Talk:World Wide Suicide

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"Free to download" my foot![edit]

If you call asking for your credit card information and downloading some strange program "free". One should not divulge their finacial information over the Internet to an insecure site. To protect everyone from submitting to this financial faust, I have removed the bootleg link. --Bushido Hacks 05:16, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

About?[edit]

  • Could someone say what this song is about?

yup i guess, its about raging iraq war. The lines like, signin the checks that other pay, shows bands anger against war.

Number 1 since 1996?[edit]

can we get a source for 'number 1 since 1996's Who You Are, didn't Last Kiss make it to #1?


It did in Canada, however it only made it to #2 on the Billboard Charts. (see this site for a source. I think that Titantic song by Celine Dion prevented Last Kiss from going number one

Fastest-growing?[edit]

What does "March 7. Between then and March 12, it was played over 1900 times on modern rock stations in the United States, meaning that it was one of the fastest-growing alternative rock songs of 2006 in the US." mean? -- Jeandré, 2007-09-27t11:27z

Fair use rationale for Image:Wws.PNG[edit]

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BetacommandBot (talk) 03:28, 12 February 2008 (UTC)

Useful refs[edit]

Billboard: [1], [2], [3] (beware, that last link has horrid page formatting). WesleyDodds (talk) 11:23, 16 March 2010 (UTC)