Nickelback: Feed The Machine

Nickelback SKU: 33708973
Nickelback: Feed The Machine

Nickelback: Feed The Machine

Nickelback SKU: 33708973

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Feed The Machine
Artist: Nickelback
Label: BMG Rights Managemen
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 190296960192
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing includes digital download. Co-produced with Chris Baseford, Nickelback's ninth studio album Feed The Machine showcases a more aggressive and urgent sound from the band. With the title track and lead single, Nickelback explores the struggle for people to think for themselves on a variety of levels within this tumultuous digital fueled era. Introspective and timely, the track offers a pulsating slice of the Nickelback aural experience. With that gauntlet thrown, follow-up track "Coin for the Ferryman" takes the listener on a road trip that promises, "we can make it but we take the chance of never going back home," while additional single "Must Be Nice" offers up 100 mile an hour in your face rock-n-roll. The album does not shy away from also touching upon matters of the heart either. On "Song on Fire," the band talks about the need to love or be loved, your heart yearning for something that your rational mind knows is impossible to hold onto.


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