock – Alternative metal – Alternative rock

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While he worked at Starbucks, bassist Mike Kroeger repeated the same phrase to customers as he handed them their change: “Here’s your nickel back.”
Metallica was considered to be the master of music by Ryan Peace. 
Chad’s hair was very important to him, and he thought his hair was horrible.

We freaking love music here at Unwrapped, and we adore Nickelback. In our humble opinion, here are the BEST FIVE SONGS by the legendary Nickelback (most liked, listened and downloaded songs) across the web!!!

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Five All-Time Best Songs of Nickelback

        1. How You Remind Me
        2. Rockstar
        3. Burn It to the Ground
        4. Far Away
        5. Photograph

How You Remind Me

Length: 3:43

Release: 2010

Opening Lyrics:

Never made it as a wise man
I couldn’t cut it as a poor man stealing
Tired of living like a blind man
I’m sick of sight without a sense of feeling
And this is how you remind me
This is how you remind me
Of what I really am
This is how you remind me
Of what I really am
It’s not like you to say “Sorry”
I was waiting on a different story
This time I’m mistaken
For handing you a heart worth breaking


Length: 4:12

Release: 2007

Opening Lyrics:

I’m through with standing in line to clubs I’ll never get in
It’s like the bottom of the ninth, and I’m never gonna win
This life hasn’t turned out quite the way I want it to be
(Tell me what you want)
I want a brand new house on an episode of Cribs
And a bathroom I can play baseball in
And a king-size tub, big enough for ten plus me
(Uh, so what you need?)
I’ll need a credit card that’s got no limit
And a big black jet with a bedroom in it
Gonna join the mile high club at 37, 000 feet
(Been there, done that)

Burn It To The Ground

Length: 3:32

Release: 2009

Opening Lyrics:

Well, it’s midnight, damn right
We’re wound up too tight
I’ve got a fist full of whiskey
The bottle just bit me
Oh, that shit makes me bat shit crazy
We’ve got no fear, no doubt
All in balls out
We’re going off tonight
To kick out every light
Take anything we want
Drink everything in sight
We’re going till the world stops turning
While we burn it to the ground tonight

Far Away

Length: 3:58

Release: 2006

Opening Lyrics:

This time, this place
Misused, mistakes
Too long, too late
Who was I to make you wait?
Just one chance, just one breath
Just in case there’s just one left
‘Cause you know, you know, you know
That I love you
I have loved you all along
And I miss you
Been far away, for far too long
I keep dreaming you’ll be with me
And you’ll never go
Stop breathing if I don’t see you anymore



Length: 4:18

Release: 2005

Opening Lyrics:

Look at this photograph
Every time I do, it makes me laugh
How did our eyes get so red?
And what the hell is on Joey’s head?
And this is where I grew up
I think the present owner fixed it up
I never knew we’d ever went without
The second floor is hard for sneaking out
And this is where I went to school
Most of the time had better things to do
Criminal record says I broke in twice
I must have done it half a dozen times


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