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NickelbackAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (June 25, 2002)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B000068C1Z
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,992 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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"Curb" is Nickelback's debut album released in 1996 and a crucial part of Nickelback's chart topping history.

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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
By Greg
Format:Audio CD
Just after Nickelback released such great albums as "The State" (1999) and "Silver Side Up" (2001), we here in the U.S. finally got a chance to own their first album from 1996, entitled "Curb". You'd think after 5 years, a band who has such a knack for writing fabulous songs would have changed their style a bit. Not in their case...."Curb" still has the same kind of catchy hard-rock grooves that you would hear on their other 2 albums. That really isn't a bad thing though, I mean, more great Nickelback songs, nothing wrong with that! Some of the tunes that stood out to me were "Little Friend", "Detangler" and "Falls Back On" amongst others. Remember the song "Just For" from the "Silver Side Up" album? Well, they have an earlier version of it on here, which isn't as good as the more recent version, but it's still cool. This album, as good as it is, proves to me that Nickelback is getting better as they go. I mean, "The State" was awesome, "Silver Side Up" was even better. This album is probably their weakest effort, but they WERE just getting started after all. It's ok though, just because the album doesn't quite measure up to the 2 more recent ones, doesn't mean it's no good. I still would highly recommnend picking it up if you have the other albums. It's Nickelback doing what they do best....ROCK!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A great beginning for Nickelback October 7, 2004
Format:Audio CD
This album was the band's introduction to the big time and they did not disappoint with their tracks of Pusher, Where? and Sea Groove becoming popular listening songs on radio station and most requested songs in early 2002 when this CD was in fact released. 'Curb' is a unique beginning for Nickelback where the fan/listener first met the integral sound and rythmns of this group. Just For and I Don't Have are also good songs.

Give this album a chance, like me it takes a few goes on the stereo before this album truly blends in with the listener.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars It's a RE-RELEASE. July 9, 2002
By D.L.C
Format:Audio CD
"Curb," contrary to belief, is not a new album. Nickelback re-released its FIRST album. the album that started it all. "Curb" was initially self released in 1996 in Canada.
To be burtally honest, the album, as it it should for a new group, sounds like unpolished demos, and their many one word titles reflect that fact as well. While several songs have more potential than they seem, most are simply rugged demos.
I wondered how Nickelback released a album so soon after "silver side up," so I researched before I set my opinion in the proverabal "stone."
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Amazing album.. May 16, 2004
By Blue
Format:Audio CD
I bought 'Curb' 2 years ago for $7 when i was into more mainstream music like Blink 182, Green Day, ect. When I started playing guitar, my tastes took a shift and i listen to heavier/'better' music. Today i decided to listen to some of my older cds (greenday, offspring, ect) and decided to listen to nickelback's curb..
The album has a more natural, less produced sound, and has more passion, the things todays music doesnt have. Its almost like the opposite of Nickelback today. Its surprisingly good and underrated.. Chad's vocals, the bass, guitar, everything in general is actually fairly good, it makes newer nickelback pale in comparison.
1. Little Friend- Good heavy opener, 10/10
2. Pusher - Fairly unique, heavy, even with the acoustic verses 9/10
3. Detangler - wow.. the lyrics are amazing, and have great emotion an sincerity, it really draws you in 10/10
4. Curb - The title track, starts out quieter, turns into one of Nickelbacks heaviest songs ever.. great emotion, good use of dynamics with instruments and chads screaming vocals 10/10
5. Where? - pretty catchy, good meaning behind it, some good guitar work near the bridge 8/10
6. Falls Back On - Another fast/heavy song, 8/10
7. Sea Groove - very intense, hard to desribe, but great 10/10
8. Fly - the single from this album.. not much to say about it.. i used to like it more 8/10
9. Just For - A newer version of this can be found on silver side up. This version is better in my opinion.. more natural and angry 9/10
10. Left - slightly mediocore 7/10
11. Window Shopper - catchy guitar riffs and some unique vocals/lyrics
12. I Dont have - A great finishing track 10/10
Even though it starts stronger than it finishes, curb is a great hard rock album with a natural sound, and isnt what youd expect from the Nickelback you know,and is anything but mainsteam. it should be found relatively cheap, too. if you can pick it up easily, i recommend you do
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Curb: A great Cd, especially if you collect Nickelback! October 16, 2002
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Here is a review of all the songs on Curb:
1: Little Friend (9/10)- A great song with a nice steady bassline which does start to get annoying, but the occasional long choruses and the guitar solo makes up for it.
2: Pusher (9/10)- This song's lyrics, for one, are great, but I dislike the lack of lyrics in the chorus. This song, in my opinion, has one of the best endings ever.
3: Detangler (8/10)- Also has great lyrics, but it's not exactly what you would call catchy as hell. Has a few great phrases such as 'didn't need to waste your time, but thanks for wasting mine.'
4. Curb (7/10)- The song this CD was named for. Well, to me, there was a bit to much hype about this one. It's original, as it shoots from slow to fast and back in seconds, but the chorus just blends in with other Nickelback songs.
5. Where? (10/10)- This is my favorite song on the CD! If you can ignore the bad singing in the verses, I think you will come to love this song to. Sounds very cool, especially the full chorus!
6. Falls Back On (7/10)- Great song, very catchy, but one problem... the melodies are the smae thing over and over again except for the 'I'm really up on this' part. So, if you like those loop songs, this is all yours.
7. Sea Groove (6/10)- My least favorite song on the CD. I don't like how the guitar part matches the chorus exactly, especially since it's not that interesting in the first place.
8. Fly (10/10)- Well, I like Where? more, but this is right up there with my favorites! It's so catchy and they even made a 3 word chorus sound cool! Also, it has kind of a punk twist to it!
9. Just Four (7/10) I can't turn my back on a song from Silver Side Up, but it's fun to listen to this song and the Just For in a row and see just how different they are!
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars great album
A lot of people hate Nickelback but I'm a fan and would rate Curb as one of my favorites form there collection. Curb displays how Nickelback could've made a great post-grunge band.
Published 1 month ago by John
5.0 out of 5 stars another great cd
here i am trying to say something different about nickelback i first listen to[ i want to be a rock star] tip buy cd and rock
Published 12 months ago by Mr. Robert Baker
4.0 out of 5 stars Great tracks!
Some early tracks from a band that rocks it every single time! If you like Nickelback, you will love this just like all of their other material!
Published 12 months ago by GB
5.0 out of 5 stars Got here really fast.
I love Nickelback. Lost my music files and am just starting to rebuild. I love amazon for having such a greats service.
Published 14 months ago by J Torres
5.0 out of 5 stars More of the same? Nonsense!
You may like them. You may hate them. Whatever your views are, I highly doubt you know them like this. Back in 1996, Nickelback had a completely different sound. Read more
Published 16 months ago by Dan Tremblay
5.0 out of 5 stars Love them
One of my all time favorite bands. I think they can do no wrong, so I love it! I love all of their CDs.
Published 17 months ago by LJ in WP
5.0 out of 5 stars Nickelback Cd
Whats not to like about this CD.. Any CD this band makes is gonna be great. THey have great songs and the 1 thing I like the most is that the singers write their own music. Read more
Published 19 months ago by Pen Name
3.0 out of 5 stars It's ok...
I'm a long time fan of NB and find this album and State/Curb to be both pretty good. IMO not as great as their later albums, but still worth it for fans.
Published 19 months ago by J. Lingg
2.0 out of 5 stars Far from the Nickelback we now know
While this album lacks any true standout track, it still manages to be easier to listen to than "The State". That's why I'm giving it a 2. Read more
Published on March 12, 2011 by Shane Windham
1.0 out of 5 stars This is almost as bad as the Clone Temple Pilots
Oh, boy. Look out, this record is almost as poor-sounding as the Clone Temple Pilots -- only difference is, this guy has a beard. Or a goatee. Read more
Published on July 27, 2010 by Da Peace Dogg
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