Just because two things can go together doesn’t mean they should. For example, Nickelback and metal concerts. Or Nickelback and Jason Alexander. And today, Motown has the dubious honor of becoming the latest institution to be lassoed in service of the hugely popular Canadian band’s music. The most textbook aspects of the label’s cherished pop style – staples of JC Penney commercials for at least twenty years – are employed with little to no of the creative flair that makes them so enduring. But then, if it gives a few slightly embarrassing dads some joy to listen to as they’re driving to pick up their teens from football practice, who are we to judge?