|Single by Treble Charger|
|from the album Detox|
|Genre||Punk rock, pop-punk|
|Treble Charger singles chronology|
"Hundred Million" is the first and most popular single from Treble Charger's fourth album, Detox. The song features backing vocals by Deryck Whibley and percussion by Steve Jocz, both from Sum 41. The song received a CASBY Award for "Favourite New Single" in 2002.
The music video was directed by Wendy Morgan and features cameos from Avril Lavigne, Gob, Sum 41, and Swollen Members. It became one of the top music videos of 2002 in Canada. It features several other Canadian punk bands and artists as cameos.
This was also the first music video which Avril Lavigne appeared in. The video caused some controversy when Tom Thacker of Gob mooned the camera near the end of the video, although it was frequently mistaken to be Lavigne. This misconception was referenced to when Lavigne pulled her pants halfway down to reveal MMVA written there at the 2003 MuchMusic Video Awards.
Awards and Nominations
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