The multi-platinum, chart-topping rock band, Nickelback will celebrate the 15th anniversary of All The Right Reasons, an album that boasts its status of being RIAA Diamond-certified #1, with a newly remastered and expanded version. This two-CD set is scheduled to be released on October 2 via Universal Music Canada, along with digital availability on all streaming platforms.
To kick off the release of this collection, Nickelback is set to release “a rare and remastered acoustic version of their #1 hit single ‘Photograph.’” This is available now with the album pre-order.
All The Right Reasons, was Nickelback’s third consecutive #1 album. This album “topped the charts in Canada, the U.S., U.K., Germany, Australia, and New Zealand. To date, it has sold more than 19 million copies worldwide and has been certified diamond by the RIAA and 9x Platinum in Canada. The record produced seven singles, including five Top 20 hits: ‘Photograph,’ ‘Savin’ Me,’ ‘Far Away,’ ‘Rockstar’ and ‘If Everyone Cared.’” According to guitarist Ryan Peake, “We are so proud of the fact that this album connected with people the way it has. As an artist, you can only ever hope for something like that to happen.”
This anniversary edition was remastered from the original 2005 album, “along with a selection of B-sides that includes a cover of Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You,’ and acoustic versions of the chart-topping singles ‘Photograph,’ ‘Too Bad’ and ‘Someday.’ The collection also features a live recording of Nickelback’s August 8, 2006 performance in Sturgis, ND during the annual Sturgis Bike Rally. The 12-song performance was originally released on DVD as Live at Sturgis 2006.”
This is an extra special blast from the past for those who have followed Nickelback’s career from the beginning. Make sure to mark your calendars for the October 2 release!
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