Theory Of A Deadman Songs Ranked

Theory of a Deadman (abbreviated as Theory or TOAD) is a Canadian rock band from North Delta, British Columbia. Formed in 1999, the band is currently signed to Roadrunner Records as well as 604 Records. The band includes traits of music styles, such as country and acoustic, in addition to their post-grunge and alternative rock foundation. Nine of their singles have entered the top ten of the US Billboard Mainstream Rock chart, including four songs that peaked at number one: “Bad Girlfriend”, “Lowlife”, “Rx (Medicate)” and “History of Violence”. The theory of a Deadman’s music style has generally been regarded as post-grunge, hard rock, alternative rock,  alternative metal, and pop-rock. The band also uses a mix of country, pop, and acoustic elements in their sound. Here are all of Theory Of A Deadman’s songs ranked.

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15. The One (Savages 2014)

“Theory of a Deadman can rock like there’s no tomorrow and just as easily craft an incredible ballad like this. Every new album just blows my mind. The first few times I heard this song I literally started crying because it was so beautiful, this song really is the most beautiful thing I’ve heard in my life”

14. World War Me (Savages 2014)

“Love the heavy guitar riffs mixed with the bass, and drums do a good job of complimenting the riffs while setting the tempo. This is the very first song I heard by them that’s how I got obsessed with there songs”

13. Make Up Your Mind (Theory of a Deadman, 2002)

“This is a great song! But what it means, it that this couple is fighting, which they have gotten in many fights. The guy still likes the girl, and wants to be with her, but doesn’t think that’s what she wants. So he is wanting her to take the night and think about it and to tell him if they are going to make up or break up.”

Savages - Album by Theory of a Deadman | Spotify

12. By the Way (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“Sometimes – leaving a person is the only thing you can do. It gives them time for reflection and time to consider their own behavior which drove the other person away in the first place.”

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11. Nothing Could Come Between Us (Theory of a Deadman, 2002)

“Theory of a Deadman gave us another great song, which is as true to life as it is humorous. It’s definitely not for anyone who is in the first blush of love, but for us jaded cynics it is definitely smile-inducing.”

10. Salt in the Wound (Savages 2014)

“I’m just simply in love with this song… The replay button is gonna get fed up of me for sure.. This is the only song I can listen always and in every mood.”

Scars & Souvenirs - Album by Theory of a Deadman | Spotify

9. Santa Monica (Gasoline, 2005)

“This song made me a fan of the band and as someone who owns all their records and has heard all their songs I still think this song stands out amongst the best. Plus it’s a really good song to get chicks if you can play and sing it.”

8. Hate My Life (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“This is my second “Theory of a Deadman” track. I was surprised by this as I’d forgotten that “Bad Girlfriend” was one of theirs. This is the explicit version and younger children might need the radio edit (parents take note). This is full of the irony that quite escaped Alanis Morrisette. This song lists all the things a man can hate today from his boss, his wife, street life, and much more. The lyric could be depressing on its own but the music is jaunty and upbeat. So it’s a good treadmill song with its fair share of f-bombs in it. It’s probably not as good as a bad girlfriend but I certainly don’t hate it.”

7. Lowlife (The Truth Is…, 2011)

“Fantastic start to a fantastic album! Every song in this album is great but this one starts it all off in the best way. This is an awesome song and reminds me of the people I travel to work with…”

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6. Out of My Head (The Truth Is…, 2011)

“This song is great because it shows the variety of songs that Theory of a Dead man has. This song is very soft and gentle, which is the exact opposite of most of their music, proving that they are very diverse in their capabilities.”

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5. Wait for Me (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“I love this song, I can relate to it so much. Because it could be about a long distance relationship, missing the other person, wishing you could be together. Just like how I feel, waiting for the moment you can be together.”

4. Angel (Savages, 2014)

“This song is one of my favorites. To me, it’s about a deep love that ended. She needed more than could be given and showing true love, she was let go to find what she needed.”

Theory Of A Deadman – Gasoline (2005, CD) - Discogs

3. Not Meant to Be (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“I think it means that either a relationship that has happened or one that the guy thought was going to happen. I am leading towards one that happened and he finally realizes that they were just not meant to be even if he wanted them to be. One of the best songs on the album.”

2. Bad Girlfriend (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“This song is talking about that one girlfriend that everyone has had. You love her and you love to watch her when you are out. She makes every guy go wild and you know she isn’t good for you. You know she’s like a drug and once you are hooked you’ll never get away. It’s almost like a fire and gasoline thing. She’s the fire and you are the gasoline, you don’t usually mix when but when you do it’s a huge explosion. It’s also describing that girl who parties all the time and has a tendency to be indecisive when it comes to relationships. My boyfriend said this song described me in a good way.”

1. All or Nothing (Scars & Souvenirs, 2008)

“It’s got all what anyone needs from a song. The drive, the motivation and all that comes with it. Take a chance and you’ll never be the same since then.”