Treble Charger in their "Hundred Million" video.
|Origin||Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada|
|Genre(s)||Indie rock, Pop punk|
|Years active||1992–2006, 2012–present|
|Label(s)||ViK Records, Nettwerk, RCA, Sonic Unyon Records, Smokin' Worm Records|
|Greig Nori, Rosie Martin, Trevor MacGregor, Bill Priddle|
Originally, they were named NC-17 until an American band with the same name threatened to sue. They adopted the name Treble Charger, but named their debut album NC17 in 1994.
In 1995, the band released Self Title, which included a CD-ROM track promoting 30 of Treble Charger's favourite Canadian indie bands, including The Inbreds, Change of Heart, By Divine Right, Hayden and Thrush Hermit.
1997's Maybe It's Me was the band's major label debu which featured the hit "Friend of Mine". Several of their songs from this album were also featured in the 1999 film Mr. Music.
Wide Awake Bored, was released in 2000 and featured the hit singles "American Psycho" and "Brand New Low". In 2002, Treble Charger released Detox, featuring hit single "Hundred Million" and "Don't Believe It All".
"American Psycho" was used in promotional advertisements for the direct-to-video movie American Pie: Band Camp, and featured in the movie Dude, Where's My Car?. In February 2006, Greig Nori disbanded Treble Charger, at that time, ending their 14 year career.
In January 2012, the band played a reunion show at The Indie Awards in Toronto as part of Canadian Music Week.
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