'Figure You Out'
In addition to being voted by VH1 as one of the "40 Most Awesomely Bad Dirty Songs...Ever," the song reached No. 1 on the Canadian Singles chart and charted on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, the Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks, and the Billboard Hot Modern Rock Tracks.
'Gotta Be Somebody'
'American Idol' alum and country artist Bucky Covington released a cover of this Nickelback song as his fifth single in Oct. 2009 and included it in his second studio album, 'I'm Alright.'
An a cappella group at Cornell University, called The Chordials, tackled our No. 7 Best Nickelback song in 2007.
'Burn it to the Ground'
At a UFC match, professional MMA fighter Ben Rothwell played the song during his entrance in his fight against Calin Velasquez.
Celebrities featured in the music video for the parody on stardom include, among others, Dale Earnhardt, Jr., Eliza Dushku, Gene Simmons, Wayne Gretzky, the cast of 'The Girls Next Door,' Kid Rock, Lupe Fiasco, Nelly Furtado, and Ted Nugent -- leaving the band to make a six-second appearance, right at the end.
'If Today Was Your Last Day'
Lead vocalist Chad Kroeger says this song is his favorite off 'Dark Horse,' calling it "very motivational, and very positive."
Chad Kroeger refers to this Nickelback song as the band's "only" love song in their entire repertoire.
The song -- like other Nickelback hits -- depicts a failing relationship as the man tells his love: "Someday, somehow / Gonna make it allright but not right now." The music video shows a woman crying over the loss of her love, but the woman's fate is played out differently on the iTunes video release (as opposed to the original) -- for she walks away from the accident alive and unharmed instead of a ghost of her.
'How You Remind Me'
According to Billboard, this Nickelback song was the most-played track of 2002 -- and went on to win a Juno Award for Best Single of the Year in 2002 and a Grammy nomination in 2003 for Record of the Year.