|All Night Long|
|Studio album by|
|Released||August 3, 2010|
|Recorded||Late 2009-Early 2010|
|Label||Eleven Seven Music, Atlantic|
|Singles from All Night Long|
|The New Review|
|They Will Rock You|
|Hard Rock Hideout|
All Night Long is the fifth studio album by the American hard rock band Buckcherry. The album was released worldwide on August 3, 2010.
In an online video singer Josh Todd and guitarist Keith Nelson heavily hinted at several track titles that will feature on the upcoming album. The title track was available for free download on May 4, 2010, via their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
They also released another new song called "Our World" in aid of the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. "As musicians who have the benefit of the spotlight from time to time, we feel it is our duty to aid in raising awareness and financial support to help remedy the awful situation in the Gulf Of Mexico. It is so important that each and every one of us do what we can to help those out whose lives have been harshly impacted by the oil spill." – Josh Todd on the BP oil spill.
"All Night Long" appeared in a video package highlighting Wrestlemania XXVII.
The album sold around 28,000 units in its first week of release to land at position No. 10 on The Billboard 200 chart.
|1.||"All Night Long"||Josh Todd, Keith Nelson||3:54|
|2.||"It's a Party"||Todd, Nelson, Marti Frederiksen||3:44|
|3.||"These Things"||Todd, Nelson, Jimmy Ashhurst||3:52|
|4.||"Oh My Lord"||Todd, Nelson||3:38|
|5.||"Recovery"||Todd, Nelson, Stevie D.||3:01|
|6.||"Never Say Never"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:43|
|7.||"I Want You"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:43|
|8.||"Liberty"||Todd, Nelson, Ashhurst||4:16|
|9.||"Our World"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen, Ashhurst||3:50|
|10.||"Bliss"||Todd, Nelson, Frederiksen||3:56|
|12.||"Lonely" (Japan bonus track)||Todd, Nelson||3:14|
|12.||"These Things" (Acoustic)||3:58|
|13.||"Fire Off Your Guns"||3:46|
|15.||"King of Kings"||4:49|
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