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* SlutShaming: The male lead of the "Let Me Go" music video does this to his girlfriend at school after he found out that she's a stripper. When he finds out that she [[SingleMomStripper have a child to support]], he clearly seems guilty.

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* SlutShaming: The male lead of the "Let Me Go" music video does this to his girlfriend at school after he found out that she's a stripper. When he finds out that she [[SingleMomStripper have has a child to support]], he clearly seems guilty.


'''3 Doors Down''' are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic.

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'''3 Doors Down''' are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic.
Kryptonite]]".


'''3 Doors Down''' are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.

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'''3 Doors Down''' are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.
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* BreakUpSong: "Here Without You" and "Let Me Go", if the titles are not obvious enough.

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* BreakUpSong: BreakupSong: "Here Without You" and "Let Me Go", if the titles are not obvious enough.

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* NonAppearingTitle: "Love Is A Lie" never actually says "love is a lie"; it tells the subject of the song, "''your'' love ''was'' a lie".

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* ReligionRantSong: "Ticket to Heaven"

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Usually a five or six, but they can hit a seven on occasion.

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* BreakUpSong: "Here Without You" and "Let Me Go", if the titles are not obvious enough.


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* GrowingUpSucks: "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin When You're Young]]", especially the first stanza.


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* SingleMomStripper: The female lead of the "Let Me Go" music video turns out to be one.
* SlutShaming: The male lead of the "Let Me Go" music video does this to his girlfriend at school after he found out that she's a stripper. When he finds out that she [[SingleMomStripper have a child to support]], he clearly seems guilty.

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* PostGrunge: They came out when this trend was in full swing, yet have managed to remain relatively successful [[DeadHorseGenre once it faded]].


3 Doors Down are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.

The band formed in [[TheNineties 1996]] and has continued making quality rock ever since. Many fans and critics have noted that 3 Doors Down manages to make music that's gritty and emotional ''without'' falling into the trap of {{Wangst}}, and their greatest hits have become anthems for millions of people.

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3 '''3 Doors Down Down''' are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.

The band formed in [[TheNineties 1996]] and has continued making quality rock ever since. Many fans and critics have noted that 3 Doors Down manages to make music that's gritty and emotional ''without'' falling into the trap of {{Wangst}}, and their greatest hits have become anthems for millions of people. people.

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* {{Eagleland}}: Firmly in Type 1. The band does a very admirable job of celebrating and raising funds for the members of the United States military. "Citizen/Soldier" is a prime example. They've also done extensive charity work to help the people of the Gulf Coast.

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* {{Eagleland}}: Firmly in Type 1. The band does a very admirable job of celebrating and raising funds for the members of the United States military. "Citizen/Soldier" is a prime example. They've also done extensive charity work to help the people of the Gulf Coast.


3 Doors Down are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "Kryptonite", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.

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3 Doors Down are an American rock band from Escatawpa, Mississippi, who blasted their way onto the music scene with their debut album, ''The Better Life'', featuring the hit single "Kryptonite", "[[Franchise/{{Superman}} Kryptonite]]", a shining example of CrowningMusicOfAwesome.



* SignatureSong: "Kryptonite."

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* SignatureSong: "Kryptonite."

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* SelfTitledAlbum: Which, in contrast to most examples of this trope, is actually their ''fourth'' studio effort rather than their debut.


The band formed in [[TheNineties 1996]] and has continued making quality rock ever since. Many fans and critics have noted that 3 Doors Down manages to make music that's gritty and emotional ''without'' falling into the trap of wangst, and their greatest hits have become ballads for millions of people.

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The band formed in [[TheNineties 1996]] and has continued making quality rock ever since. Many fans and critics have noted that 3 Doors Down manages to make music that's gritty and emotional ''without'' falling into the trap of wangst, {{Wangst}}, and their greatest hits have become ballads anthems for millions of people.



* {{Eagleland}}: Firmly in Type 1. The band does a very admirable job of celebrating and raising funds for the members of the United States military. "Citizen/Soldier" was a prime example. They've also done extensive charity work to help the people of the Gulf Coast.

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* {{Eagleland}}: Firmly in Type 1. The band does a very admirable job of celebrating and raising funds for the members of the United States military. "Citizen/Soldier" was is a prime example. They've also done extensive charity work to help the people of the Gulf Coast.

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