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Artist: Nickelback

Title: Here And Now

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Category: Modern Hard Rock

Year: 2011

Label: Roadrunner Records

Catalog Number: RR7709-2

Personnel

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

Tracks

1.  This Means War  
2.  Bottoms Up  
3.  When We Stand Together  
4.  Midnight Queen  
5.  Gotta Get Me Some  
6.  Lullaby  
7.  Kiss It Goodbye  
8.  Trying Not To Love You  
9.  Holding On To Heaven  
10.  Everything I Wanna Do  
11.  Don't Ever Let It End  

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From: metalmaniac777 Date: January 4, 2012 at 10:56
For modern hard rock enthusiasts, this is definitely worth spending a few pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters on, even if it doesn't quite match up to its predecessor. Still, few bands in the genre today are as consistent as Nickelback and while their commercial crassness has been criticized--perhaps justifiably so--when it comes to pure ear-candy catchiness in a slick, modern, corporate-catering package, these go-to guys. Nothing on this new album is going to convert new congregants to the Nickelback flock, but those who have enjoyed the band in the past should certainly enjoy them in the here and now.

From: Sam Date: January 29, 2012 at 19:12
Another nice cd from Chad Kroeger and co. Lot of Def Leppard influences all over the songs (especially on "Bottoms Up", "Don't Ever Let It End"). Guns N' Roses echoes on "Midnight Queen". A.O.R. touches on "Holding on to heaven". And a terrific ballad that's solely worth the price: Lullaby. Just like on Dark Horse (which is still their best effort to me), every song is a winner.

From: Doug Date: February 1, 2012 at 15:40
"Bottoms Up" is my fave. The rest is pretty standard fare Nickelback, in my opinion.

From: elljam Date: June 16, 2012 at 14:07
This was never going to match up to the incredible Dark Horse but it gives it a good run for it's money. They've gone for a similar vibe as Dark Horse without quite reproducing the Mutt Lange magic. Still there are some cracking tracks on here such as "Bottoms up", "Midnight queen", "Lullaby", "Trying not to love you","Everything I wanna do" & with repeated plays the whole album gets better. As usual the lyrics don't disappoint & these guys continue to set the benchmark for modern melodic hard rock which exciting bands like Hinder & Daughtry have to raise their game to keep up.


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