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Music Video: How You Remind Me

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:47

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For How You Remind Me By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For How You Remind Me By Artist Nickelback

  • Sexy girl and crushed guy

    5
    By KariKariTyTy
    Yep that's life for ya
  • Awful

    1
    By SpliffSmkr
    This "band" is atrocious. If you enjoy Nickelback perhaps you'd like suicide. It's gotta sound better.
  • Ha ha. :)

    5
    By Maddiesonson
    O my gosh!! He looks a lot like Nicholas cage!!!! And even more coincidentally, I freaking love both of them! And by the way emolover, he's freaking S•E•X•Y!
  • Nick cage

    5
    By Haloboy215
    I agree he does look a bit like Nicholas cage
  • Nick Cage?

    4
    By Bldki
    Haha is it just me or does Chad Kroeger remind anyone else alot like Nickolas Cage? One of Nickelbacks rare good songs, video is good too
  • Goooooooood

    5
    By Underfire 555
    It was good but the Song is better by itself
  • Amazing

    5
    By Ivansgirl
    This video tottaly fits with the song he is trying to explain that she make him show his real self
  • Omg!

    1
    By Emoluver13
    Chad kruegers soo U•G•L•Y!!!!!!!!
  • Quoi?

    1
    By PoetrySweetheart
    I don't get it.
  • ok

    3
    By clarkage94
    the girl in this video is hot. other than that it wasnt too great. the song is much better just by itself.

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