The truth about this Lie

The band's name says it all.

All a Lie



Clearwater quartet Perfect Flaw has released an album that only a Nickelback fan could appreciate. Of course, considering Nickelback's multiplatinum success — despite severe whippings by every self-respecting music critic on the planet — that should be a comparison the dudes from Perfect Flaw can live with. It would be an injustice to lyricists the world over, however, if this review didn't include lines from Tampa Bay's self-proclaimed "#1 Hard Rock Alternative Band." Write this down: "That's why I tell you, bitch, that you gotta leave/ I know it's hard to believe that you're not with me/ Sorry you could not be good enough for me." 1 star

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