Nickelback Albums Ranked

Nickelback is a Canadian rock band formed in 1995 in Hanna, Alberta, Canada. The band is composed of guitarist and lead vocalist Chad Kroeger, guitarist, keyboardist, and backing vocalist Ryan Peake, bassist Mike Kroeger, and drummer Daniel Adair. The band went through several drummer changes between 1995 and 2005, achieving its current lineup when Adair replaced drummer Ryan Vikedal. Nickelback is one of the most commercially successful Canadian rock bands, having sold more than 50 million albums worldwide. In 2009, Billboard ranked them the most successful rock group of that decade; their song “How You Remind Me” was listed as the best-selling rock song and the fourth best-selling song of the decade overall. They were listed number seven on the Billboard top artist of the decade, with four albums listed on the Billboard top albums of the decade. The band is based in Vancouver, British Columbia. The band’s original domestic signing was with EMI Canada, but they subsequently obtained an American deal with global distribution via Roadrunner Records. For the release of their seventh album, the band parted from EMI Canada and signed to Universal Music Canada. Here are all Nickelback albums ranked.

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9. Curb (1996)

“1st studio album from the best band on the planet I have all there albums and special editions plus the greatest hits, highly recommened”

8. No Fixed Address (2014)

“As a Nickelback fan myself, this CD is a must have. Upbeat, it gets your body moving and it makes for great traveling music. You won’t be disappointed, give it a try.”

7. The State (1998)

“Simply stated (no pun intended)…….this is the best album Nickelback has put out. The songs rock and arent repetitive sounding. I have tried to get into realeases after this, but they fail to rock out like this one does. BUY IT IF YOU ARE A TRUE FAN!”

6. The Long Road (2003)

“This is a great follow on from the 2001 hit album ‘Silver Side Up’, which this album develops on and makes a better sound, better melodies and better lyrics; which give the album the push to make it one of the great albums of the 00’s. The tunes are heart-stopping, which ‘Figured You Out’ having a great guitar intro, and the melodic follow on ‘Should’ve Listened’ makes the album much better than their first effort, ‘Silver Side Up’, which fit the time well. The fast paced album opener ‘Flat On the Floor’ is an eye opener, with a constant drum bashing and guitar mashing being the centerpiece of the whole song. The vocals are riveting, with great lyrics to go with Chad Kroeger’s mind-blowing singing voice; which is very distinct. ‘”

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5. Here and Now (2011)

“Lullaby” is my favorite song on this album, followed by “This Means War”, “Trying Not to Love You” and “When We Stand Together”. “Bottom’s Up” is also pretty awesome.”

4. Feed the Machine (2017)

“One of the best, and hardest, albums to date. While a few songs are somewhat more pop-oriented, like Song on Fire, you can’t deny that Coin for the Ferryman, Betrayal III, and even Feed the machine are definitely head-on hard rock. This is Chad Ryan Mike and Daniel at their best. Yes, it’s very polished and tight, but that is also a result of how long this band has been playing together. There’s nothing earthshaking here, just solid and straight forward hard rock and roll perfect for a long roadtrip, pre-tune, or just plain rockin’ out.”

3. Silver Side Up (2001)

“The songs that stand out on this album are “Never Again”, “Too Bad”, “Just For”, “Woke Up This Morning”, “Money Bought” and “Good Times Gone”. I do not like “How You Remind Me” too much because of all of the radio airplay it got when the song became popular. In my view, the overplay on the radio killed “How You Remind Me”.”

2. Dark Horse (2008)

“I enjoy many varieties of music genre. This is a great CD with wonderful songs when I am in that mood. Bought it for one song (not really the best idea a lot of times) and have not been disappointed in the other songs too! Can’t say they are my favorites but the song “If Today Was Your Last Day” is amazing! It’s the song that hooked me on their music to take a moment and listen carefully to their words. Great song messages in them all! ”

1. All the Right Reasons (2005)

“Nickelback is one of those bands that always seem to get slated by rock and metal fans and critics and it has always confused me as I’ve always thought they’re a decent band despite never blew me away and with All The Right Reasons in 2005 they proved again that they are more than capable of writing solid rock songs. Starting off with Follow You Home, possibly one of their best tracks, then following it with Fight For all the Wrong Reasons, Photograph and Animals, the Nickers boys were onto a winner straight away.”