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All Night Long

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All Night Long -- the fifth album from Buckcherry -- is the vital sound of rock and roll endurance at its very best. It s not just rock, it s rock and roll. More than a decade after first establishing its good name with the popular eponymous 1999 debut effort, Buckcherry has created the band s most eclectic and impressive effort yet. All Night Long is a thoroughly rocking song cycle in the grand tradition of classic albums by the group s forefathers and now friends Aerosmith, AC/DC and Kiss.

'We set out to make a great rock record from beginning to end,' says lead vocalist Josh Todd. 'That s always been our quest. When I listen back to All Night Long, I think that this is definitely one of our strongest efforts to date and has a really definitive overall vibe. Now I can t wait to sing these songs live for people and let everyone hear the results for themselves.'

All Night Long finds the band returning to its roots with original independent label Eleven Seven Music, thus giving Buckcherry the freedom over the creative process that the band has always desired. As Buckcherry cofounder and guitarist Keith Nelson explains, Buckcherry is by design a real rock band that s built to last. 'I think we endure and evolve because we genuinely do this for the love of the music,' says Nelson. 'All the by-products of loving the music -- being rock stars, having nice cars and lots of toys -- are pretty cool too, but that s not the motivating factor for us. The motivating factor for Buckcherry is that we all truly love being in a rock and roll band -- specifically, in this rock and roll band -- and that s the passion that drives everything else that we do.'
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Product Details

  • Audio CD (August 3, 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Eleven Seven Music
  • ASIN: B003S897TG
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #132,679 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Buckcherry is known to be one of the last, true, current rock acts. If you are tired of all the gimmicky here and gone bands and just want some straight out great rock, Buckcherry is for you. The latest album "All Night Long" is no different. Its another that you can listen to all the way through. Not a bad song on it. Also, if you are already a fan, and haven't seen these guys live, you are really missing out. I've seen them several times opening for bigger name bands. There are always people around me who came to see the headliner and are saying, "Who are these guys? These guys rock and that has got to be one of the best frontmen I have ever seen!" I don't know how many albums Buckcherry has to put out before people realize they are one of the few true great rock bands out there, but "All Night Long" is another excellent album that should introduce more people to this fantastic band.

Mike L.
Pembroke Pines, FL
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Hey people, according to Amazon the limited edition version of this album goes out on Aug. 10th. However it is for sale & available now at Best Buy but with 1 big difference in Amazon's favor. The Best Buy cd that I purchased yesterday does NOT have the acoustic version of "Sorry" on it. The CD ends 1 song earlier and the acoustic "Sorry" is left off for whatever reason. So anyone debating might as well hold out a few more days and get it thru Amazon. Both stores have it for the same price of $9.99 for the CD with the extra acoustic songs on it. Haven't listened to the actual album yet so no review as of now but I figured I'd share that little tidbit for those people out there, who like me, care about such things...Take care...
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Buckcherry's most mature and focused album to date, All Night Long is one of the band's best albums. I actually really enjoyed Black Butterfly (especially the superb "Rescue Me" and "Fallout"), but this is a superior album. It might take a couple playthroughs to sink in fully, but you can tell they polished the hell out of each of these tracks in the studio until they were perfect.

The guitar tones are fantastic - Keith Nelson has really stepped up on this album. They went with very few overdubs and simply let the dual rhythms fill the space beautifully. These guys are getting true AC/DC tones off vintage equipment, and Nelson and Stevie D. really might be the best rhythm duo since Slash and Izzy.

Josh Todd is still a mixed bag technically, but the vocals here are tighter than on Black Butterfly and very strong overall. He's also highly toned down the swearing, which is a nice change of pace. The bass and drumming remain as strong and restrained as ever.

The songwriting, too, has also really matured. The well-structured, evenly layered core Buckcherry sound is still here, except with a new wonderful diversity in style and composition. It's no longer just rocker-rocker-ballad-ballad-rocker. There are also far fewer soft ballads than the last album, for those of you who weren't fans of Butterfly.

In line with this stylistic change of pace, you must buy the deluxe version, as the acoustic set is fantastic. I'd say about four of the six are really excellent songs, and the other two are still very good. All feature beautiful acoustic work.

Also of note, the solos are fantastic and really rip. Also, all of them are very original this time (unlike in the previous album).
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I enjoyed this album. It's consistent with "Black Butterfly," but it never comes close to the sheer ferocity of their first two albums (of which, "Time Bomb" is my favorite). Most of the reviewers so far have correctly identified the best tracks: "Oh My Lord," "Recovery," "Never Say Never" and "Dead."

That said, Keith Nelson needs to stop producing his band's albums, and get someone who will push the band (especially Josh) to realize their true potential as songwriters and performers.

For instance: "Our World" is a good song, but it's also a prime example of a song that doesn't transition well between its various parts. Sadly, there are several songs like this on "All Night Long." A good producer would have pushed the band until they smoothed out these bumps.

Another thing the band needs is a return to the raunch. As a writer, Josh Todd shows a Rolling Stones-like ability to make raunchy lyrics palatable. Not since "15," however, has he pushed his range or melodies. A good producer would push him to sing balls out from start to finish like he did on "Time Bomb," an album which he claimed at the time represented how he always wanted Buckcherry to sound.

On this album, there's nothing special or new about the rhythyms - just standard rock, blues and shuffles. Some of these songs will make you move your feet, yet the moments where Josh hits upon a good groove are always short-lived. The title track and "Never Say Never" are good examples of where the verse locks in a great (albeit short) groove with lyrics that roll off the tip of the tongue and turn a gait into a swagger. An outside producer would work with the band until they could sustain those moments a little longer.
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