Wal-Mart bought Nickelback CD question....?
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 07:13 PM
I'm curious if anyone knows of any songs that might be edited on this CD due to content/language, because it was bought from Wal-Mart?
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 07:19 PM
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 07:25 PM
I only go in there as an absolute last resort if no other store has what I need!!
DOWN WITH WAL-MART!!!
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Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 09:12 PM
I do like itunes though, very simple.
Then again, im an apple fan
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 09:46 PM
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 09:59 PM
lol, don't shop at walmart. if not for this reason then for the reason that you have to fight crowds.
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:18 PM
I've returned crap to wal-mart that was barely recognizable and wasn't bought there, still got money for it.
Anyone else love the announcements that are ONLY in Spanish?
I could type a few pages of things I hate about wal-mart, but for the time being I'm just curious about if I should return the CD because it might have alternative lyrics?
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:21 PM
just realized that that debut album has nothing to do with this post.. meh
anyway - it's not censored heavily from what ive heard on the radio they censor it there too
Posted Mon Dec 04, 2006 10:33 PM
Kind of curious about this. How is donating to a LGBT organization not being family friendly? LGBT people have families too.
But I do agree with at least not buying music at Walmart. Personally not much annoys me more than listening to edited music. I've accidentally bought edited CDs before and I always had to go buy another unedited copy. I really don't see the point of editing out "offensive" language anyway, you know what they're saying anyway and if you're really offended by that kind of language why buy music that has that orignally had that kind of language in it?
As far as you're original question, what's edited out its probably just strong language. Meaning most likely no F bomb, no "shit". Possibly other minor cuss words still there. I'm not sure how much Nickelback tends to use strong language so I'm not sure how annoying it would be to listen to.
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