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All The Right Reasons

September 26, 2005 | Format: MP3

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Product Details

  • Original Release Date: September 26, 2005
  • Release Date: September 26, 2005
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • Copyright: 2005 The All Blacks B.V.
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  • Total Length: 41:33
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  • ASIN: B0011Z10IO
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (464 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,172 Paid in Albums (See Top 100 Paid in Albums)

Customer Reviews

This band is not deserving of any stars, or credit.
KnifeParty80
I just bought the Nickelback CD "All the Right Reasons" and I have to say, it is rare that I buy a CD and can get into all of the songs on it.
LMS
This album has some great songs, and even the less popular ones are still good and sound like good Nickelback.
jobew

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

206 of 273 people found the following review helpful By I hate society. on September 17, 2009
Format: Audio CD
Nickelback was a band I had heard of, but I'm not very into the modern music scene. My friend suggested this CD to me.

I ordered this CD with high hopes. When I got it and put it into my laptop, everything seemed normal. There was every song, different names, different lengths.

I listened to the first song, and all was well. I then moved on to the second song.

It was the exact same song? I knew I couldn't be mistaken. Surely every song would have its own unique attributes to differentiate from the others. I went on to the next song, and then the next...but every single one was the exact same.

I called my friend who had suggested the CD, but she said her CD was fine and that maybe something was wrong with mine. We got to talking about music videos and she told me her two favorites, I went and looked them up online.

IT WAS THE SAME SONG FOR BOTH VIDEOS.

I'm completely confused. Why are all the songs exactly the same?
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful A Kid's Review on May 13, 2006
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album today,and I have listened to it 3 times. I really liked it,there are many great lyrics,catchy tunes. This album begins with a song "Follow you home",which is hard and very enjoyable. "Fight for all the wrong reasons" is also pretty good,but not that memorable. Third song "Photograph" is just awesome. Nostalgic lyrics almoast made me cry,very nice. "Animals" is hilarious,I laughed out loud while listening it for the first time. They said this is gonna be 4th single,but I can't imagine the video. "Savin' me" is nice slow song,probably my favorite on the whole album. I decided to buy this album after I heard this song on TV. "Far away" was also single. Good song,I love the modulation at the end. "Next contestant" is OK, but still not great. I'm not sure about it. Then came "Side of a bullet" - and it's much different than other songs on the album. It's average,I don't like it that much. "If everyone cared"...what a great ballad! I love the melody,solo is amazing. One of my favorites. "Someone that you're with" is the lowest song on the album,but it's still not terrible. At the end,"Rockstar" is excellent,with very interesting lyrics. Great way to end this album.

Here are my ratings:

O1 - 4/5

02 - 3/5

03 - 5/5

04 - 5/5

05 - 5/5

06 - 5/5

07 - 4/5

08 - 3/5

09 - 5/5

10 - 3/5

11 - 5/5

Overall,this album got 4 stars. Very good.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Garvey on February 21, 2008
Format: MP3 Music
Very few bands actually rock out these days, and it seems that Nickelback is one of the few.
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130 of 180 people found the following review helpful By E. Lee Zimmerman TOP 1000 REVIEWER on October 6, 2005
Format: Audio CD
On the surface, Nickelback has always appeared a band arguably too hard for pop radio but perhaps too mainstream for most diehard rock traditionalists; however, ALL THE RIGHT REASONS gives fans of all music the chance to enjoy what they have to offer. It's one terrific album with crossover potential that should please the group's strongest followers as well as endear new listeners to the fold. "Photograph" is one great track -- written clearly by minds who've learned the lessons of looking forward by looking back -- but it's hardly alone: "Far Away" is equally introspective with a broader sound if not a tad more anthemic; "Fight For All The Wrong Reasons" is a head-shaking rock rattler written to please the band's core fans; "Someone That You're With" blares out for eventual audiences in arenas around the world; and "Rock Star," "Savin' Me," and "If Everyone Cared" round out just one tremendous listening experience. The album's definitely worth its spins.
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43 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Ao Me Akuma on December 9, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Listening to this album, I constantly asked myself how anyone could possibly enjoy it. It seemed so shallow, predictable, and lifeless compared to anything else in my CD collection. But after some rumination, I've arrived at an explanation. Allow me, at the risk of sounding incredibly pretentious, to present the allegory of Plato's Cave. Suppose a group of people are raised from birth inside a darkened cave, chained to chairs facing a wall. Now, on this wall shadows of forms are projected. Now, given that these people are raised from birth inside the cave, these shadows and forms are all they know of the world; in their minds, they ARE the world. But suppose one of them is dragged to the surface, and sees for the first time what the world is really like, full of color and life. And if they went back down into the cave, they'd never be able to look at the pictures on the wall as anything but mere shadows.

So it is with music. For most people, their only experience with music comes in the form of sanitized, corporate radio-rock, typified by Nickelback. But once you listened to music beyond the mainstream; been "dragged out of the cave" so to speak, you never really look at the mainstream with such fondness as you did before.

What's sad about "All The Right Reasons" is that Nickelback, either through a conscious decision on their part or by pressure from their label, refused to expand, develop, or otherwise alter their sound at all. Rest assured, if you liked "Silver Side Up" or "The Long Road" you'll love "All The Right Reasons." But if you found those albums to be soulless, manufactured and repetitive, you'll be able to say the exact same thing about this album, too. Nickelback exemplify 100% safe, watered down, exceedingly simplistic and generic Hard Rock.
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