All The Right Reasons
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Japanese pressing adds the bonus tracks 'We Will Rock You' & 'Someday' (acoustic live version). Their 2005 album was produced by the band and recorded at frontman Chad Kroeger's home studio. Roadrunner. 2005.
Throughout their 9-year career, Nickelback has stayed true to their roots, releasing five CDs of straight-up, unapologetic rock & roll. So how have things changed for the Canadian boys since the massive success of Silver Side Up and The Long Road? Well, brothers Chad and Mike Kroeger still live in the Great White North, and they still write hook-laden rock songs. The only difference now is that they have the satisfaction, 10 million CDs later, of smugly knowing that even some of their biggest naysayers will guiltily admit to singing along with Nickelback's catchy hits. On All The Right Reasons, one track definitely ranks high up in hum-ability: the first single, "Photograph" reminisces about the bittersweetness of high school in a small town--once again reconfirming frontman Chad Kroeger's ability to write memorable hooks. Regarding the rest of the disc: standard rock topics like love, lust, jealousy, and breakups abound, with riff-y delivery that longtime fans will love. The guilty pleasure bunch will also find what they need within the grooves, on the ballad "If Everyone Cared," the riff-heavy "Fight for All the Wrong Reasons," and the Metallica-inspired "Savin' Me." The disc's most impressive and simultaneously surreal moment, however, exists on "Side of a Bullet," a passionate revenge tale written about the killer of Pantera guitarist "Dimebag" Darrell Abbott, which, features one of the late Abbott's guitar solos, as donated by Pantera bandmate and brother, drummer Vinnie Paul. --Denise Sheppard
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The band, in general, have perfected their craft and have been able to surpas all their previous albums. I am sure that Nickelback will be rocking 25 years from now.
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"Photograph" may be the best heavy ballad to come out of Nickelback and can easily be loved by the non-metal crowd whilst the rest of the album rocks hard in the patented groove... Read morePublished on May 16 2013 by eeyoore
Biggest knock against the band is that Chad & Co recognized a little too much what was expected of them and "sold out". Read morePublished on Dec 10 2012 by Langer
another pathetic piece of drivell from an utterly talentless band fronted by a conceited and arrogant fellow named Chadwick Krueger!!Published on April 3 2008 by PROG TROGG
This is one of the best albums from Nickelback and one of the best albums from 2005. I remember the first time that I heard the song, Photograph. Read morePublished on July 21 2006 by Jason Hutton
here's the thing that eveyone has to get out of their mind. Nickelback is not here to change music!!! Read morePublished on June 15 2006 by dan schaap
When I first listened to Nickelback years ago, I was astonished. Bands like Nickelback define the post grunge era. I listened to this album and man was it ever raw! Read morePublished on May 23 2006 by Mark T*tties Nelson - attending Archbishop Oscar Romero High School