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Album: Here and Now

Artist: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2011
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • Copyright: ℗ 2011 The All Blacks B.V.

Tracklist For Here and Now By Artist Nickelback

Title Artist Time
1
This Means War Nickelback 3:20 USD 1.29
2
Bottoms Up Nickelback 3:37 USD 1.29
3
When We Stand Together Nickelback 3:10 USD 1.29
4
Midnight Queen Nickelback 3:14 USD 1.29
5
Gotta Get Me Some Nickelback 3:41 USD 1.29
6
Lullaby Nickelback 3:48 USD 1.29
7
Kiss It Goodbye Nickelback 3:35 USD 1.29
8
Trying Not to Love You Nickelback 4:11 USD 1.29
9
Holding On to Heaven Nickelback 3:51 USD 1.29
10
Everything I Wanna Do Nickelback 3:26 USD 1.29
11
Don't Ever Let It End Nickelback 3:49 USD 1.29
12
When We Stand Together Nickelback 3:13 USD 1.99

Reviews For Here and Now By Artist Nickelback

  • Best

    5
    By Prestonshadows20
    Im a Nickelback through & through & this will laways be my favorite album from them. Every song is rockin & i think at times they a little harder than usual on this record!!!
  • Rocks

    5
    By texas chainsaw addict
    I like nickleback but this is not there best album by far
  • This means war

    5
    By 88hiatt
    I am sick of people criticizing nickel back for hat they do it not like we criticize you for what you do
  • One of my favorite albums

    5
    By Jackie0930
    Every song is great! Love love love this album!
  • Country

    5
    By Inferno__Beast
    Im a country music guy but i love this band.
  • Same "for the fans" release

    2
    By V4DER7758
    Does it pack a punch? Yeah, memorable? nah not really. Not all bad but still on that same old formula like Dark Horse had. It's one star because there's music here, it gets another for some talent.
  • Here and Now is great!

    5
    By LuvRomance!
    Great album! My favorites albums by Nickelback are All the Right Reasons and The Long Road. But I'd rank this one along Silver Side Up another favorite. Not many albums (past or present) have so many good songs. So happy with my purchase.
  • Overview

    4
    By Brad- Nickelback Fan
    This Means War- 4.5/5 One of the best on the record. As soon as you hear the intro, you know it'll be good. And you won't be disappointed. A heavy hitter with a great sound. Bottoms Up- 5/5 THE best on the record. I simply love it. It's catchy, has great vocals and instrumentals, a theme and lyrics that make you wanna crash someone's party, and just a great overall sound. A favorite of mine without a doubt. When We Stand Together- 4.5/5 Yet another great song. Off to a good start on this album! Has a catchy rhythm and beat to it and is just a catchy lighter track overall. Midnight Queen- 3.5/5 A suggestive song, however it has a great head banging sound to it instrumentally. Gotta Get Me Some- 5/5 Second best on the record. The post-chorus is simply AMAZING and is my favorite part of any song on this record. Can't get it out of my head. Lullaby- 4/5 An uplifting song that, well, just puts you in a good mood. A classic Nickelback pop-rock song that Nickelback fans can't love enough. Kiss it Goodbye- 3/5 A, well, suggestive.. song that, lyrically, I'm not a fan of. However instrumentally, can't get my limit of. Trying Not to Love You- 3.5/5 Another uplifting song, this time a love song with a good rhythm and sound to it. Holding on to Heaven- 4/5 An uplifting pop-rock song that hits home with me personally, so I may be biased on this but I think it's a great song. Everything I Wanna Do- 2/5 In my opinion the worst on the record. Instrumentals I'm not a fan of, lyrics I don't like.. Just not my song. Don't Ever Let it End- 3/5 A song that is basically describing breaking out of a girls friend zone. It's just okay.
  • Awesome Album, But can notice religion.

    5
    By Carhartfamily
    They killed it, lots of good material here. Only thing is that it's getting a little too repetitive, let's see what happens.
  • This album is enjoyable if you've followed Nickelback

    3
    By ChayGuy
    I've been a fan since I was in my teens in the early 2000s. This album has their signature sound and tunes that get the blood going. But I sort of got the impression that this was more for older fans like myself who've been following them for years. That's great for fans like me, but I'm not sure that it appealed to any newer fans. On an unreated note, I can't believe what Avril Levign has done to Chad Kroeger. He's gone soft and let her desecrate "How You Remind Me". I hear Nickelback has a new album they're working on. I have my fingers crossed that when I buy it, they're still Nickelback and not something that Levign has "Yoko Ono'd".

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