All the Right Reasons

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All the Right Reasons
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All the Right Reasons is the fifth album by Canadian rock band Nickelback, released on October 4, 2005 on Roadrunner Records. It is the band's first album with former 3 Doors Down drummer Daniel Adair, who replaced Ryan Vikedal in January 2005.

Tracklist[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Follow You Home" 4:20
2. "Fight for All the Wrong Reasons" 3:44
3. "Photograph" 4:18
4. "Animals" 3:06
5. "Savin' Me" 3:39
6. "Far Away" 3:58
7. "Next Contestant" 3:34
8. "Side of a Bullet" 3:00
9. "If Everyone Cared" 3:38
10. "Someone That You're With" 4:01
11. "Rockstar" 4:15
Total length: 41:33

Bad Qualities[edit]

  1. Bad production on half the songs.
  2. "Far Away" and "If Everyone Cared" are very cheesy and generic soft rock songs.
  3. Bad mixing on half the songs.
  4. "Rockstar" and "Photograph" are incredibly overplayed songs.
  5. "Rockstar" is just a song talking about bunch of cliché things that rockstars do.
  6. "Photograph" gives a sense of nostalgia that can capture the feeling of remeniscenting in old childhood memories, but unfortunately ends up being an average song at best.
  7. The lyrics on "Animals" sounds like if a horny 13-year-old was assigned to write them.
  8. While "Next Contestant" is decent, it's kinda forgettable.
  9. Bad lyrics on half of the songs.

Good Qualities[edit]

  1. Good songs like, "Follow You Home", "Next Contestant", and "All the Wrong Reasons".
  2. "Savin' Me" is a beautiful song.
  3. The vocals are good for the most part.
  4. "Side of a Bullet" is meant to pay tribute to Dimebag Darrell and even features one of his outtakes.
  5. Billy Gibbons appears in "Follow You Home" and "Rockstar", and he does a good job as you'd expect.
  6. Lyrics are good half the time.
  7. Good production on half the songs.
  8. Good mixing on half the songs.