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"nickelback" Discussed on Currently On
"We're going to have to have a serious conversation a very serious conversation. But before we can talk about nickelback. Yes and I know it's twenty twenty. I know we're talking about nickelback which even makes it seems. More absurd than this episode already has been okay with the whole whispering at the beginning I know this is already having this feeling that it's absurd but it has to be an absurd episode considering we're talking about nickelback which. Absurd. Right. Okay and twenty twenty. Yes of all the things going. Okay. Okay. Okay. But here here's what we have to do. Before, we can talk about nickelback and twenty. Twenty. We need to go back to nineteen seventy nine. Nineteen seventy-nine. Now when I looked up the date because I couldn't remember the exact date I was somewhat shocked by this. I was like nineteen seventy-nine really that there's no way that's when it was released. But according to what I have in front of me, it was nineteen seventy-nine. Let me tell you why we're going back to nineteen seventy-nine. Okay. WE'RE GONNA go back to Nineteen seventy-nine, and then we'll. We'll jump up time a little bit. And See may the Twenty First Nineteen seventy-nine May the twenty first nine, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine. An album was released. I see what's the album released these see when was the album relieves? Let me give you the exact date for the album. Yeah, okay. The album was released on April the twentieth, nineteen, seventy-nine April. The Twentieth Nineteen, seventy, nine album was released, and here was the title of the album million mile. Reflections. Million Mile Reflections was released on April the twentieth nineteen. Seventy nine. The name of the band, the Charlie Daniels Band. The Charlie Daniels band released their album. It was their tenth Studio Album Million Mile Reflections. Again, it was released on April the Twentieth Nineteen seventy-nine now I when this album was released, in April the Twentieth Nineteen, seventy, nine, again, it was called Million Mile Reflections. I'm going to be honest with you. I didn't know it was released I probably didn't even know I I didn't even know who the Charlie Daniels Band was a nineteen seventy-nine I didn't have a clue. Obviously, wasn't a fan didn't know anything about them didn't know they exist. Then on May the twenty first right. May the twenty first nineteen seventy-nine, they released a single. They're released a single I. think you probably know the name of the song the devil went down to Georgia. They're released a single the devil went down to Georgia on May the Twenty First Nineteen, seventy nine now obviously, the song was already on the. But now was released as a single alright. The Devil went down to Georgia was released as a single on May the twenty first nineteen, seventy, nine now. And April nineteen seventy-nine I didn't know who the Charlie Daniels Band was and. May on May the twenty first nineteen, seventy-nine I still didn't know who the Charlie Daniels Band was. I will say I didn't know who the Charlie Daniels band was for the entire year of one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine I didn't have a clue who they were I.
"nickelback" Discussed on Currently On
"Good morning everyone. Now. We need to be very, very quiet. No, no CH. Don't say anything don't don't say anything at all. Now, if you're listening in a room and there's people around you, you need to turn the volume down. You May WanNa hit pause and go find an empty room somewhere maybe a storage room a closet because trust me you're not going to want anyone to hear what you're listening to. We need to be very quiet. This would be a good time to put on a pair of headphones. And when you put those headphones sign in, went to push them up against your ear so that no one can hear the sound coming out of the headphones. You want this to be a secret. Okay. We've got to keep this quiet. All right. Here's the reason why Sh-. And this episode. Of the currently on podcast. We're GONNA be talking about. Are you sure no one can hear. Are you sure? Are you alone? And this episode? We're GONNA be talking about. NICKELBACK. Sh- nickelback. The band, the band nickelback. Band at. Of that band that if your friends found out right now, you're listening to a podcast talking about nickelback they would mock you would make fun of you so. You can't tell anyone about this episode. Okay. Now, I'm going to speak up. Are you ready? Are you sure you're alone now? Are you sure you've got a pair of headphones on? Okay I'm getting ready to speak up. Here we go. Welcome everyone to the currently on podcast. It is Tuesday August the eighteenth two thousand and twenty. It is currently nine thirty am central time, and now that we have some privacy now that we know that no one is listening to US I can go ahead and say it. Yes. In this episode, I have to talk about the band in the room the. In the room I have to talk about nickelback yes. I didn't really want to Abud I have to there's no way to avoid it. I'm GonNa have to tell you about it. I'm going to have to offer some thoughts. You probably know why I'm turning on the microphone right now talking about nickelback and you. And I know you're thinking me right now because obviously you don't want any of your friends to know you're listening to me talk about nickelback. Okay because. If you tell people that you're listening to nickelback song. If you're tell people, you're listening to a podcast about nickelback, you're going to get made fun of right because nickelback let's let's just be honest there. The band everyone loves day everyone loves to mock them and we talk about all the reasons. Okay. Many of the reasons are very justifiable right? I mean it's hard. It's hard in some cases to defend Well, nickelback let's be honest but and.
"nickelback" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"What unfortunately shark week does stink it does because they haven't had new or interesting content in about twenty years we looking for we'll takes twenty years right for them to get information is year I guess I get sick and tired of seeing the reenactment things like where it's just like they get some fucking stooge and have them swim in the ocean. Then all of a sudden they're. allred like if you're gonNA show some shark attacks shows fucking shark. We're trying to see I wanna see tape short week should just be a entire week of Paul gelder. The Australian you know a couple of months ago who lost his limbs in the shark attack? Yeah. I mean if they did that, it would almost be as if shocked week came Talaat. Displaying. Love Miss the shot gang do but. It's just all the time. Shot John. that. They will ever union street at some point. The bogging. Band together. Talk. What's next. I know we're getting to the bottom barrel is got to be something else. What let us all off. We didn't. We didn't actually explain what? Shows. All about with mixing Gary Okay but nickelback has been to has been tweeting and teasing something anything. What was it? What was it gonNA be at the tweet out the devil went down that Georgia Tomorrow Nations de? So zero is referring to the album art here. It looks like because it is a picture of the devil. Sales boss little. Deep back with nickelback? No this is actually. Featuring Dave Merrington apparent. But. So they just covered the devil George Charlie. Then, though this is album, this isn't Taking back baby. Back Baby. I. Think Midnight Tonight Yeah Yeah, yeah I mean. Here we go. The other songs that I sent the TS I mean it's like the build up our nosy if you can it up as end to the group, but it's like a build up, it's literally like a in. It gets right to the edge of it and then they cut it obviously grave smart guy i. Could play Mars ban in the world pro. Yeah. I probably can't put it actually. Back edging. Sure Jagger overcoming after a man. Let's hope they do it. Right They had a great run. A number one. So the hottest thing going at one point and then everyone was like foxy. And collectively just fuck them on. It goes in a circle. This might be they might be coming back right here. This might be the apple I would love the Syrian and toured with nickelback and creed. fucking puddle of mudd could. Oh. I always forget the song. What's The Dallas. Halftime show who do hire. ME. Don't. A.. Ball. Tonight drinks later. Ads. risque. Come on. Let's go. Research. Got Stabbed. Hey. What's, up hey. Got Love Sex. What did he do? The three piece with Kid Rock was that Would he was famous? Yeah. Yeah. He had a little tour bus incident was kid rock and a and a lady too I think they had a group thing going that's called an orgy. It he also sang the Marlins. Stadium Song in two thousand four. You've.
"nickelback" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Twenty. Not One person's room listening to show buys that the one is. I'm just I'm just telling you how it is I mean yeah. I. Still have my glasses. Yeah. Last night when I got into my fucking sat on my glasses and. That happens. With that being said in, I'll have to get a new pair of glasses right and new pair of reading I'm GonNA treat those mother fuckers so much better because I just broke my last month. Here's the thing about losing something as eventually fuck I'm just kind of forget that lost. You maybe can recollect like a cool memory or two or something like that associated that item and you fucking forget and the best part is that after you realized you lost it how often do you even bother to replace it? Probably, not very especially now, right because we're all adults right like like even now like right like you'd lose shouldn't fuck it replaced immediately. Yeah. Jerry. Lewis a pair like really coffee shorts and you are so mad about it because you're. A couple of Good Jerseys Charles Barkley Sons Jersey like I would get that back Oh i. lost. I lost. None, and I lost it, and then two days a Tatum Jersey I, lost but two days later, I found the Russell Westbrook Blue Jersey. One I love that one too. Yeah Gorgeous Jersey. There's a closet and you haven't looked there yet and it's no no. No. Like I. Lost It. Before I left college I didn't have it like senior year I was just like where the fuck do this Jersey Guy Inhabit next day Oh my God that's a Russell Westbrook Jersey snagged. Diet sweet boombox. That we could plug your ipod into. This was in two thousand nine. State of the art awesome. Fifteen. Yes. It was like an eighty s style boombox sonic and where the take. No. Well, I still have it but I had the original on. College tailgates at one time money lent his truck unlocked in someone's stolen out of the back of his truck. That was one thing I. really enjoyed and I did replace immediately stolen items hurt worse than loss. Oh Oh. Yeah. 'cause also like a few things have been strong but I've lost trillion Volkan different things like getting stuff stolen from us a little more rare than losing them. Brutal. Personal attack. Yes. Ever go GONNA loss of lost my ipod back in the day, and there's an ipod there you take it home. I knew plenty of people who did do I guess I Never Karma got. That the ipod you still have in your. One eight is. All the Bangers from twenty eight, thousand songs. I am that's what I. Call Music Volume. I I love that dot the screen doesn't work. It doesn't charge. But if you Klug it to a car, it somehow works I don't know how goers. Baby next. That's So she'll spot was green here and tie he's. I don't want to do this, but he's kind of looking similar to you in this picture here. That's the nicest. Hey. You're the lucky sky owner. Guy On earth there you go. There you go. I'm kind of out on child care owned everybody. Could care less. Connor does not know team off forever. So he's apparently being considered for the X. men. I think there was talk him being iceman. He. Apparently, become a really big method actor you guys like his whole torso tattooed. Hope for this fucking freezes himself. So. Did you watch that the first half it was very, very good. Unfortunately. All the ranch ran out 'cause we had to go. Yeah but he was the best part of the movie by far but it has been taken some gruff for him being the like the only white guy in the movie and him like grow acting as if he grew up in the projects and like people have been saying all Shyla boss playing this guy like a kid actor who's been riches entire life that's been the kind of the criticisms around a little bit. But he crushed and obviously if marvel's looking at them, they looked at the movie in they're like, yeah, this guy is. What's that movie called The tax collector, and then the two ones from last year that did really well, we're the peanut butter. Falcon and honeymoon. Yes. It was about his life. And his dad or something like his like how yonder acting and he also. I need to watch that too looks really good. He also explained how like when he was a kid with even Stevens and stuff like person out like he wasn't acting like it was just the show was basically just based off of who he was as a person and then they were just going with that from there like he always says, I was just a normal kid in a on. A real kid in unreal situation or something like that. Forget the exact quote but. Honeymoon for sure. So we should definitely watch that because So if you're listening watch honeymoon right now. But iceman hell. Yeah. I love the movies dude I, like I want to expand back to say, does it cool main if not you know I, think people say people are GonNa Complain about the fact that he's not really made of ice when they find out that he's cast as more eight that's shit. Why why is he that? He's never he never grew up in the pre it's acting your. fucking rotate exactly. You're playing a character, its job it's wild. ELP Show is in Cuban. What Shitting me threw me for a loop of I found that up. I told you that the time he was in sanitation. The. The fresh Prince of bel-air is being revived. With air our video creator. Morgan Cooper, and the original series star Will Smith. congrats will found someone else to play him. They made it a drama instead of a comedy. Yeah. So they're just not rebooting fresh belair they're making different JOE and they're just calling. The fresh Prince of bel-air yeah pretty. Much. So the story will start in West, Philadelphia Porn and raised I assume though you I'm sure if it's drama like willing to get the dog shit kicked out of him on the playground exactly dead. Yeah. Purse. Hope. So if they're looking for extras, I will. Note that role saved by the bell is doing a reboot. A serious one. Yeah. They're doing a legitimate also raving all the. 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"nickelback" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0
"Also, three nights like this probably could get up to like twenty thousand dollars night I feel like fucking bring blockbuster back with. Open up a second store in Oregon. Do you get the full archives movies I believe? So yes. I'm pretty sure you're doing. You can pick whatever. Our downfall they just never went digital a net. Let Their Throat Netflix red box with. Samurai swords I remember blockbuster like the red box version I remember that for a while. But. They just never panned that now netflix's Netflix. White them out. Clean know they were trying to compete? So their prices started to go up and did that is the one thing? that. She got a new release from blockbuster whatever Hoesch four, ninety, nine for a night and then read red box came out and. The stress of having to return it on time. Blockbuster just really underestimated the pure laziness of the American people. unlike me where I know that movie theaters will eventually die every watched. Streaming on the couch pretty much the death of blockbuster will do the same even though they're trying to come back we they're coming. AMC. Yeah the showing. Tenant and got. See Tenant for fifteen cents absolutely. I'd probably GONNA show like mighty ducks for fifteen. Would go do yeah and that just goes to show you the price of movie ticket was a scam all along, and it's all about the concession well, supporting the. sporran sports visible business sticks was the breakdown, the move the the the ticket would go to the moving right. Oh. Yeah. Sessions were strictly for the theater. Extra salty things. Support may get your thirsty. Thursday hungry I. I do enjoy a nice slurpy slushy ICU. theater. Boys we all know how important shoe game is, but you know what's even more important. The Mo for sock game, and that's why I started using features. A love features they're the best I mean I'm someone who loses features Nosy. Loves them. I loose socks in the laundry all the time. So I had to order a ton of these honestly probably the best thing that's ever happened to you put a pair features on your face there and you got your mask while we're out in Florida, you had to tie your own socks that you'd wearing around all day wedding humid Florida son around your mouth. Well, that's the thing although that is true. The feature SOx played. Pivotal role.
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"Welcome back everybody thank you for tuning in. Again we've taken a couple weeks off in having recorded. WE'RE GONNA. Get. A little punk nibbles going here for you You know one of our short episodes GonNa be s a little bit. Talk about what's going on and we're going to kick this off with what are you listening? Sorry what are you listening to as an aspiring teacher? I should probably know how to speak correctly. Right So this is Aaron and I'm going to pass over to Mike and say Mike. What you've been listening to lately. Yeah Hey guys what's up? How you guys doing Pretty well, he did ask you a question, but I'm okay with just not answering just ignore the question they ignore the question completely and just see where this takes us. Yeah as someone who wants to be a teacher I should get used to that sort of thing. Yes. I'm just going to say Mike has been listening to Miley Ray Jepson. Because he really likes the way she sings and the fact that she uses words. Mouth Worm. So now we'll kick it over to. Jesse. Jesse what have you been listening to? Yeah. Have you heard of? Mandy Moore. But seriously. We actually have some news about the podcast, not not just what we've been listening to but. We recently joined. A network of podcasts called Pantheon podcasts were like pretty excited to be a part of this group. Pantheon podcasts is a conglomeration of sorts of that have been assembled of many different podcast specifically with the theme of Music, and there's tons of different podcasts that are on this network and we encourage you guys to A. Check out some of those folks that are on the. On the network with us there's quite a few shows on their own. We joined up with them recently and I've started familiarize myself with. A few of the podcasts on there there's a few that like I definitely listen to myself indefinitely enjoy Have you checked out any of those from Pantheon Mike Yeah Yeah I've been listening to some. It's pretty cool. So, what some of our listeners might see is our show will will show up in the Pantheon feet as well, and we kind of encourage you to Not only subscribe to our show so that you get new episodes as it comes out but also if you go the beyond. If you search pantheon on your podcast amp you'll find their feed, which like they put out a bunch of different episodes of a bunch of different shows and something new is on there every day So no matter what style of music you like there's something there that my interest you there's also some really deep kind of like music history shows on there that are like more investigatory kind of stuff. one I've really been enjoying is the show no filler. And maybe we can connect those guys at some point they seem to like some of the same music that we like. And the shows pretty cool because it takes a look at abandoned like maybe is known maybe he's not quite as known but bands that have had like a single that got out. But it goes back to the album from like singles have come out and digs until like one of those tracks between. And Goes Kinda deep until like some lyrics and and maybe over our story arc of full albums been I've been digging that lately they just had an episode of bit ago they had me without you. which I really like me without you and so the anti poetry and the mix genre of all. Of Digging There's there's quite a few that I've checked out at least a handful of episodes for but I mean there's so many podcasts on the network. You can't really listen to every single thing unless you're just listening at two times speed all day long but a couple that that I've already become a fan of there's one called. Make It stop which is called? The title of the subtitle is a bad music podcast where they specifically talking about music that they think is straight up bad and They've had some episodes around even bands that I don't necessarily hate in fact, the first episode ever heard they just bashed on the band creed. That's a band that I don't hate but it was it was still fun to hear them Bash on the bad music. They also feature some other bands like not future, but they talk about Imagine dragons they hit up Maroon five definitely nickel nickelback in all time an all time worse was that's called. Make It stop check out there? Pretty pretty cool over there, and there's just a few others that I've listened to to although make it stop is the most called a muses. A. Dad Bod, rap pod. Those guys are pretty sweet anyways. So, check out some of the other stuff of their pantheon everybody.
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"nickelback" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"These guys and I was the reason I was smiling was because I had little internal monologue. Because there's this one scene in what is this rock and roll all nite video it's. And there's a scene where the the the the camera is is is is on the guys and they're talking, and then it sorta like pans out of the frame. It's just some walking away in a bikini. 'cause from the video. Yeah I'm like. So what you're saying is if we do what you do will get those. Is that always the way? I played this guitar. Of course, that's what the you know. That's why all these women. Her half-naked walking through the video. It's like. This is it? Yeah, the only reason you here Mike. Chicks man all right when you when you guys were starting. Who'd who are some of the bands that took you out on? Tour was started out. Early early, medical big sugar only. Canadian. That was really a like we got a lot of. Cracked, the states exactly and good albums too late. I really thought they were going to I really I really thought that That that they were, they were going to open it up. Yeah, that's one of those things that didn't quite to big big wreck. Played with them a lot, and that's another one that I was like these guys are. Stars and it's GonNa break. You know to quote one of their songs. It's GonNa. Be Blown wide open because they're so good in. You know they're just so good. They formed a supergroup called. Be Sugar Wreck. I heard. Cigarette bats. We will. Look it up, man? Haven't really open for anybody in the longtime. It's been headlining everything yeah! We Roma Bon Jovi that was. It was a great learning. Like the they go to Europe and stuff, and just like stadiums, and it's like it was fantastic. Great Near. They're all super nice to us and great shows, and what's your biggest country outside of the states? Germany's pretty good for us. You case pretty good case Australia. Australia good good. What's the place it's? Got A. Great Worldwide Fan base all across the Yeah I. Mean I wish there were more places to play in Japan. To. Pants Fun, that's probably good. That's good. Relent Trenton. Nice stay topical right. Wreck never been there. Yeah, actually I want to go to rick. Try I'm trying to figure out. Nicely you see. Actually been there. It was like I got a nice place to play. They're actually that'll be the next thing that guys. We another couple of days with nickelback for Fauzi. It's in Greenland. there. WanNa talk. Iceberg. He's still. On trying to figure out what's the big, but we're not. We're not like that band that's like. You know there's a lot of bands a lot of artists that are like yeah I do okay here big in Japan right. We're yeah. I think we're kind of like. A Kid rock did a tour still panther in Australia and kid rock was opening for Bon Jovi and the reason. Why took the GIG was because his girlfriend wanted to go to Australia? Only one hundred grand a show, but my girlfriend wanted to come into Australia, so I never wanted to come to Australia because I can sell it Louisville while the don't want to come in Australia and I thought about it. His mindset is point is I can sell out in states. Why do I want to go? You know twenty hours down the road yet to do the same data, my understanding of of of his sort of Idea of of his career is. DISTINCT TO AMERICA To get them to. Canada's is a stretch right he he has never attempted the rest of the world just because he's. He's got it kind of made. Lamb and I understand yeah I understand what he's thinking. Some people don't WanNa. Go someplace where you need a translator. Order breakfast you know doesn't work for me though into you going around. Law Love My love going around I. Come home and I'm bored when get started. How old were you early twenties? As as the band twenty I was twenty three. Thirty nine. And currently ninety five years. Looking good, don't look a day over seventy. Thank you. That's the thing I've been doing this since I was nineteen whether like you said whether it was being living in Oakland oaks and drive into rim, be or Cochran, or whatever it was. You're still on the tour. I got weekend of shows. It doesn't just go away. You need to stay home more I do. But I still gotta go. Do Shit and see things in play and do stuff right, so it's a weird thing. It's almost like a learned learned thing as opposed like you all. Know that the traveling living. Just yet? You just do it and you and I and luckily. I'm married to somebody who just is like all about that, too. Probably you know if she's a traveler. Yes because different a lot different places, but But Yeah, so it really really worked for us. It's great last for after all these years of playing what your favorite song to play live other people's homes. That's what I was going to be. Out of ours. Fierce simply live. That's a good question. get your settling was one that was on the floor. It's up by row couple shows. And is kind like a bunch of nickel acts. I know all the nickel bucks I know that one and that one and all I forgot about that one that one see. That's a struggle for me. Personally because I I like to play the songs people recognize and stuff, and for surely that's got to happen, because I wouldn't WanNa go to show my favorite band. They play all besides. But I mean and I don't even besides, but we do a lot of lake songs that we used to play. Because when you start as you know, you know with the state. We played all of them. Yes, and source setup. We played almost all of them and so there's a bunch that we hadn't played. We put us on called hangnail back in the set in which I really liked because it's just kind of. you know meat and potatoes rock tune which I really liked playing playing someday and you know A. Burnt grounds always fun for sure for rock song, but gotta be is just like musically I like the the harmonies and stuff I I did. What you Musically I find it hard to choose one. But for the live experience itself. I really enjoy. I have kind of a perception of this. I don't know if it's right or not, but when we play million miles an hour, I really like to play that song a lot because it's it's. It's kind of a heavy metal, so it's. It's a hard drive song, and I get to. It's it's. It's like kind of like being a fight. You know it sounds like what a fight feels like Ed, but what Hap- what we did is we programmed a light show for that song and a video content for that song. That is basically an assault. And I really enjoy watching the confusion in the audience because they're just like Oh God what's happening to me like. When we first started playing it. I remember Chad, right. Where like the people they just they just stand there, not that into it and I'm like. No, they're under attack. They don't know what to do. You know because we if you can check. I'm always Masuda visually. Literally all Hell's breaking loose and we're not even using pyro right now, but it is. It's worthy World Shit. You know. I like I like that a lot. That's killer man I'm GonNa Watch show from the side stage tonight if he has yet to pass. I'll talk to a guy. Maybe. Back when you're done though. wrestled. Photocopy I can bring anybody. You want dudes. Thanks get..
"nickelback" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Well right now was rolled. Break all the rules now here. Is there anything I can't say like well? You just did so therefore you call the shots fan done John this is your show. Just at rolling around on the Mat with Gracie. So you can say whatever the hell you all right man, or what am I going to say no. I show. Cursing cursing. Swear. Canadian thing I think more than do believe Mike and Ryan from nickelback here and gracious to have US play a couple of shows. and. It's so funny. It's like a two show tour. The first half was awesome. I three, the second half is. That we know each other. Roof yeah, so so we had a day off yesterday. And you mentioned a lot of city now, but you went to to to New York touching train with the train with Hanzel Gracie's Academy with him, and you know you've done plenty of training yourself and I told these guys the amazing moment. The you get on the Mat was somebody who is the top of their game. And you are at the bottom of said the game, right? I get on the Mat. Get all suited up and I get on the Mat with with Enzo and we sit down and he says okay. What would you like to learn just like? Kidding right? I. This is gonna be only learning and to be honest. Within half an hour, my brain was so full we just had to drill the stuff that he taught me and stop. Because I couldn't take you know what you know. What happens like he? There's only so much you can really translate into well. Toilet job a C.. You train like this. Often try to train as much as I can. Yeah, so how do. Do you get in touch with with Gracie and say hey. I'm Mike from nickelback. I'm in town or do you know this guy? Or I knew him from before we, we have a few mutual friends. And I trained with his with his family. You know I trained with the Machado family in in Los Angeles and there the cousins of grace. Okay so I I know them that way, but I met Hensel. Abu, Dhabi I think it was because we had a security guy who's a friend of his, just like the best part of all I would argue that we But I thought it was going like timeframe by. You're actually talking about a place, yeah! Behind timeframe I have no idea. The Place I. Think it was Abu Dhabi, but it might have been somewhere else, but this is a cool thing. I like about other guys against that have been traveling most people like Dhabi. Where's that and I'm like? Okay? I know I would Dhabi listed the poorest museum with Lamborghini Museum there or something like that like you guys have traveled quite a bit worldwide over the last fifteen years, so even Abu Dhabi once th- rock and roll of nickelback their. F One a little while ago and By the Friday museum, you're. We played that F one race. That was incredible. You live, you live the traveling life you know. But that's the thing and we just take it for granted because it because people think th the the shows are always fun, but it's the travel part this we get paid for. That's the hard part Absolutely it's cool to see these the limited glimpses of these cultures that we get. We typically get to see only the good parts. Which is nice? I appreciate that you know all the all the horrible you know. All the horrible parts of these places get combed out and we see the good. When we did Abu Dhabi WBZ's show. The girls were still wearing the burqas. Sort of thing, so it's so funny to see them. I remember went to the re. This guy called our truth. He's like a rap guy. Because what's happening, people put their hands in the air and you see the girls with the burqas with is showing like raising the roof. Culture shock of that. You know what you know the debate of that aside which I think it's Kinda. Yeah, it's been. It's been laid out lately Buzzer. I always found that was the that was the cool part of actually going over there and see people from different cultures actually yeah having fun getting. Fast. There's another part to this that I. personally experienced when I was over, there was I had heard the stories about the you know. Women aren't allowed to drive. And they gotta be fully covered in the burqas and shit like that and then I went to that. What's that mall called that great big? Mall and Dubai who by I can't next the bridge do live mall maybe. By Yeah I went there and I was expecting to see you know this, and at the Mall I was walking down the one of the corridors in the mall and I saw a woman wherein a bikini in the mall and I was like. That there's an exactly burqa on that one. Anything. To add or something like that, it was a person or a legit human. You Watch because we did Saudi Arabia and that was s even worse than do by Saudi can't drink and Saudi. Arabia and women aren't allowed at the shows, but I saw a couple women. They're kind of like our with our tour group like the promoters of ever very beautiful faces with like heavy makeup like models, and I said well. How come you guys can have? This makeup and other girls can't show the faces. It was something to do with like some kind of a different religion something. Maybe this religion and Dubai allows you to Bikini I. Mean they're just I. Think things are just opening up Ben so Utah going. What are some of the other countries have been to that kind of off the beaten path. Oh Maybe not totally off Lithuania thirty. That's becoming not so up to beaten path anymore now. He's saying totally different gays. Yeah, we did like Singapore first time, which is really really great, Russia Russia, of course Russia gigs. A huge rock all. Three days grace did like a three week tour of Russia. Are you going in Russia? For three weeks turns out. There's a lot to it. In. Turn out in droves for you. They love it man. Yeah, we did. Yeah we did Lithuanian, but it's. Danica was first time selloff beaten pats much like I said, but it's like for countries that you wouldn't expect. Yeah well. We had never been there before. We've done Helsinki numerous times Finland. The water think about where we come out like. Where we come from, and then and then frame that like owner we come from and say oh. Yeah, we'll Helsinki. Course. That's. He's. Talking Bruce Dickinson. He's like we've done that ten thousand times. I mean. But like you said those guys. I. Say we say Drum Heller because that's what I was always told, but it's not quite drum. However you guys are from. Europe to the east. Our hometown is about forty minutes county. Which hotel called Hannah Okay so in Albert I trained grew up in Winnipeg, but I trained for wrestling in Calgary. So my first kind of year of shows of the little independent one so I was doing the drum hellers in the rim be and the. Brooks. My first master's in Panova Oh wholesome total. Like the total. BERTA small towns, but once again. It was that Rodeo towns Rodeo towns exact around prairie in these type of places? How would you guys come from Hanna? Start this band end up playing in frigging Abu Dhabi and Helsinki crazy brightly. Give us a little bit of background. It still blows me away that I'm even going to New York 'cause. Because quickly, just you know to slash when every place because you guys. I'm sure you've played. Slash no slash. He's a huge dinosaur fanatic, so whatever guns and roses or slash, and the conspirators play Edmonton or Calgary. He goes to drum Heller to go to the museums there because it's like dinosaur museum still fantastic. Fossils found in this area. Right I. See I. I lived in I met these guys like when I was in grade eight enhance when I moved. I was I used to live in brookes whether this. Great here's. Eighth Grade I still know what a freshman seniors yeah. had. A real thing. Actually, grew up in the valley from a small small tiny town called Dorothy. If you ever see Tom Cochran, video life is a highway on the summer. Follow fields and down by the church with these two weird sisters..
"nickelback" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Right now on the mainstream rock charts. This is the second song that we've released this guy. Even more of a buzz that no, no, no did the inclusion of Reuss. Kulich joining us so here it is. Once again the second single from quarantine. That's hard, chrome right here. Talk his journey. Trust. Young Y'all. The new single from quarantine heart of chrome with Bruce Kulich on Guitar It's out now. You can get an itunes Amazon spotify wherever you get your music, you can of course. Check the video on Youtube as well. Where else went else? But in a pandemic you start a eighties non makeup kiss cover band with the tar player from Kiss. That's what we're doing with quarantine and what we're doing every Saturday night. Great segues Sunday special on Youtube live and facebook live. With me. Yes hanging out with all of us. Get Your questions and answers ready and your drinks in your sing along song ideas. As, we're back live tomorrow night Saturday night once again on facebook live and on my Youtube Channel at nine PM. Eastern civil see you then do nickelback sing along because today. It's apropos because I've got. Chad Kroeger and his brother and bassist Mike, Kroger and Guitarist Ryan peak here from nickelback and let me remind you about a couple of anything. Nickelback sold over fifty million records thing about that. They sold out. Madison Square Garden they've been nominated for six grammys including album of the year, and they rank as the second best selling foreign act of the two thousand states behind only the Beatles think about that forbid. They've dealt with over the years rules with their incredible success. You'll find out how and why they signed in one thousand nine hundred was roadrunner records. which at the time was known as an extreme metal label, they had king diamond and slipknot on the label and the job that Mike ad that inspired their band name. I guess some crazy road stories. This was taped back stage. When Fauzi. NICKELBACK toured last last year, so it's been. It's been in the camp for a while as we but. We had a great time with nickelback. They're great guys. Of course. The Great Canadian and they've got some great stories for all of you in the pandemic is over, and we can go see shows again. You got to go see nickelback. They put on an amazing show. It's so much fun to with them. I think they're supposed to tour with Sammy. Hagar this year or something like that their party band, they're great rock and roll band, and we're starting with nickelback and Chad Kroeger. Tell us some stories. The brothers timeout dime bag. Darrell and Vinnie Paul from Pantera. Both of them are gone both them were close friends of Chad Kroeger. NICKELBACK and they love Chad Chazan. Tell us some stories about the brothers and high met them starting now on Talk Jericho, Chad Kroeger.
Small America Vs. Big Internet
"When we met grant goings a few months ago he was holding a copy of the local newspaper and he was so proud of the story on the front page. It was about this new kind of municipal uber system in his town. So for like a Buck Fifty. You can call come pick you up. Take you to where you're going. We're super excited. Grandpa is a total wonderful civics nerd and for the past fifteen years. He's been the city manager of Wilson North Carolina. The city of Wilson has a population of about fifty thousand people. It's downtown is full of these giant old brick warehouses that used to be filled with tobacco. But now there's a microbrewery barbecue restaurants. This city has managed to transform itself into a manufacturing town they attracted bridgestone tyres and Merck pharmaceuticals but they were starting to worry about keeping those businesses because by the time grant got to Wilson in the mid two thousands. The city had a problem. It's Internet. They're hearing from businesses that the Internet not so great and maybe worse they were also hearing from the little league parents facilities would go down frequently and so someone will be halfway through registry the kid there would be some type of breaking service. They'd have to start. All over again. Crashed Little League registration in two thousand and five. I mean come on in other parts of the country. People were discovering nickelback online. Wire with no problem. The Internet could be so much better so grand goings called a meeting with the local Internet provider. Time Warner Cable and the local telephone company and then we sat down and we basically had a few Ask so number one was. We asked them to heavily. Invest in upgrading. The system we. We'd sort of felt like we knew that answer no interest. Yeah the answer was no time Warner cable. Now Charter didn't agree to an interview for this story but you can understand their answer. They're like. Why would the existing company invest a ton of money? Just to wind up with the same customers. They already have. It's a questionable business decision at best. But that's okay no problem. Gran had prepared option number to partner with us. What if Wilson pays to build the top of the line Internet infrastructure fiber optic cables? Then Time Warner could offer their service over these super fast lines town had built. The answer to that question was where the second largest cable provider in the country. Why would we partner with you? Which only left option number three? The city would do it alone. Grant told Time Warner fine. We'RE GOING TO BUILD. And run our own fiber optic network and that's when the laughing started and they very quickly exited after that they literally laughed at you in your office absolutely. Yes and have admitted that did that like light. A fire for you did for me. That's the day that you said it's on it's hello and welcome to planet money. Kenny Malone and I'm Wilson Fair no relation to the city of Wilson and not only would time Warner cable laugh in the city of Wilson's face. They would actively fight to stop the city from building. Faster Internet it is a fight that has now spread to dozens of other states. We started reporting the story before the pandemic. But it's more relevant than ever because this is a big part of the reason that it's very hard to move to little towns around the country and make a living working remotely
"nickelback" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"A convention I don't hate that song comes on in the car I had I just got there your your Russian but hold on a second I'm getting here if you don't get pumped up by the chorus of the song that I I'm not sure if you're human you can say what you want about Nickelback which is fun to play the whole song no I used the number one song actuation songs of all time a couple weird choices.
"nickelback" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks
"Oh Canada Oh Canada Zaleh goes. I actually don't know I don't know the fucking song by what I hate that when we have spent a decent amount of time here and I just find myself getting more frustrated as this goes on. It seems like the moral of the story might be if you're doing something that you know is good and you know that other people no it's good and the system won't let you in maybe bet on yourself and fuck the system and fuck the world if you do something that's good enough. They'll come to you. I guess that's the moral of the story that seems to be the moral of the nickelback story. This sounds like a band aid got turned down every door. They knocked on decided to just do it themselves and it works. That's what this sounds like. It's in me. Maybe you should do it. Nickelback did when every door slams in your face eventually just got to build your own house eventually got. Zip Your pants take your dick out. Which by the way I will say that's been the most uncomfortable thing about doing video for this episode. Normally we record the show without pants. It's much more non restricting shit. The last three times it goes fully naked restrictive. Yeah yeah well. It'd be an adjustment for us but I think we used to it. I guess we could try if people like this video. If you do like this video again smash what do they say on? Youtube subscribed smashed the like button. That slant you gotta like those little thumbs up you gotta hit with a so you turn it blue. Yeah I cannot wait to see how shitty this look. There's no there's no way this looks look. Everyone thinks that were like rich and famous. Like you rich and famous look. We're rich and famous ruby. At like you know I don't know where do they wherever they record the news or something or maybe we get. Lowe's to sponsor this podcast. We'll go post up on a couch in there. Something that be sick. No no no some furniture storerooms to go rooms to sponsor this podcast will set up in their a different. Living Room said each time every time they don't give a fuck about music no they don't care what we're saying. Actually I think rooms that going to be a great idea. It'd be a really good sponsor. I I need to start writing these down. We should have a wishlist of sponsor. It's almost like we should record it so he could keep a record of it Addo so so you know. Normally the summation is if your favorite band is nickelback. Your favorite band socks. Guess Guess I don't know if they do though I don't even know it's confused. Nfl kind of feel like maybe they don't favorably on Fox. I guess I don't know that that's what it is. Your favorite fairbanks nickelback.
"nickelback" Discussed on Your Favorite Band Sucks
"Though yes that's the thing we'll also real quick side note. You know any bad Canadians. I mean only the ones in band rush. Yeah horrible up rush. This is honestly one of my favorite things about nickelback. Though is that the guy does not seeing with a discernible Canadian accent. I know that bans can't help it if they're from another country but they don't have to throw it in our face. You know like in the seventies bands from overseas and with such strong accents that even American band started faking British accents when they wanted to seem. Cool Dude from rancid is still faking a British accents. An embarrassing this is I. don't even. How would they sing it if he did? Sing it like a Canadian. How do I think he probably thought about that for ten minutes and realized it wouldn't matter because no one would wanNA listen to honestly the interviews that I've seen with him. He doesn't even sound Canadian. I mean I wouldn't even know that he's Canadian other the fact that he seems like a really Nice Guy. I don't know it seems totally normal to me. They sold it. Certified a million units. The single sold a million copies a lot. The single that's Insane. Yeah. Most people nowadays can't even sell a million albums. Let alone a million singles and you want to know what the wildest thing about that is. Go back and listen to our episodes from all the other bands in this time and listen to all of the gimmicks that we talk about these bands doing for attention the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Coming out with socks on their dicks. That's the generation before but that shit just carried straight into the nineties. Everyone was still doing publicity. Stunts CRAZY STUFF. Like airing out. Their personal lives getting in fights with each other or whatever. This ban didn't do any of that bullshit to drum up. Pr All they did. Is They just put out the music? There was no feuding no drama the headlines. They barely even interviews the band. Kinda seems like they Canada's go out and play shows and rock songs put albums out and then. Just let whatever's going to happen happens and this is what happens. They become the biggest rock band on the planet. The song comes out in one thousand nine years later in two thousand and twenty twenty one recording this people still listen to it and people still like it. I I happen to know the words did. I sit down and learn the words. No you know the words to every nickelback song without doing that. I know that's the thing I listened the nickelback greatest hits. I happen to know a lot of the words. And it's not like this. Is the only song this band ever hit with? And we're GONNA spend talk about it. Guys released nothing but platinum albums for over a decade. All the right reasons two thousand five album. That went diamond. Does anyone listening to this. Even have a concept of what that means. I don't think they do. There are only about one hundred albums that ever went diamond. That's ten million albums. Sold ten million albums. Not a lot of people have done that. No I think that people who talk shit on nickelback to be cool are the same people who would talk. Shit on creedence clearwater in the sixties or ACDC in the seventies or some band that comes all the way out of nowhere. You're doing something that's associational. And yet they take over the airwaves. They dominate radio for years at a time. So what's interesting to me? Though is one of the most common things that people say in our wonderful youtube comments and emails and every other way people reach out to us to tell us that we're pieces of shit got to be one of the most common arguments is if the band was really that bad. Would they have sold x number of albums if it's a popularity contest if that's all music is which a lot of people say it is? Nickelback is on the top of the fucking heap. They're winning the game. It is such a jarring experience to live in a world where I know if I go walk around outside and nickelback happens to come up in conversation or it's playing somewhere. I know that I'm going to hear some one if not most of the people wherever I am make a joke about it or laugh about it in some way however I go home. Get ON MY COMPUTER. Search nickelback album sales on the Internet What the fuck is going on here? This is like everyone who says that. They don't masturbate. Yes jerk off. No no the I'd never done for no. It doesn't even sound good to me. No I wouldn't want to know I wouldn't know buddy. I am listening to the Beatles so much anytime I want to. I'm listening to the Beatles. Really got to go to a bar. Yeah why would I listen to nickelback? Pub? And I'll be listening fucking Beatles. Great a beetlejuice sitting right there. We're to take me home boom. I don't even need a jerk off because in case we haven't made it clear what happened here. Is everyone like this band. This band came out of nowhere and everyone loved it. Nickelback is like death by popularity. Yes what it is absolutely. It's like it's so popular that it's like really cool to hate on it. Pressure like all the nickelback book band. I just own all their albums and singles and know every word but you know there to popular now. There are so many copies of nickelback albums thrown away across various formats by people who only through them away because they were made to feel bad by someone making fun of their taste in music. It's pretty cheap to mean thing to do to really means to do. It's really it's really mean to like like legitimately like make fun of someone for their music tastes. You would think that in the year. Twenty twenty we. We'd be passed. That could just let people enjoy the things that they enjoy. Yeah I want to say is if you WANNA go to the US CD store in your town right now and you. WanNa make up for lost time. Maybe it's worth picking up a nickelback record because you know they're going to be a lot of them they're they're cheap cheap. It's GonNa cost you a buck dude or go on Ebay and drive down nostalgia lane but the CD in your car. Sing every word break up with your boyfriend or girlfriend because they're going to be making fun of you find a new group of friends at nickelback concert. That's coming up boom all new life. The person that was you in the early two thousands that you let go of because so many your friends said I can't believe you. Beware that nickelback shirt. You can be that person again. Y'All bought.
Bands People Hate That Are Crazy Successful: Nickelback
"Bans. That are crazy successful. And let's start with nickelback really one of the most accessible bands of all time how the Let's see here under ten. Nickel bag sold over fifty million albums. Okay they rank as the second best selling international act in the two thousands. Who Do you think behind the Second Best International Act of the two thousand? The only by one act I I. I know who. You're GONNA say thousands. Yeah one-two-three radiohead the Beatles. Oh more than two more than really had more than is this factual I look at my. He confirms through nearly a decade pop up. Culture has been incredibly cruel to nickelback. I've always been a lover of them more so than I think I would be because of all the hate on them like I would just kind of sit at six point five normally because they have songs we know unlike but because everybody hates him mechanical bad for them so I put them at like a seven point three because of that. Sometimes I think we get. Tricked me liking something. What do you mean? The songs are good. Sometimes I think that they're just on the radio so much that we're like all right whatever it has like uses uses. IRA's all right. It's not a bad song but if you heard that once I think ninety percent of the people that heard that once we're like this I don't think so I think a lot of songs only heard wants back. The other are lot. Yeah human number ones so many number ones. How many do we need to look at the Louisville eight nine ten eleven all right? They even had songs on super soundtracks Spiderman. I remember that one so you just want to be a hater because no croakers Kroger's hair. Yeah you I don't understand the hate like. Tell me why you're hater. I just at the time that came out to me that was was like it's easy music. Sometimes it's just like everybody doing it if it's so it's like Sam Nunn backward people go that song so easy to then. Why don't oh you write it? I think no. I don't think I can right but I think that most people don't try to do that because they don't want to get stuck doing that like our is easy music like like where where are where's the nickelback. Now there's longevity and nickelback there's no longevity and almost any of those bands the two thousands or any decade the longevity fifty million albums nickelback nickelback does a tour. Again they sell out. Yes touring this area. They do. I don't know they don't know where my mind is with them. Just like because you've been tainted by the media. No I love the media. I'm not a listen to people. Say otherwise they would just go away and they didn't care for at the time but why are are they. The most despised man as it became a thing it became like its cool to hate nickelback and I probably would to experiment hating on them to defend them. Yeah all right They won't even do interviews because they know half the questions to be about everybody hitting them. Imagine that was that'd be terrible. They still sell out of God's our tickets and we'll probably still be laughing ten years from now because of all their money billionaire. Yeah Right. Yeah
Nickelback Confirm 'All The Right Reasons' 15th Anniversary Tour
"It's been fifteen years since the Nickelback album all the right reasons hit number one and landed five top twenty singles on the Billboard hot one hundred so the band is hitting the road this summer performing the entire album on it all the right reasons tour Stone Temple Pilots join nickel back on the tour which launches June nineteenth in Raleigh North Carolina in Hollywood I'm
Rodney Clawson : The Accidental Song Writer
Rodney Clawson Is an Accidental Song Writer
"We have a wall on the screen Ronnie that we put everybody songs on it we couldn't all your songs you have so many number one song yeah well I mean I know there's people out there that have a lot more than me but I don't know arrivers five hanging and see what they say that's what my asthma therapist asked me do she gets just say thank you I'm shocked when I see it too so I'm like L. and by because each song the worth of it we have estimated you're worth a billion dollars are you say over or under a billion I would say well well under well over got it that means Ashley Gorrell to billions of where you are in the get off this but you are in the elite sorry we all we have something we call the elite three artists that have the most number ones that have on the podcast and you're part of that and there was a room we'd all clap and probably give you a standing ovation uh-huh and there's not a trophy but we'll mail one to you okay and may never come to you but trust us we've been wh what is the trophy we don't know yet we haven't actually invented that we just say it we'd never send it out something to hold your bed it's a belt it's a it's a championship you'll be receiving it in the mail just watch for it so what's interests about your story is you actually were writing songs and they were having a bit of success before you've moved to Nashville right yeah so you were in in Texas up in the panhandle got out of college and farmed with my dad for fifteen years and had some connections here in Nashville started Started writing songs had three or four Three or four hits before I moved out here in two thousand five so I got a I got a publishing deal in two thousand and went back back and forth for five or six years my dad retired and moved out here full Tom so you've got a publishing deal without living here right which which at least oh no by then but now that's pretty rare because part of the publishing don't sign you as they want to set you up on rights all the time and if they're setting up on it nobody was part of that they wanted you to write not only in town but to pay you to keep writing at home too yeah I mean I would come to town one week a month and I would have have you know half written stuff ratified things about myself and you know hey here here's a verse and of course you know you lock it or not and I wrote a few few hits like that you know so you were farming either fifteen years yeah he finished school kind of farm corn leads bean's big center pip sprinklers you know in the Texas panhandle where it rains like fifteen inches a year so it's almost desert so you're living the country saw right yeah I mean out of school you live the adult country song right yeah and what is your drive in the tractor listening to the country songs things that now we're trying not try to plug in like well the guy on the tractor which the guy on the tractors not maybe the core audience anymore the back when I started it was I think the as you were writing songs while living on the farm and you're working what's your what's your dad think about me we the ambition that you had to be a songwriter what's funny is my family mom and dad aren't musical at all so they were supportive but I I don't know if they even understood what I was trying to do which I mean I after I had had a publishing deal in had several hit songs I would come back home I would come to Nashville and riot and come back home and my they would say like you sell Nissan's this week but he explained the business him so many times I to this day I don't know if they still understand what do they do know that my song played on the radio and you grew up what what town would you be closest to I I grew up five miles west of groover Texas okay and you'll hit Amarillo and go ninety miles north so I know pretty well we just play Amarillo care the thing about Amarillo that's the part of Texas that gets Snow Right Yeah Oh yeah and it's about the only part of Texas that really get snow yeah we we've had some big snows so you guys got seasons in Texas Oh yeah so you finish school you're you're working on the farm writing songs are you I'm just trying to understand what that was like are you carrying a guitar as through the day like this down time I would I would maybe on the tractor I would get an odd in my head and I mean it's it's so different than what I do now because like we'll go you know you go and you meet a couple of buddies somebody has an idea you try to write the song one day we'll I had like weeks to work on an idea like driving a tractor you know but would mainly you know put stuff down with guitar like go home at night ten o'clock at night going with guitar and try right like that too for a couple of hours that guitar just the music come from if your parents weren't musical that that influence was day Well I mean I was in I played piano growing up and I was in band choir and I learned how to play Guitar probably I think about it guitar when I was maybe twenty years old also a letter or yeah I mean I didn't try to wrap my first song till I was I think like twenty eight maybe it wasn't like for like most people like four and I saw well my I had this is kind of a weird story that I I don't like to share it with people get it just sounds weird but I had a friend of mine who left Gruber Texas and came out here to Nashville and went to Belmont and got in the publishing world here and she randomly called me hadn't talked here in two or three years randomly called me one night and said hey you're songwriter and you don't know
Trump's Nickelback video pulled after copyright complaint
"Twitter has removed a post from president trump that featured an edited Nickelback video that took game at former vice president Joe Bob Biden. the post was removed because of a copyright complaint it featured a doctored the version of the band's two thousand five video for
Trump's Nickelback video pulled after copyright complaint
"Twitter and you two have removed a tweet from president trump that featured an edited nickel back music video clip the tech game at former vice president Joe Biden the post was removed because of a copyright complaint it featured a doctored a version of the band two thousand five music video photograph showed it showing a singer Chad Kroeger holding a photo of bite in his son a Ukrainian gas executive and
Ravens, Robert Alford And Arizona discussed on The Jim Rome Show
"Ravens Nickelback table young expected to miss the entire season with a neck injury Robert Alford of Arizona suffered a tibia fracture it's going to cost him a significant amount of time as
Video games went from virtual currency to real money, and it changed the business
"Video game makers want you to pay and then keep on paying from American public media? This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy, I'm Ali would. This week is e- three the huge video game trade show and people spend something like one hundred and thirty eight billion dollars on games in two thousand eighteen according to various research, and the game industry has been growing, in double digits for a decade, which is almost unheard of part of the reason is way more people playing games. Mostly, thanks to mobile gaming, but also people spend a lot more money in games on virtual currencies and virtual goods like digital outfits called skins upgrades, or accessories v lay Donna verte is an economic sociologist, at the Oxford internet institute. He studies digital economy for a long time games, had their own complex economies that were entirely virtual. And then a big shift happened, then we had in the ninety s the first massively multiplayer online role playing games that gave rise to players trading virtual goods inside the game for real money. So he could buy. By a virtual Kozel for something like a thousand dollars. And now, we are in a situation where this sort of a virtual item is obviously, a very major source of revenues and conversely, we're moving away from the more complex player to player virtual Konomi. It's not without controversy though. Right. Yes. So there was controversy around pay to win. Which means if you're used to the idea that after you've paid for entry into the game, then everyone plays an equal merits than this idea that you could pay to get some kind of an advantage in the game was obviously very controversial. Because now suddenly, you have real world, economic inequality seeping into this game economy, which was meant to be a sort of escape. Right. A lot of the incentives now around these sort of. The basic economic decisions by this, and you will look or have a lot to do with status. Yes. I think that's absolutely accurate. So originally in the early noughties when people started paying money for virtual items clothes for virtual characters and whatnot. There were a lot of people wondering why would anyone pay real money for something as useless as that? And then we studied that topic, and we found that people spent real money in virtual items for the very same reasons, stay spend real money on any items know branded handbags and whatnot. They are symbols and markers that are used in showing status, but also membership of a particular group or community or subculture or, or drawing a distinction to other people, and these are the main drivers of consumer behavior weather in the virtual economy are outside of it right now. To become an insult in the fortnight world to refer to swell in, in the real world also to refer to someone as a default. Poso although little norm. Core has has been fashion. Trends could be a statement in itself. Reclaim your digital identity by saying, I'm not default. I'm norm core. That's amazing. Is I hope that that happens? Is it a little disappointing? I mean maybe showing my age, but it, it, it does feel like kind of a bummer that, that those of us who grew up in those early days of, you know, like you mentioned eve, online, or, or these, just like incredibly complex, digital economies that were so beautifully constructed and well thought out, it's like Lord of the rings versus you Nickelback or something. It just feels a little it feels a little disappointing that the, the economics are so simplistic now so blunt force. Well, the number of people playing games playing digital game. So has increased. So those more complex and evolved virtual economies haven't really gone anywhere, you know, they're still there. They're just for certain audiences. And then you have a big. Bigger audiences that are enjoying experiences that are more accessible for people who don't necessarily have so much, for instance time to invest into grappling with a complex virtual economy. So in that sense, I'm not disappointed. The potentially positive thing about this whole trend around spending more money on virtual goods in virtual currencies. Is that the environmental impact of virtual consumption could potentially be very low? You can purchase new items and discard your old virtual boots or whatnot, and you're not increasing your carbon footprint in any way. The only thing is, if you if we keep upgrading our hardware at the pace, we're upgrading obviously that has a big carbon footprint, but the game content and self, you can spend any amount of money on game content without necessarily increasing your carbon footprint than I think that's quite interesting. So the. More virtual, we can turn our economy in that sense. The more we can potentially decouple consumption from environmental impacts be left on a versa, is an economic sociology at the Oxford internet institute, now, generally speaking gamers are fine within game micro transactions when the game is free or cheap and the purchases are mostly cosmetic but research shows most people don't want to have to pay to win.
Predictions for the Iron Bowl - Alabama vs Auburn
"Look at a couple of other games. This may not take long the iron bowl Alabama certainly with Georgia next week. What does auburn's path victory? Well, I I guess the only thing I can think of is I've looked at some things this week early in the week is I'm falling in love with his Alabama defense. And I think what tasha poi- has done with a brand new secondary. And losing so many great leaders from a year ago. They have come a long way from Louisville to where they are getting ready for the iron bowl, obviously those game raps and just an understanding of their sign mints with their there. When you face Gus malzahn, uptempo offense, if they're able to get some first downs, and you've witnessed this and they're able to create a rhythm. They're able to kind of get you on your heels and with all the jet sweep motion pre snap movement. They can affect your eyes, and they can affect the and all of a sudden you bust in assignment, which has been somewhat of an issue with this this Bama defense this year you bust in assignment. And next thing. You know, you got to you got an H back. That's live out. Nobody saw him play action fake the jet sweep and there's a guy out in the flat. Nobody picked up and they dump it to him and he picks up twenty five yards. It's gonna take moments like that for all. I think to get traction. They're gonna stems going to have to have time. But they're gonna have to come up with fooling Alabama, kind of smoking Miers lot of tempo. A lot of distractions with the pre snap movement and hope that affects the communication about Obama. And that they they've bussed coverage three or four times when they do they gotta make big plays. And they got a score on that that that that to me is the only way I can envision them staying in this football game. The other thing is I think Alabama's been dealing with some guys that have been dinged up at receiver. They, of course with two and Jalen I think now they're starting to get healthy. And I think that offense that that used to be like a video game until the Mississippi State and LSU game. I think that Auburn is going to be very. Challenged when when Bama gets into their four wide receivers said Georgia punished Auburn on those nickel Bax safeties trying to cover those inside receivers would not surprise me at all to see to try to make that same thing happen attack. The man the man that all plays by going after the linebackers and going after those Nickelback so bam is going to win the game. But Gus malzahn, man, he saves a few wrinkles for this game. And I wouldn't be surprised if if they get a few busted coverages and make a few big plays in the past game.
"nickelback" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Oh man but did they ask nickelback that actual band does nickelback suck or is it just cool or mandatory to say that you don't like them they suck i don't have any opinion on nickelback that's hot but i i don't i if they are on the radio or one of my kids would play a song i i wouldn't go turn that on what what is the famous nickelback song all right no it's okay blind man six out of sense of it feels like we've we've heard that type of music before guessing didn't creed do this you sure this isn't creed by the way this but what is nickelback just the new creed where we would hate creed but this sounds like i'm guessing an aerial video where somebody standing on the mount with their shirt off their arms wide open or something creed with arms wide open nineteen ninety nine this nickelback song two years later now okay imitators sampling perhaps i'm not i don't have any real pinion on nickelback coming up five after the hour nickelback ninety six oh creed scottsdale hitter here school i think we had him on in san francisco yes he was doing the anthem at the world series actually is that right he may have turned us down do you want the story yeah sure we were in san francisco at the world series wait is this creed or is this you don't know do you wanna live this nickelback.
"nickelback" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Man essentially okay also lot of big business decisions that are made on less than that oh absolutely in lots of different business again that goes back to methodology how are they choosing people as well like were there respondents chosen randomly or did they opt in in a survey because people who would opt in skews the results because they actively want they have an opinion on this thing so if you're asking about immigration reform for example and it's eight often poll the only people are going to opt in or the people who actually care about that issue you're not getting a real representative sample of the greater public right yeah laughing because also makes a point that you made last week but i feel like if i bring it up it's making a point against you and some sort of way okay what's that that when people are pulled they say they hate nickelback people are total site story by the way yeah i've had trouble sleeping for years and sometimes i just have to get up in the night right ed so i needed to take my mind off things hope you're done with that story yeah well you also who paid for the poll what does the sampling aaron he's actually surveyed those are basically things to look out whenever you look at any type of public opinion survey all right go ahead tell me about nickelback okay favorite band in the world it's not i don't even like nickelback but now all of a sudden i because we talked about nickelback last week i'm like i need to take my mind off things so i go to the dvr and i see sammy hagar rock and roll road trip i have that dvr every week there was a new episode it's with the nick with check from nickelback and so i watch.
"nickelback" Discussed on The Starters
"This was the instruments yeah because there's less wagon is banned dr dre is i think he's the best hip hop producer ever be one of the best producers i mean and i think more i mean people ask me would you but are sorry what's so he's he's properties he's acts producer as as an artist a recording artist or of so what are you saying a producer recording are devoting a lot of people would say is wrapping is not the greatest while i'm this is producing producing as a producer okay i guess i don't get the top of my ring cycle artists yeah okay is he not a musical artist what you're saying as a producer foot go that i love musical that he's our next you could throw in steve lowly widen daniel land but i'm not going to okay rafter agree this is where office this is why we do this ira the next appropriately raided band is clinton the guy's nickelback they stink everybody think liz is that not everybody they're they're the donald trump of bans they the sink to the lowest common denominator spoonfeed it to their base makes nickelback rich which to i i say good for back right but deep down inside i think they believe they stink as well therefore they are appropriately where do we just find out in sorry saf big fan over here wow even if you think they're bad or do you admire their ability to right hooks that are pretty catchy absolutely this is the first time i've ever said anything bad about nickelback.
"nickelback" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"And i own a hero that one there yeah i think so maybe he added owes you similar those you slicking lee really shitty african commercial was but it was went to women singing the song was for some some something that was completely unreal unrelated to it but sorry yeah go ahead but it was just like an unattainable dream um and then there was a hyperlink linking sued the lyrics of that song is just the play the first thing that pops into that had he just lengthy that's probably get the anna kinshipan yeah definitely geniuscom is like sanctuary for everybody who's been banned from wicca pedia seriously nobody else is going to be annotating nickel back on genius stuck out like nobody literally nobody gives a shit what you right in the nickelback column except for other nickelback fans yeah they had alava oats these on occasions those in the wind many down votes let's have some setting some some solid genius 'unity shen with and they got some kudos for these for these innovations uh this this annotation goes on to say whether it's romantic conflicts or love for certain ideologies inspiring wars love for ideology that's what he means when he says look what love get like like nazis they just loved nazism too much and that's why they committed those atrocity and liquid that gave us you could say that the nazis just loved too much really a love for ideology is this phrasing man it's brutal.
"nickelback" Discussed on That Awful Sound
"Yeah maybe he played congo's on that one yeah this this is of course the off the soundtrack to spiderman and like you like you were saying inspired by question mark uh there's a question as to whether this song was written earlier uh i think it's supposedly was i read that in what is it men's health interview with chad kroeger you you oliver linked to me to a g q article where the author was trying real hard to be contrary at about how great this song was and how just people people just want to hate on nickel back because it's because it's popular but really like try to listen to this song and not get not get shivers down your spine thought that the article was like weirdly reverend of this song then also like in also insulting because it refers to the people at played on it does so i like i like post grudge but rock allstar team because that one yet because because what we have here this is the up for the song chad kroeger of nickel back on where the by the way i just i'm just gonna call this song in nickelback song because a sounds exactly like one and be we've we've never done nickel back on the show before and this might be as close as we get so yeah i'm gonna take it is that just like a firm stance on echo bag is just like is low hanging fruit is that why it's it's a little bit of low hanging fruit and it's also i have no fond he said nickleback ah back if somebody was like hey you know i used to like this song and it was i don't know nickelback is just like.
"nickelback" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"They say they've going to expand their search today they're going interview more people for this job that seems to everybody wants very nickelback did you hear about with these canadian cops of doing with the band nickelback and how they torture people that are in the back of their squad cars i just heard about this will give you that they are the animal rights activist upset about the horse and buddy drivers in central part for now harassing the people who get into those buddy's will play some tape of that that's pretty interesting to listen to and the bear hunt.