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  1. American Bad Ass

    American Bad Ass (2000)


    "American Bad Ass" is a heavy metal song from American musician Kid Rock, released from his 2000 album The History of Rock. "American Bad Ass" uses the instrumental structure of Metallica's "Sad but True" The song was a victory lap for Devil Without a Cause's success. He also gave nods to his musical heroes including: AC/DC, ZZ Top, Hank Williams, Jr., Beastie Boys, Run-DMC, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Bob Seger, Limp Bizkit, Korn, The Rolling Stones, David Allan Coe, George Jones, Johnny Cash, The Clash, and Grandmaster Flash. He didn't give a nod to Metallica, whose music he used for the song. The music video for the single aired on MTV2 upon release, and reached #1 on Canada's MuchMusic Countdown. The song was performed on Saturday Night Live.

  2. How Long

    How Long (2007)


    "How Long" is an anti-war protest song by American singer-songwriter J. D. Souther. Written in 1971 as a reaction against the Vietnam War, it was originally recorded by Souther for his 1972 debut solo album, John David Souther. It was given a limited release as a promotional 7-inch 45 rpm single in 1972 with Souther's "The Fast One" on the B-side.

  3. Clarity

    Clarity (2003)


    "Clarity" is a song by John Mayer, sparsely arranged with piano and drums provided, in part, by The Roots drummer Questlove. It was the second single from Mayer's 2003 album Heavier Things. The song's meaning is not immediately clear. Some interpretations have characterized the song as being about coming to terms with a relationship, while others have interpreted the song as being about a person's own self-perception. At his February 28, 2007, show at Madison Square Garden, John introduced "Clarity" as a song written about the first few seconds after waking up in the morning when you don't remember about all of the problems and worries in your life.

  4. On My Own

    On My Own


    "On My Own" is a song recorded by Canadian rock group Hedley. It was released in October 2005 as the lead single from their debut album Hedley. It reached number one on the Canadian Singles Chart. The video for "On My Own" reached number one on the MuchMusic countdown for the week of December 2, 2005. It was also the only single released in the United States from that album. "On My Own" is also featured on the US version of Famous Last Words, which is called Never Too Late.

  5. Too Bad

    Too Bad (2001)


    "Too Bad" is a single by the Canadian rock band Nickelback, the second one from their 2001 album, Silver Side Up. The single was released in late 2001. It peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and number 1 on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart.

  6. Bent

    Bent (2000)


    "Bent" is a song by American alternative rock group Matchbox Twenty. It was released in July 2000 as the lead single from their second album, Mad Season. The song reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 on July 22, 2000, and stayed there for one week before being unseated by 'N Sync's "It's Gonna Be Me". It remains the band's only number one hit on that chart.

  7. Bright Lights

    Bright Lights (2002)


    "Bright Lights" is a song by American alternative rock group Matchbox Twenty. It was released in August 2003 as the third single from their third album, More Than You Think You Are. The song proved to be a hit for the band, peaking at number 23 on the Billboard Hot 100.

  8. Breakdown

    Breakdown (2007)


    "Breakdown" is the third track and the third single from Seether's third album, Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces. Shaun Morgan has stated that the song is about his former girlfriend Amy Lee, but other sources reference a more recent relationship. To further the point, Morgan has been quoted saying "Amy and I, at our worst moments, were still better than this last girl and I at our best moments".

  9. Burn For You

    Burn For You


    "Burn for You" is a huge hit by Christian rapper tobyMac from his 2004 album Welcome to Diverse City. "Burn for You" peaked at No. 10 on the Christian Songs chart, and 11 on ChristianRock.net.

  10. Streetcorner Symphony

    Streetcorner Symphony (2005)


    "Streetcorner Symphony" is the fifth and final single from Rob Thomas's solo album ...Something to Be. It was released on October 16, 2006. The song features John Mayer on lead guitar and backing vocals (though John is not credited as an official artist).

  11. Save Me

    Save Me (2005)


    "Save Me" is a song recorded and performed by the post-grunge band Shinedown. The song was released as the first single in promotion of the band's second studio album, Us and Them. "Save Me" was the theme song for WWE's No Mercy 2005 pay-per-view event, and is their second most commercially successful single to date, reaching number one on the U.S. mainstream rock chart (and remaining there for a whole 12 weeks). It is also Shinedown's third-highest charting song on the Billboard Hot 100 (behind "Second Chance" (#7) and "If You Only Knew" (#42), peaking at #72.

  12. Rock 'n' Roll Jesus

    Rock 'n' Roll Jesus (2007)


    "Rock n Roll Jesus" is the fifth single from Kid Rock's album Rock n Roll Jesus. It was typical bravado-laced Kid Rock about sex, drugs and rock and roll. It is a hard rock song with a jazz influence and a funk guitar riff strongly influenced by the AC/DC song "Get It Hot". The song was co-written by former lead guitarist Kenny Tudrick, who replaced Kenny Olson on the 2006 'Live' Trucker tour.

  13. When I'm Gone

    When I'm Gone (2002)


    "When I'm Gone" is a song recorded by American rock band 3 Doors Down. It was released in October 2002 as the lead single from their second album, Away from the Sun. It peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in April 2003. The song also spent seventeen weeks atop the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart from November 2002 through March 2003, becoming one of the longest-running number-one singles on that chart. The song also peaked No. 2 on the Hot Modern Rock Tracks chart almost reaching No. 1 by one spot from Queens of the Stone Age's "No One Knows" on the issue dated February 15, 2003. It spent one week atop the Top 40 Mainstream chart for one week on May 3, 2003 and also peaked at No. 3 on the Adult Top 40 chart. This song is featured on the rhythm video game Band Hero.

  14. Burning Bright

    Burning Bright (2003)


    "Burning Bright" is the fourth single from the post-grunge band Shinedown's debut album Leave a Whisper. A new mix of the song was featured on the re-release of Leave a Whisper, titled the "Sanford" mix. It also marks as Shinedown's sixth most successful single to date, reaching number two on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. The song was also sampled on the track "Just to be Different" from rapper Joe Budden's Halfway House album.

  15. Believe

    Believe (2008)


    "Believe" is a single by Staind, the first from their sixth studio album, The Illusion of Progress.

  16. Welcome to My Life

    Welcome to My Life (2004)


    "Welcome to My Life" is the title of a song recorded by Canadian rock group Simple Plan. It was released in September 2004 as the lead single from their second studio album, Still Not Getting Any....

  17. Old Enough

    Old Enough (1999)


    "Old Enough" is the second single from The State by the Canadian rock band Nickelback. It was used in the soundtrack to Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2. The song peaked at number 12 on the RPM Rock chart in Canada and number 24 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock chart.

  18. This Man

    This Man (2004)


    "This Man" is a song by Jeremy Camp. The song is off his Restored album, which was released in 2004.

  19. You And I Tonight

    You And I Tonight


    "You and I Tonight" is the third single from Canadian rock band Faber Drive's Juno-nominated second album, Can't Keep a Secret. It was officially released to Canadian radio on March 25, 2010 and is reminiscent of their earlier hits such as "Tongue Tied" and "When I'm with You".

  20. House of 1000 Corpses

    House of 1000 Corpses (2001)


    "House of 1000 Corpses" is a song by Rob Zombie, featured on his second solo album, 2001's The Sinister Urge. The song was used in the 2003 horror movie of the same name, which was written and directed by Zombie.

  21. Last Beautiful Girl

    Last Beautiful Girl (2000)


    "Last Beautiful Girl" is the fifth and final single from Matchbox Twenty's second album, Mad Season (2000). The song had no music video, and was the least successful single off the album. The single reached #20 on the U.S. Adult Top 40, but failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. The song also reached #96 in the UK, but failed to chart anywhere else.

  22. I Dare You

    I Dare You (2005)


    "I Dare You" is the second single from Shinedown's second album, Us and Them. It reached number two on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart and has been sung on American Idol by Chris Daughtry and was a minor hit on pop charts. The song was the secondary theme for World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Wrestlemania 22 and also used in a promo for WWE Friday Night SmackDown's move to myNetworkTV on October 3, 2008. This song was also Shinedown's first single to be played on pop stations.

  23. Lay 'Em Down

    Lay 'Em Down


    "Lay 'Em Down" is the first single released off the album The Outsiders by Christian rock band Needtobreathe. It was released in the summer of 2009.

  24. Feel So Numb

    Feel So Numb (2001)


    "Feel So Numb" is a promotional single off Rob Zombie's second album The Sinister Urge. The song can also be found on Rob Zombie's Past, Present & Future and the greatest hits album The Best of Rob Zombie.

  25. Heroes

    Heroes (2005)


    "Heroes" is the third single from Shinedown's second album, Us and Them. It reached number 4 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock chart and number 28 on the U.S. Modern Rock chart. As with the preceding single, "I Dare You", no music video was made for promotion.

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