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I don't expect to see many people here, but since I had hijacked the DeF LEppARd thread to talk about Nickelback I thought I would go ahead and start a proper thread for Nickelback.

This is an article from last year: https://rockcelebrities.net/nickelba...ummer-of-2022/

I know they are going out on Tour this year, but can find nothing about any new album.
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This is one of my favorite songs.

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I got into them in 2001 when Silver Side Up was released. I remember thinking "How You Remind Me" was the best song I ever heard when I first heard it. Couldn't get enough of it. (I was 15 years old at the time and had only discovered a small fraction of the music I now love!) It got way overplayed though and I could quite happily go the rest of my life without ever hearing it again!

My favourite album of there's has always been The Long Road. I think that was when they were starting to really cross over into "mainstream" rock which would eventually lead to the much more commercial-sounding All The Right Reasons, which had several good songs on there but I found the album as a whole was lacking.

Their music on the whole has never really been "deep" or meaningful or anything like that but I used to find their music catchy and fun to listen to. Tonally and production-wise, it was usually very satisfying, but I think they just became more and more lowest common denominator. They were the support band for Bon Jovi during the Have a Nice Day UK tour in 2006 so I at least got to see them which was great. I remember when Chad Kroeger stopped and asked the crowd, "How many of you own a CD called All The Right Reasons?" and there was a mostly awkward silent afterward!

By the way, if you use the search function, or click the tag at the bottom of this thread, you'll find loads of threads about Nickelback.
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I got into them in 2001 when Silver Side Up was released. I remember thinking "How You Remind Me" was the best song I ever heard when I first heard it. Couldn't get enough of it. (I was 15 years old at the time and had only discovered a small fraction of the music I now love!) It got way overplayed though and I could quite happily go the rest of my life without ever hearing it again!

My favourite album of there's has always been The Long Road. I think that was when they were starting to really cross over into "mainstream" rock which would eventually lead to the much more commercial-sounding All The Right Reasons, which had several good songs on there but I found the album as a whole was lacking.

Their music on the whole has never really been "deep" or meaningful or anything like that but I used to find their music catchy and fun to listen to. Tonally and production-wise, it was usually very satisfying, but I think they just became more and more lowest common denominator. They were the support band for Bon Jovi during the Have a Nice Day UK tour in 2006 so I at least got to see them which was great. I remember when Chad Kroeger stopped and asked the crowd, "How many of you own a CD called All The Right Reasons?" and there was a mostly awkward silent afterward!

By the way, if you use the search function, or click the tag at the bottom of this thread, you'll find loads of threads about Nickelback.
LOL I never thought to try and check because I thought there was no way any threads would be on here. Thanks for telling me

I understand what you mean about overplayed. There have been songs I really loved before they got played a million times.
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If you like Nickelback, might be worth checking out Theory of a Deadman if you haven't done so already.
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If you like Nickelback, might be worth checking out Theory of a Deadman if you haven't done so already.
I actually have already done so. I have some CD's from them.
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I wish they would put some new music out!
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Never understood the hate. I wouldn’t say I like them but there’s a few songs I really enjoy from them.
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