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Album Review

After completely scrapping an entire album's worth of material for sounding too similar to its predecessor, Chill ‘Em All, Quebec DJ and producer Champion eventually returned to the music scene in 2009 with his second studio LP, Resistance. With regular vocalist Betty Bonifassi concentrating on her own indie electro duo, Beast, Champion enlisted the help of Montreal musician Pilou Cote for its 11 tracks, which include the singles "Alive Again" and "Perfect in Between." ~ Jon O'Brien, Rovi

Customer Reviews

Great Album

I had never heard of this band but heard Perfect in Between in a trailer and had to get the album. These guys have a great sound and I hope more people find out about them!

Keep on making music!

Perfect In Between

I was introduced to Champion by Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood's multiplayer trailer. I was instantly hooked the first five seconds with the guitar and the drum in the background. It just makes me want to bob your head,and tap to the beat with your pencil on your desk. It's a great song, no doubt. I love the chorus with the "Perfect In Between". Wicked guitar in the back. It's wickedly brilliant!

Great Beats!

I heard "Backing Off" in a Disney movie...which really surprised me. I love the upbeat tempo, it makes you want to get up and dance, the rest of the album is great too!


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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