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Album Review

Grand Champeen continues to proffer solid corn-fed indie rock on disc number two, the wonderfully christened Battle Cry for Help, coming off like the Replacements if they, instead of aping the Stones, wanted to be cowboys. "One Foot on the Stage," a smoky alt-country hopper, smashes head-on into the early-period Soul Asylum-styled thrasher "Nothin' on Me" consecutively, nicely encapsulating the two extremes of the band. Occasionally the album tries to get too cute for its own good and ambles on a bit, but you can't fault the energy or individualistic flair of the Austin (by way of Chapel Hill and Colorado) four-piece. ~ Brian O'Neill, Rovi

Biography

Formed: Austin, TX

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

First coming together while at boarding school in the late '80s, the founding members of Grand Champeen decided early on that their brand of rock & roll would be energetic, straight-ahead, and loud. Taking their cues from the Rolling Stones, Neil Young, the Replacements, early Soul Asylum, Uncle Tupelo, and others, Grand Champeen crafts honest rock songs best listened to at maximum volume. Guitarists and vocalists Channing Lewis and Michael Crow met drummer Ned Stewart while attending boarding...
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