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Get Rollin' (Deluxe)

Get Rollin' (Deluxe)

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I was, like, 'There's just no way that you're the warden of San Quentin,' and everyone was, like, 'Yup. I don’t know how we sort of did that and how we got the acceptance from our fans to be able to do that, but we’re very lucky because we don’t have to record the same kind of music thinking to ourselves, ‘Well, the fans are expecting this, so we’ve just gotta give 'em a whole album of that. In truth, it’s probably the ballads that fare the worst, between nostalgia-pandering to the nth degree on Those Days, and a slushy love song in Does Heaven Even Know You’re Missing? Nickelback are unquestionably a singles band, meaning that when an album like Get Rollin’ comes out and places their stark, omnipresent limitations under a more scrutinising light, the established hits can wind up feeling like the exception to the rule. Tidal Wave's summery haze is deliciously strung out, one of those hypnotic songs that gets better with each play, and its dreamlike lilt contrasts with Steel Still Rusts' serious-as-cancer cautionary tale.

You mightn’t like it, and even from the position of recognising there is quality here, it’d be nice if more creative bands got even a fraction of the slice they have, but there are more worthwhile entities in the music industry to hate than this. But it’s weird to say this, but for 25 years it feels like someone’s been standing behind us with a cattle prod and telling us, ‘Hey, the record’s gotta be done at this time.

Amongst all these accolades, they’ve also been named Billboard’s “Top Rock Group of the Decade”, and they have received a staggering nine Grammy Award nominations, three American Music Awards, a World Music Award, a People’s Choice Award, twelve JUNO Awards, seven MuchMusic Video Awards, and have been inducted into Canada’s Walk of Fame (2007). San Quentin is the obvious standout, as the raucous, driving rocker pivoting closer to metal that’s become an invaluable asset for them in later years, but as far as middle-of-the-road rock goes, Steel Still Rusts and Standing In The Dark take their place among the band’s established canon with fair ease. We don’t share your credit card details with third-party sellers, and we don’t sell your information to others. On May 12, 2023, Nickelback announced an expanded deluxe edition of the album will be released on June 3, 2023, with an alternate blue cover. The second single "Those Days" was released on October 5, 2022, [26] followed by a music video on October 26.

On August 31, 2022, video of the band's video-shoot for the lead single " San Quentin" was posted online by fans who attended video-shoot via their social media posts. There’s no compositional genius to be found here, but it’s more than most like them could ever muster, and brushing against pop on 2014’s No Fixed Address and flirtations with metal on 2017’s Feed The Machine (their two most recent albums, at that) at least points towards a band aware of how immovable their longevity is. That can still be applied to an album like this, which isn’t even among their best, but shows a band dialling into what’s made them popular and successful for years, running with it, and producing the results that’ll ensure that keeps going for plenty of time yet to come.When the subject of a release date came up, Mike said “it’ll be done when it’s done”, explaining that he and band would rather not be confined to a timescale for fear of making “a shitty record”.



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