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Album: Get Rollin'

Artist: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2022
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 11

  • Copyright: ℗ 2022 Nickelback II Productions, Inc. under exclusive license to BMG Rights Management (US) LLC

Tracklist For Get Rollin' By Artist Nickelback

Title Artist Time
1
San Quentin Nickelback 3:31 USD 1.29
2
Skinny Little Missy Nickelback 3:37 USD 1.29
3
Those Days Nickelback 3:39 USD 1.29
4
High Time Nickelback 3:54 USD 1.29
5
Vegas Bomb Nickelback 3:45 USD 1.29
6
Tidal Wave Nickelback 3:32 USD 1.29
7
Does Heaven Even Know You're M Nickelback 3:43 USD 1.29
8
Steel Still Rusts Nickelback 4:27 USD 1.29
9
Horizon Nickelback 3:15 USD 1.29
10
Standing In The Dark Nickelback 4:01 USD 1.29
11
Just One More Nickelback 3:38 USD 1.29

Reviews For Get Rollin' By Artist Nickelback

  • Pretty good

    5
    By Dead Kennedys are dead
    For all the flack this band gets this is a decent rocking album. Couple of cheesy tunes but over all it’s solid. Nice job, still like Leader of Men best.
  • It’s so bad it’s good

    5
    By O.A.R Fan88
    It all sounds like look at this photograph
  • expected a bit more

    3
    By The Cross is Enough!
    For a band that took a 4 year hiatus, Get Rollin' is very average. I like 3 songs. In order: Steel Still Rusts, Tidal Wave, and Just 1 More. The rest is very forgettable. The songs are overly repetitive and just not well crafted. I was expecing more from Nickelback but I am still a fan and they have enough great content from the past to make a killer tour.
  • Vintage Nickelback

    5
    By The Sox Kid
    Perfect album. Much better than the last two the released. Feels like the old-school Nickelback and just hits different like it did in the early 2000’s. This album is a callback to what they do best and it absolutely works.
  • For NB Fans!

    5
    By stop the pop
    The trendy haters sure do spend a lot of time bashing this band. This album rocks!! While I’ve enjoyed their entire catalog, they were getting a bit experimental for a minute, perhaps for themselves or perhaps to try and appease the haters. If the latter was the case, they’ve apparently realized that those chuckleheads will never be satisfied but their long-time fan base still exists. This album fits right into the All the Right Reasons and Dark Horse era. Completed with hard rock bangers (San Quentin-perhaps their hardest rocking song ever & Skinny Little Missy), classic NB-style ballads (Does Heaven Even Know You’re Missing, Those Days) and laid back groovers (High Time, Tidal Wave). They remain one of the best live rock bands out there. Looking forward to this tour!
  • Roll Right By This One

    2
    By Supt3100
    After the hard edged opening track, the rest of it deteriorates quickly, never again flexing the muscle of the album’s lead single.
  • Catchy vintage album cover, crap music

    1
    By will1948
    Not feeling it. Sorry
  • This just isn't the same band that I used to like.

    1
    By LowPoppy34873
    Okay, long time fan, and this is the first one star review that I've left. I used to love this band, the ablums that they had released in the 2000's were some of the best music that they had made. These last 3 albums have done nothing as far as them returning to the sound that made them famous. Just as with No Fixed Address, and Feed the Machine, Get Rollin' does the same thing as the last albums listed, they get you with a pretty good sounding first song and get you with a good more popular sounding ballad, then the rest of the album falls flat on it's face and is the same crap on repeat. Far too long have I hoped that this band would return to the sounds of Silver Side Up and The Long Road, back when they had hard hitting riffs and songs that sounded better than the crap they put out today. Sorry guys, maybe I'll come back around when the band goes back to that sound.
  • First full album I've bought ina long time

    5
    By Orange20
    I am a selective Nickelback fan. I never liked ALL their songs before. Purchased quite a few, but never a full album. That ended today. I really like every song. Is it mainstream? Maybe. Is it too pop? Maybe. But do I care about others' opinions? No. Just here to enjoy a great album... and I'll be doing just that.
  • Great

    5
    By Hardrock_4171
    Don’t care if you like them or not, they rock, period! Great set of tunes from a great band!

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