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Revision as of 10:59, 14 November 2010

For other uses of riot, see Riot (disambiguation)

"Riot"
Single by Three Days Grace
from the album One-X
Released November 2007
Recorded 2005-2006
Genre Crap, NOT MUSIC
Length 3:27
Label Jive
Songwriter(s) Adam Gontier
Three Days Grace singles chronology
"'Never Too Late'"
(2007)
"Riot"
(2007)
"'Break'"
(2009)
Never Too Late
(2007)
Riot
(2007)
Break
(2009)

"Riot" is the fourth single from the album One-X by Three Days Grace. This song is about protesting against the negative things in life, and was inspired by vocalist Adam Gontier's anger when he was in rehab for OxyContin addiction. The song was also featured in the video game WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 in an edited version.

The song also contains the word "fuck." During radio play, the line "If you feel so filthy, so dirty, so fucked up", "fucked" is replaced with "messed", and in the WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2007 video game, the word "fuck" in the same line as above is backmasked so that it sounds somewhat like "if you feel so filthy, so dirty, so huffed up".

Personnel

No video was released for the single, keeping a pattern of only making music videos for tracks 2, 3, and 4 (not confirmed by the band, but done on the first and second album, and not continued on the third.)