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Music Video: Burn It to the Ground (Live)

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2009
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 0:00

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For Burn It to the Ground (Live) By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For Burn It to the Ground (Live) By Artist Nickelback

  • This Is Nickelback!

    By Nurse Suz
    This video shows the true Nickelback. These awesome guys have a way a biting you in a good way!
  • Mmmm..Dat Voice..

    By FinnxSlendy
  • Wwe raw

    By Oweffhy
    This is the theme song of wwe monday night raw. Which is on tv mondays at 9/8 c on usa network

    By Beardie Momma
    This has got to be the best Nickelback song. If you don't like it, I'll sit in your seat at the concert!
  • Ya

    By Metallia/poison
  • Awsome

    By LTHawk
    I love this song a lot. Thank you Nickleback for all the hard work youve done. I love it thanks to you all.
  • awesome song

    By Leo aka Lalo aka lala milk
    great song
  • The BEST Ever

    By chinnu03
    This is the best song I have ever listened to in my entire life. I listened to more than a 100 times. THANK YOU.
  • Burn it to the Ground

    By furrybaer
    One of the best Freeway Driving Night time songs EVER. If you can't rock out to this song, you must be dead. Thank you Nickelback for waking me up. Also, one of the best one liners ever "All in Balls Out"...Don't get much better than that...Can't wait to see these guys in concert. If this song hasn't been in a movie yet, IT NEEDS TO BE...
  • Rox

    By Gummybear195npl
    That ^ rox

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