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Breaking Benjamin - "So Cold" 63%  63%  [ 15 ]
TRUSTcompany - "Downfall" 38%  38%  [ 9 ]
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Breaking Benjamin - "So Cold"


TRUSTcompany - "Downfall"

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These two have no personality. tie.

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BurtReynolds wrote:
These two have no personality. tie.

Yeah this is pretty a much a boring draw. I guess I'll go with So Cold?

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I'm voting for The Benjamins due to it being a guilty pleasure of mine, but I think TRUSTcompany is surprisingly well mixed for a shitty rock song. The rhythm section in the verses sounds great. It's essentially just a pop-punk song with heavier guitars, but yeah - better than some of the other awful shit in this tournament.

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I actually heard So Cold on the XM nu metal station today, so that.


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Gerunds in band names are lame. Vote for the other thing.


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So Cold, I guess.

The other one was worse.


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So Cold: Haha at the song title. Very boring song. What do you call the way he sings? It's stupid. I can't stand his face, either. 1:47.

Downfall: OMG this singer is the worst. I want to punch him. The song is irritatingly boring. 1:06.

Going with So Cold cause I hate the singer less.

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I think the nu-metal tournament is breaking RM's record for most uses of the word "boring" within a concentrated series of posts


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Was disappointed when I pressed play on Breaking Benjamin and didn't see the twins from Good Charlotte. Fuck you Breaking Benjamin! I'm voting for the other guys.


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Didn't Billy Corgan or the Weezer guy write So Cold?


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bada wrote:
Didn't Billy Corgan or the Weezer guy write So Cold?

No, you’re thinking of “Stupid Girl” by the band Cold. Rivers Cuomo was involved with that.

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It would be hilarious to slowly find out through this tournament that Rivers Cuomo was the secret mastermind behind the nu-metal movement

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This must be what I remember. I recall thinking oh I should give them a try and then I listened.

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Breaking Benjamin returned to the studio in October 2003 with producer David Bendeth for their second album We Are Not Alone.[16] Burnley also worked with The Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan over the course of six days in December 2003 to write the songs "Rain", "Forget It", and "Follow".[17] Despite initially being nervous, Burnley felt it was one of the highlights of his career.[17]


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I was done with this sort of stuff long before these two bands came around. This is like post post post grunge.

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It would be hilarious to slowly find out through this tournament that Rivers Cuomo was the secret mastermind behind the nu-metal movement

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Impossible to not vote for a nu metal song/band with 'Cold' in its title.


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bada wrote:
This must be what I remember. I recall thinking oh I should give them a try and then I listened.

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Breaking Benjamin returned to the studio in October 2003 with producer David Bendeth for their second album We Are Not Alone.[16] Burnley also worked with The Smashing Pumpkins front man Billy Corgan over the course of six days in December 2003 to write the songs "Rain", "Forget It", and "Follow".[17] Despite initially being nervous, Burnley felt it was one of the highlights of his career.[17]

I remember this news being posted on an SP message board when it occurred. I've been on the internet for far too long.

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As much as I hate B.B., I do kind of like the chorus of “So Cold”.

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Whoa.... I forgot about “Downfall”. I listened to this song a lot in 2002. Lol.

Kind of a Linkin Park retread

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