Down In Flames

Album: Why Do They Rock So Hard? (1998)
  • This song about the passing popularity of Reel Big Fish and other Ska bands. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ryan - Chardon, OH

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  • Ray from Bronxville, Ndthis song isnt about that, it is actually about how all people who are fans of bands when they are unknown or "underground" get mad when bands succeed, so the song is all about how people who call themselves true fans just want to see bands fail, or go down in flames
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