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    for us to finally come together in a way that cannot be undone. (If everyone cared and nobody cried,If everyone loved and nobody lied,If everyone shared and swallowed their pride, Then we’d see the day when nobody died). This song from the band nickelback came across my mind while writing my essay . because this idea of humanity could be the turning point in our society. if only we let free the prejudice and negatives we have today. I feel as it at this point we have grown accustomed into believing

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    In Homecoming by Cynthia Voigt, Dicey, age 13, James, age 10, Maybeth, age 9, and Sammy, age 6, are abandoned by their mother in the middle of Connecticut in a parking lot. They have to find their way to Aunt Cilla’s house because she is their only relative Dicey knows. With very little money and food, the Tillermans walk all the way to Bridgeport to find out that Aunt Cilla is dead and their Cousin Eunice is the only one there. They live with Cousin Eunice for a while, then later travel to their

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    Nickilback Songs

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    Nickelback has built quite a following for their music over the last two decades, releasing eight albums since 1996. Love them or loathe them, they have consistently put out the music they wanted to make. While the band has put out some decent tunes, there is no denying that some of the band’s lyrics tend to be on the strange side. Here are seven examples of Nickelback’s lyrics at their oddest. Number Seven: ‘This Afternoon’ Lyric: “We’ve got weeds in the backyard four feet tall/ Cheech and Chong

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    Commitment is defined as the state or quality of being dedicated to a cause, activity, etc. What about when it comes to marriage? How many couples can you remember recently that have stayed loyal, monogamous, and committed to each other through the good times and the bad? More importantly, who was the last person to write a decent, honest song about the struggles and benefits of being in a loving marriage years into the relationship? Today’s music scene (especially hip-hop and rap), have butchered

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    Belonging has many aspects several of which can be seen in the following texts. The texts “The Crucible” (“TC”) by Arthur Miller, “Rockstar” by Nickelback and “The Pursuit of Happyness” is a movie starring Will Smith display several different aspects of belonging. The concept explored by Arthur Miller in “TC” is the conflict between different groups and the ramifications of belonging to a group. Meanwhile in “Rockstar” the composer explores the concept that people will wish to belong to various

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    I got the electric guitar because I liked the loud guitar and the powerful drums. Another influence was my father because he had hundreds of CD's that we would listen to in the car. When my love for music really kicked in was when I went and saw Nickelback, Breaking Benjamin, and Sick Puppies in concert in Greensboro. Those three bands are modern rock bands that I really enjoy. When the flames came out of the stage and the first guitar riff started, I knew that I was in

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    Over the past 40 years or so, the Juno Award statuette has been through many changes and adaptations. Here’s the journey of the metronome-shaped RPM Gold Leaf awards into the Juno Award of the present-day. 1970-74 The Juno Awards (originally called the RPM Gold Leaf award) was designed by the co-founder of the Juno Awards, Stan Klees. It was an 18 inch award, made of walnut, designed to bear a resemblance to a metronome. 1975 The award was re-created into a larger (23 inch), more acrylic version

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    Rap Vs Rock which is worse? By~ Dazoray Pettigrew Honestly I don't believe rock is all that bad. I have a lot of reasons rock is not as bad as it seems. What people fail to realize is that rock actually helps some people. With me for example I’m a “emo”, “goth”, “punk”, “scene”, “grudge” kind of person and rock helps me with my Depression/ Anxiety. Not all rock music sends a bad message. Now rap sends off a bad message. It depends which bands/ artist you listen to. For example when you're

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    and competitions to win certain things. It also features up and coming artists and has reviews and interview with various artists. Kerrang: This type of publication is aimed at roughly 14-20 year olds as it contains artists such as Sum 41, Nickelback and other such artists. It features all the latest interviews and reviews with various artists and their new releases. It also contains competitions to win certain items. It also has advertisement to advertise various artists' songs. NME:

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    Cruel and Beautiful World – Grouplove The title of the song shines surprisingly clear, though it creates a feeling of being unpleasant and obnoxious for the listeners. The man in this song either feels rejected or disappointed at the world as it seems to be so cruel and also beautiful. Obviously, the world itself always has an equal balance of good and bad and you can never have both. Even though the man got his girl but he feels they are falling apart. The novel, The Great Gatsby, is a tragic

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