To say the least, it seemed unlikely that Papa Roach would still be around, let alone topping the charting, in 2005. Granted, their debut single "Last Resort," from 2000?s Infest (one of rap-rock?s only throughly listenable albums), proved to be one of rap-rock?s more memorable anthems, it seemed rather unlikely for the band to stick around once the genre?s prominance began to drop, especially after their sophmore album seemingly fell on deaf ears. Well, turns out the band has weathered the storm that seemingly cleared rap/metal, rapcore and rap-rock off the map, and their recently released third album has already sold a million+ copies. To celebrate, the band, like most who have stuck around past the sophomore slump, get their own DVD. Well, quickly simply, if you like P-Roach, get it, if not, there?s nothing that?s too convincing here. Decent performance, good quality. Certainly wouldn?t have hurt to hear some of their old school jams like "Pee Wagon" or "829."