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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

Biography

Formed: 1999 in Seattle, WA

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

Champion is a Seattle, WA group formed with the intention of crafting some classic straight edge hardcore. Coming together in the spring of 1999 under guitarist Chris Williams and vocalist Jim Hesketh, the band put together some very interesting shows that were often hurt by constant line up changes. Drummer Todd Preboski and bassist Aram Arslanian came along in 2001 and solidified the band for the time, giving them enough of a structure to record their first single. It was received positively...
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