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Music Video: Never Again

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 4:24

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For Never Again By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For Never Again By Artist Nickelback

  • More!!

    By chaotikitty63
    More Censorship!!! Really!!! What are we? Twelve?? Ridamndiculous!!!!! Censor that!
  • Asome

    By Smedlin
  • boise

    By AdamMW93
    the video is cool and all, but one thing is that im psyched the nickelback is coming to boise and its VERY VERY VERY VERY rare that a band i like comes to my town!
  • Great song, but edited!

    By bcbrackett
    I love Nickelback and when I purchase a song, I don't want anybody to decide for me if I'm to hear the real lyrics or not. I know there are a couple explicit words in there - let them be there! It's part of the song and I'm paying for it - I want to hear the song as it really is - not someone else's edited version. Past that, this is another great song and video by Nickelback that reminds you why you like the band - good lyrics, good rythem and they're just fun to watch!
  • Censor Issue

    By MizKrull
    I was thinking about purchasing all the music videos because I'd love to watch Nickelback perform while I'm on the go... it's too bad they censor the bad/semi bad words out, cause I won't buy any of them. Thanks for the warning.
  • Great video,but disagree with the editing.

    By JGabel
    This is an awesome video of them on stage, reminds me of when I seen them,I highly recommend going to there concerts...the only thing.....Itunes should have not editted out some of the words...they should just make two videos,one uncut and one editted. They are an AWESOME BAND !!!!
  • mhmmmmm

    By Dylster
    who is the idiot who doesn't know how to spell original
  • censorship

    By warvet5
    The video is great, But I Tunes should tell you that they censored all the swear words,even "gun" and "trigger". If I knew this I would not have purchased the video. I wonder if Nickelback knows I Tunes is editing their videos?

    By Mitchman256
  • disipointed

    By song lover 3000
    I really expected better

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