All the Right Reasons is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released on October 4, 2005. It is the band's first album with former 3 Doors Down drummer Daniel Adair, who replaced Ryan Vikedal in January 2005. The album topped the Canadian Albums Chart and the US Billboard 200 albums chart and has sold 12 million copies worldwide
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All the Right Reasons is the fifth full-length studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released on October 4, 2005 via Roadrunner Records. The album became Nickelback’s first and only album to reach the top of the Billboard 200 chart. A total of seven singles were released from the album: Photograph, Animals, Far Away, Savin' Me, Rockstar, If Everyone Cared, and Side of a Bullet
All The Right Reasons (CD, Album). The Nickelback sound has evolved dramatically over the past decade, from indie rock (with it's 'I hate the world' attitude) to rock pop. The previous 2 albums had a series of great songs, but as whole albums they lacked melodicness, and consistency, and were in some cases downright boring to listen to.
With their fourth album, All the Right Reasons, Nickelback ditch any pretense of being a grunge band and finally acknowledge they're a straight-up heavy rock band. Not that they've left the angst of grunge behind: they're a modern rock band living in a post-grunge world, so there are lots of tortured emotions threaded throughout the 11 songs here
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All the Right Reasons is the fifth studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released on October 4, 2005.
Album · 2005 · 11 Songs. The album is best known for "Side of a Bullet," a powerful, hard rocking tribute to the late Dimebag Darrell Abbott of Pantera whose haunting, posthumous guitar solo was overdubbed here.