” what? Nickelback’s alright.”
After years and years of Nickelback bashing, Canadians are lastly standing up for his or her countrymen and defending the rock band’s credibility.
First it was Avril Lavigne shaming media retailers for polls rating Nickelback towards different unpopular issues (Donald Trump, the U.S. congress and others). Now Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has spoken out to assist the band’s deserves.
In an interview with The Day by day Present, correspondent Hasan Minhaj likens the specter of Syrian refugees sneaking throughout the U.S. boarder to deliver ISIS terrorist assaults to the USA as “the best Canadian terrorist risk since September 11, 2001 — the day Nickelback unleashed their breakthrough album Silverside Up on America.” Responding to the assertion, Trudeau replied coolly, ” what? Nickelback’s alright.”
As beforehand reported, on paper at the very least Nickelback is best than — as Trudeau put it — alright. The band from Hanna, Alberta, has 25 No. 1 hits, counting all of Billboard’s U.S. and Canadian music and album charts. On Billboard’s Scorching 100 chart, it has 19 entires, six of which have hit the highest 10 — together with the No. 1 “How You Remind Me,” which topped the 2002 year-end Scorching 100. And it has charted 9 albums on the Billboard 200, six of which have hit the highest 10, together with the 2005 No. 1 All of the Proper Causes.
Nickelback has offered 24 million albums within the U.S., based on Nielsen Music. And in a 2011 story — when the band was defending itself towards haters — the group’s label reported it had then offered greater than 50 million albums worldwide.
If an increasing number of Canadians converse up for Nickelback, will People must discover a new band to make use of as a punching bag?
Watch The Day by day Present clip under, with the Nickelback part at 7:20.