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Long Road [Limited Edition]

NickelbackAudio CD
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)

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Chad Kroeger - Lead Vocals, Guitars
Ryan Peake - Guitars, Backing Vocals
Mike Kroeger - Bass
Daniel Adair - Drums, Backing Vocals

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 23, 2003)
  • Original Release Date: 2000
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Roadrunner Records
  • ASIN: B0000B3FCX
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (330 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #267,940 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Flat on the Floor
2. Do This Anymore
3. Someday
4. Believe It or Not
5. Feelin' Way Too Damn Good
6. Because of You
7. Figured You Out
8. Should've Listened
9. Throw Yourself Away
10. Another Hole in the Head
11. See You at the Show
12. Saturday Night's Alright (For Fighting)
13. Learn the Hard Way
14. Yanking Out My Heart

Editorial Reviews

Product Description

Nickelback ~ Long Road

It's never easy following up a multi-platinum success, but Canada's Nickelback's latest seem sure to match the sales of the many-million-selling Silver Side Up. The formula remains pretty much the same--nothing fancy, just radio-friendly grunge that lends an appropriately dramatic backing to the powerful and increasingly confident voice of Chad Kroeger. Aside from the fast and punchy opener "Flat on the Floor," the tough, staccato "Because of You," and the Oasis-like "Figured You Out," the band deal exclusively in soft-rock anthems (soft, that is, by 2003’s pulverizing standards). The only real change here lies is in Kroeger's lyrical concerns. Where 2000's The State found him suffering the frustrations of small-town life, now he's tortured by a heavy touring schedule that promotes destructive drug abuse and strains relationships to breaking point. That said, you can't help feeling the ruthlessly analytical Kroeger would turn a visit to the supermarket into a riot of hatred and self-recrimination. For fans of Silver Side Up, Nickelback have delivered the goods once more. --Dominic Wills

Customer Reviews

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37 of 43 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Long Road... July 3, 2004
Format:Audio CD
First of all, I am absolutely disgusted by the wording of many of the people reviewing this album... and all over Amazon, actually. Seriously, if you're going to trash something, at least spell the words right. I know that you can get by in the modern world with no knowledge of how to spell or write, but it's still nice to see sometimes.
Secondly, reviews are opinions. If that is something that escapes you, then you should probably take a class on social concepts or communication skills. Soon. Saying things like, "If you buy this album you are a pathetic waste of space" really doesn't contribute anything. Obviously YOU don't like the album, but that's the miracle of the internet, you can express YOUR ideas freely. Calling hundreds of thousands of people a waste of space because they buy a CD is not acceptable.
Finally, on to the album.
I've been a fan of Nickelback since I saw them in concert with Creed and they were GREAT! They had an amazing live performance, and only having heard two of their songs previously, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I liked a lot of other songs as well. This new CD is great.
Last comment. People complain incessantly about bands "selling out" by changing their sound, and they also complain about bands having the same sound from CD to CD. Give them a f***ing break, people.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars possibly their best September 27, 2003
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Nickelback was one of my favorite bands at one point, but after their overplayed success with Silver Side Up I found my self not listening to them as much, I got this cd only half excited and thinking mabye I should wait or save my money for Korn next month, but after I got home and played this album a few times I was 100% satisfied. Here's my track by track review:
1) Flat on the Floor - (9/10) Great hard opener, awesome for speeding at night with you friends
2) Do this Anymore - (8/10) Nicely peiced together, my bet is this will be their next single
3) Someday - (5/10) This just isn't my type of song, and it sounds to much like their other radio stuff, sounds like it should be on one of those evil "Now" cds my sister likes.
4) Believe or Not - (8.5/10) Has a Papa Roach sounding guitar riff, good hard rock sound
5) Feelin' Way too Damn Good - (8.5/10) Has an Aerosmith ballad sound to it, I remember first hearing this song on the Nickelback Live at Home dvd when Chad was making it up as he went along (bonus footage), I guess he ended up liking it.
6) Because of You - (9/10) Great angry sounding song, I wish my band wrote this first.
7) Figured you Out - (9/10) Cool almost comical lyrics and good chorus.
8) Should've Listened - (5.5/10) They need to stick to the hard stuff, sounds to much like a country song.
9) Throw Yourself Away - (7.5/10) Cool guitar sound with nice little slide solo, but alittle repetitive.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Very Strong Album April 10, 2004
Format:Audio CD
I think people are being a little hard on this CD, but this is not a bad CD. Long Road, is a very strong rock album, and should only sustain Nickelback's place in the music industry. The first single was a monster hit "Someday", was a hit from the word go, and still remains in the top 40, after 30 some weeks, and making it all the way to #7, that song is just what we are getting used to from Nickelback, "Figured You Out", the current single, is just an in your face song, and it just rocks, now from what I hear the next single is, and I could be wrong, is "Feelin Way Too Damn Good", which is a very singleworthy song, but I would go with as the 3rd single, either "Throw Yourself Away", or "Because Of You", if I had to choose it would be "Throw Yourself Away", which I believe is the best song on here, but "Someday" and "Figured You Out" come very close. Nickelback is a band you route for, and this CD, should be proof of why Nickelback is still around and will be around for a while. Among song other favorites are "Do This Anymore", "Another Whole In The Head", and "Feeling Way Too Damn Good". The album gets a B, because it's a well rounded CD.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Nickelback Does It Again August 21, 2004
Format:Audio CD
Overall, i am not a big fan of the modern rock coming out these days. However, after hearing "How You Remind Me" on the radio,i really liked it and went out and puchased Silver Side Up. I enjoyed pretty much the entire album so when i saw that The Long Road was being released, I decided to give it a shot. I was not the slightest bit dissapointed. The album is filled with a whole bunch of rockin songs with good meledies that you can help but crank up and sing along to. My personal favorite from the album is "Do This Anymore", a rocking song where chad Kroger really shows off his awesome voice with his combination of singing softly and his ability to belt out lyrics with power while not making it seem like he is just straight out screaming. Other favorites on the album include "Someday", yes its overplayed but still good, "Feeling Way Too Damn Good", and of coarse "Figured You Out" (how can anybody not like that song). so if you liked Silver Side Up than i strongly recemend going out and buying this album
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