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Chevelle

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Chevelle  I Get It   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Send the Pain Below   buy on itunes
Chevelle  The Red   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Letter from a Thief   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)   buy on itunes
Chevelle  The Fad   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Point #1   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Jars   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Well Enough Alone   buy on itunes
Chevelle  The Clincher   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Closure   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Panic Prone   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Saferwaters   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Comfortable Liar   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Shameful Metaphors   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Mia   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Until You're Reformed   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Still Running   buy on itunes
Chevelle  It's No Good   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Sleep Apnea   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Antisaint   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Get Some   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Dos   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Paint the Seconds   buy on itunes
Chevelle  SMA (Live)   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Another Know It All   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Blank Earth   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Roswell's Spell   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Family System (Live)   buy on itunes
Chevelle  Grab Thy Hand (Live)   buy on itunes

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A band of brothers that formed in the mid-'90s — when their youngest member (former bassist Joe Loeffler) was just 14 — Chevelle has spent more than a decade honing their heavyweight sound, a soft/loud switchboard that's in constant danger of being pulled. While the group's three-pronged attack was as gnarly as a 1,000-year-old tree at first, they quickly shifted to an arena-ready sound with [i]Wonder What's Next[/i]. An ambitious affair that earned many Tool comparisons, it proved that Chevelle could climb the charts without losing an ounce of credibility, from the barbed balladry of "Closure" to the swirling psychedelia of "The Red." The same goes for every song they've made since, including the caustic choruses of "Another Know It All," the sputtering rhythm section of "Still Running," and husky high notes of "Midnight to Midnight."
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