3 Doors Down started off with a bang when their hit single ‘Kryptonite’ blew up back in 2000, creating a buzz for the band seemingly overnight. Their debut disc ‘The Better Life’ would go on to yield four hit singles and move more than 5 million copies, launching their career into an upward trajectory.
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As part of the continued ramp up to 3 Doors Down's 'Greatest Hits' album, original band members Brad Arnold, Chris Henderson and Todd Harrell are reflecting on the songs and videos that paved the way for their success. The group is once again teaming with Loudwire to showcase the video vignette reflecting on the clip for one of their earliest hit singles, 'Loser.'
3 Doors Down have enjoyed a lot of great times on the road, and as they approach the release of their upcoming 'Greatest Hits' album, the band is reflecting on their past in a series of video vignettes. Loudwire is proud to bring you the vignette with the band members reflecting on the 'Duck and Run' video that shows their life on the road perhaps better than any clip they've released.
3 Doors Down are ramping up to the Nov. 19 release of their upcoming 'Greatest Hits' collection, and they've taken the time to reflect on the songs and videos that got them where they are today with a series of video vignettes. Loudwire is proud to bring you the vignette explaining the story behind the videos for the hit single, 'When I'm Gone.'
3 Doors Down are gearing up to release their ‘The Greatest Hits’ collection on Nov. 19. The 'Best Of' compilation features nine of their number one hits throughout their massively successful career. In addition to the hits, the band crafted three new bonus tracks for fans to feast on, including 'One Light,' one of their most inspirational songs to date.
In conjunction with their upcoming greatest hits disc due out this November, 3 Doors Down will spend the majority of the winter months out on a run of co-headlining U.S. tour dates with Daughtry. The trek kicks off on Nov. 17 in Tunica, Miss., and is scheduled to wrap on Dec. 15 in Anaheim, Calif.