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Influenced by Lawrence Gellert's Negro Songs of Protest, Chill'em All is the debut album from Canadian DJ/producer Maxime Morin, aka Champion. Released in 2005, its combination of bluesy guitars and electro-lounge production spawned the hit single "No Heaven," which was also used as the theme tune to TV show The Line, and featured vocals from regular collaborator Betty Bonifassi. ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi


Formed: 1999 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Montreal, Québec native Maxime Morin played guitar in metal and punk bands until the mid-'90s, when his interest in electronic music provoked him to produce his own tracks. He produced and performed as Le Max and Mad Max, co-founded a studio for jingles and soundtracks and, in 2003, provided some of the instrumentation for the Academy Award-nominated film Les Triplettes de Belleville. Then, after changing his name to DJ Champion, he sought to fuse rock and dance music. His releases...
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