Strange lights descend on the city of Los Angeles, drawing people outside like moths to a flame where an extraterrestrial force threatens to swallow the entire human population off the face of the Earth.
The face of modern rock is the face of Nickelback. It is the scratchy-haunting voice of frontman Chad Kroeger. It is the powerful message living inside every chord. And it manifests in this awesome (by the dictionary definition of the word) anthology of five superior, stark music videos: the mystical "Leader of Men," the hypnotic "How You Remind Me," the compelling "Too Bad," the raging "Never Again," and best of all, the bitingly bittersweet "Someday," a somber, almost tear-provoking romance. People tend to be very harsh when it comes to music videos, saying that it's better just to listen to the songs by themselves. However, these five cornerstones of music consist of both intense (even tragic) songs by the great Nickelback and the eerily appropriate video that attaches to each of them. At this time, the IMDb rating for this title is shockingly low. But there can be very few reasons for this. Either the people who rated this dislike the band, or they've never actually seen this compilation. Those who have know that it is the most powerful, emotional filmic tribute to rock music in existence. If you're not staggered by this classic DVD, you're just not a rock fan. That's all there is to it.
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