Edge Of A Revolution
Love the sultry groove. Edge of a Revolution is another piece of of extremely clever Nickelback songwriting and clean, skilled performance. It feels like the natural successor to Burn it to the Ground and This Means War, with the stripper anthem beat of Gotta Get Me Some and Something In Your Mouth. Looking forward to more!
Been a fan since Curb Sitting on a "Curb" floating in "The State" of mind i'm in. Having trouble seeing the "Silver Side Up" of my own being. I have traveled "The Long Road" "For All The Right Reasons". I have sheltered my "Dark Horse", and I am focused on the "Here & Now". I am a father of two, wherever my girls want to be I am there. I guess you could say I have "No Fixed Address".
Decent, but not amazing. It's a radio-friendly return for Nickelback who've no doubt been told to produce at least one song that'll raise their profile again on the air. It's good, but I just hope the rest if the album is the Nickelback of old and not as tame as this.
America should listen Greatest song today and it fit perfectly with what the world needs. If I was in government id be scared ****less of this song.
Favorite band I don't care how many people hate Nickelback I love them and always will. Great song and glad they have new material.
I only gave this song 5 stars because f'ing bad azz wasn't an option!