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Curb is the first studio album by Canadian rock band Nickelback. originally self-released by the
band on May 1, 1996, the album was later reissued by Roadrunner in 2002, with a different album
The album is named after a friend named Curby, who was killed in a car accident, along with his
girlfriend who was also in the car. The original album cover is a picture of the wrecked car that
Curby was killed in.
The songs "Where?", "Fly", "Left" and "Window Shopper" had previously been released on the band's
first extended play Hesher, and were re-recorded for the album. "Just Four" was later re-recorded
and released as "Just For" on the band's third album, Silver Side Up, in 2001.
When reissued in 2002, Curb entered the American Billboard 200 albums chart at number 182.
The album received its first certification 14 years after its release date; it was certified Gold in
Canada as of March 2010. The majorly distorted guitar riffs and raw vocals from Curb are not
as present in later releases.
"Fly" was released as the only single from the album, in July 1996, for which the band's first promotional
music video was also recorded. It showed the band playing at what appeared to be a party at
The re-released version of the album (2002) has a road on the cover, whereas the original 1996
version shows a wrecked car on the cover. The original is an extremely sought-after collector's
item. Get the difference now?