Single Again: 3 Doors Down – ‘Kryptonite’
Single Again is a column on Radio.com where Dan Weiss investigates chart hits of the past and present, their stories, what they meant and how good they really are.
For this edition of Single Again, Radio.com spoke to Brad Arnold of 3 Doors Down about the band’s debut single “Kryptonite,” which helped their debut album The Better Life sell over six million copies. The band’s sold over 20 million records worldwide to date, and next month they embark on an all-acoustic American tour through the summer. They have a new album due next year.
Do you consider “Kryptonite” a blessing or a curse?
Definitely a blessing, man. It got our foot in the door and got us going, and we’re still in today, and without that song I don’t know if we would even be here, so I’m definitely counting that as a blessing.
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