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Theme songs for Alberta's 2015 election campaign

It was to Nickelback's high-octane profanity-laden 'Burn it to the Ground' that PC Leader Jim Prentice announced Tuesday morning Albertans will go to the polls on May 5.
PC leader Jim Prentice came out rocking to Nickelback's "Burn it to the Ground" at the Crestwood Community Hall where he kicked off his party's election campaign. (CBC)

It was to Nickelback's high-octane profanity-laden Burn it to the Ground that PC Leader Jim Prentice announced Albertans will go to the polls on May 5.

A strange choice made even stranger by the name of the album, Dark Horse.

Earlier in the morning CBC host Mark Connolly asked Edmonton AM listeners what song would make the best campaign theme song for each of Alberta's parties.

Here are some of the suggestions.

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