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  5. Yozshujin says:
    Crossing All Over! Nu Rock Ballads: BMG 2: and the song was huge hit everywhere else in the world but it didn't impress me at reggae.taukreeishnwynnirin.infoinfo-rock song and you get bored after few listening Ich sehe Nickelback nicht als Rockband sondern als Radiopop inkl. vieler Gitarren. "How you remind me" war der bisher stärkste Sound.
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Crossing All Over! - Nu Rock Ballads on Discogs. Label: BMG - 2,Ariola - 2,GUN - 2,Supersonic Records (2) - 2 • Series: Crossing All Over!/5(7).
  7. Zulkilkree says:
    Still, it's a letdown to expect one thing and get quite another, as is the case with The Ultimate Rock Ballads Collection. Time Life would have done better to declare this set The Best of Stadium Rock -- or settle on a definition of "ballad" that doesn't equate to "anything with a beat and a tune."6/
  8. Brakus says:
    Here's my personal opinion: you're all a bunch of pussies. "How You Remind Me Of Someday" has its notability verified a secondary source (i.e. the interviewer mentioning it and asking the band member about it). If you think that one single criticism somehow skews this article, then you're terribly insecure.
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