This album is just amazing! I love how it has a little bit of a metal sound to it like Dark Horse. My favorite song off the album is This Means War, its just amazing!
A++ Always amazing! Chad and the boys are unbelievably talented! Bring it on!!! IT'S WHAT WE'VE BEEN WAITING FOR!!!!!!
Nickelback is the best band ever!!!!!
By Minu Rosed
This album is awesome and has a great variety of songs.
By Bigbama 10
This is just watered down rock music for girls. The biggest problem I have with nickelback is their lead singer. His voice is like sandpaper for god sake!
Same thing over and over
By J David Kramden
I like nickelback, but they do the same thing EVERY album and it really getting stale. I wish they'd do something different because they have more potential then they put on the table. But knowing this band, they'd probably ware that style out too.
not the best of there albums
A Great NB Album!
"Here And Now" has a great mix of heavier and lighter Nickelback material, and the single "This Means War" is quite possibly the heaviest song they've done in a while. I know it's been out for a while now, but if you don't already have this album, go and get it. You won't be dissapointed.
By Nickleback lover. 15
I love nickleback so mush this is a really awesome album
I love nickleback
Strong and consistent like food poisoning.
By Earnest Absurd
When it comes to our current state of rawk, let's put the blame where it belongs shall we? Nirvana. If Kurt and the boys could have foreseen what drivel they would inspire in the coming years, they would have joined the Gin Blossoms and would now be content residing at the bootom of the cut-out bin under Ace of Base safe in the knowledge that such crimes against compressed air were never made. Alas, here we are and we have Nickelback. It's like we are living in some alternative Harlan Ellison universe where we the record buying public just didn't buy enough copies of "Dirty" by Sonic Youth to keep the music industry blue meanies from searching the Great White North for a deeper river of moolah. Nickelback did what any smart band should have done with the so-called grunge wave. They took it to your Middle School Science Lab, distilled it with a stick of wood, threw out that weird magical liquid essence and kept the tiny burnt stick that was left to double-track lyrics on to it that make AC/DC sound like T.S. Eliot. Chad Kroeger's vocals were surely recorded while taking a "Number 2" and screaming at his wife about buying the wrong kind of toilet paper again. The guitar tone relies too much on the ever effective someone-kicking-a-lawnmower-'til-it-stays-on drone. As for the other sounds these guys force pro-tools to digitize, the bass player and drummer would get better results throwing dinner rolls at a garden rake and a gutted '85 Chevy Chevette. Good work again lads, you've managed to finally warp our musical universe so far in the wrong direction you succeeded in making the Stone Temple Pilots look like the Velvet Underground of our modern age.