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Music Video: Leader of Men

Artisit: Nickelback

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Video Length: 3:31

  • Copyright: Nickelback

Music Video For Leader of Men By Artist Nickelback

Reviews For Leader of Men By Artist Nickelback

  • do u like the musiic video

    By white skull
    if u like the music video put YES if u dont put NO!!!!
  • acoustic...what acoustic?

    By nickalmand
    Haha, I love that this video has the acoustic guitar you hear represented by a Les Paul...great job. But seriously, compared with some of the crap Nickelback has come out with lately, this stuff is great.
  • Real fans know

    By Lethewaters
    It's nice to see some of the band's earlier stuff up here. This is from the album (The State) that made then popular in the US. Try checking out "The Curb" with their Canadian stuff
  • Way back

    By Chicago Cubs Fan 4ever
    Just good to hear some Nickelback that wasn't way overplayed by the radio.

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