Nickelback can cut some more platinum notches in its belt. The band retains its core sound on "All the Right Reasons," but instead of playing it safe, touches on the edgier territory of its debut, "Th

Nickelback can cut some more platinum notches in its belt. The band retains its core sound on "All the Right Reasons," but instead of playing it safe, touches on the edgier territory of its debut, "The State." Less polish and more attitude are welcome changes that fire up the rock numbers and give them more snap; fans will be interested in the story behind the creation of the metal onslaught that is "Side of a Bullet."