Originally posted by hebtheeagleI'm just wondering your opinions of, in my humble estimation,the best band from Canada in quite awhile.
i've never actually heard them, but i do question the necessity of another band from canada where most of their songs were written by the same person who writes most of nickelback's songs, and who, by all reports, sound almost exactly like nickelback. i have no problem with nickelback, but does the world need a clone of them?
Originally posted by FeelyHEY it's another shitty generic rock band.
Hey...another comment that means nothing to this thread! This coming from the same guy who posts his "top 40" filled with bands/artists whom most of us have never heard of, yet we chose not to make any comments about them now do we?
As for the comment about the "Same writer, writes everything in Canada" is completely wrong.
Nickleback if you care to know, does write 75 percent of their own music/lyrics.
Theory of a Deadman in fact writes all of there music/lyrics.
research is important.
How much wood can a wood chuck chuck, if a wood chuck could chuck wood?
Fun Fact: Searching for Pearl Jam - Dead Man on a COMMUNIST file-sharing program will bring up Hero from the Spiderman soundtrack. Why? Because both Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam and someone from Theory of a Dead Man contributed to the song. What a headache.
Pearl Jam - Live in Little Rock: 79 Days & Counting
Originally posted by ManiacalClownFun Fact: Searching for Pearl Jam - Dead Man on a COMMUNIST file-sharing program will bring up Hero from the Spiderman soundtrack. Why? Because both Matt Cameron of Pearl Jam and someone from Theory of a Dead Man contributed to the song. What a headache.
Eww... why would you want to be associated with that song?
Review Number One-Ninety-Nine was supposed to be Mounties. A Canadian indie-rock supergroup of sorts, Mounties (is? are?) my favourite guy Hawksley Workman, Steve Bays from Hot Hot Heat, and Ryan Dahle from Limblifter and Age of Electric.