Click Click Boom

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"Click Click Boom"
Single by Saliva
from the album Every Six Seconds
Released 2001 (USA)
Format CD
Recorded 2000
Genre Nu metal, rap metal
Length 4:12
Label Island
Writer(s) Bob Marlette, Josey Scott, Chris D'Abaldo, Wayne Swinny
Producer(s) Bob Marlette
Saliva singles chronology
"Your Disease"
(2001)
"Click Click Boom"
(2001)
"After Me"
(2001)

"Click Click Boom" is a song by American rock band Saliva. It was released in 2001 on their second album Every Six Seconds as the lead single. The song was put on the 2001 Clear Channel memorandum, resulting in speculation that the song was re-recorded and retitled "Click Click Pull". However, no actual lyrical changes have been made. It is one of the band's most well known songs and is thought to be about how the band and other bands of the nu metal genre were getting heavily criticized at the time.

Music video[edit]

A music video was released for the song. The video revolves around a guy who unwittingly finds himself in a moshpit in which the band performs. Near the end of the video, after being enticed by a girl straight out from the crowd, the man joins the moshpit. After the end of the song, the man is shown moshing alone in the empty space where the band performed.

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