Superchic[k]’s Regeneration

Inpop Records’ award-winning rock group Superchic[k] has announced the release of the band’s third project, Regeneration, on October 21. Produced by Superchic[k]’s Max Hsu along with one track from Todd Collins (Toby Mac, Audio Adrenaline, Out of Eden), the project features eight newly-recorded versions of their hit songs including “One Girl Revolution,” Barlow Girls,” and “So Bright.” In addition to the “regenerations” of eight hits, the record will feature “Me Against The World,” which is featured prominently in this summer’s blockbuster movie, Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde.
Inpop Records’ general manager, Steve Ford, stated, “I believe this is a record that Superchic[k] fans are going to love. This record has so many great songs…some of them will be familiar hits while others like ‘I Belong To You’ are songs that already existed in some form or another, but have been given a whole new sound. Add to that a great song that’s featured in one of the summer’s biggest movies, and you’ve got a record that has something for everyone.”
Superchic[k]’s 2001 label debut, Karaoke Superstar, amassed piles of critical praise, topped R&R’s Christian Rock chart with “Barlow Girls,” was nominated for two Dove Awards as “Rock Album” and “Rock Song of the Year,” and landed nearly forty major TV/film placements, from “Alias” and “The Practice” to MTVs “The Real World” and the feature film The Glass House. The group’s upbeat anthem “One Girl Revolution” scored the soundtrack and main credits sequence for Reese Witherspoon’s 2001 hit Legally Blonde. In addition, the song was used by JC Penny for use in their ad campaigns throughout the airing of the 75th Annual Academy Awards telecast. Superchic[k]’s sophomore project, Last One Picked, continued where Karaoke Superstar left off, bringing more accolades including coverage in USA Today, Marie Claire, Seventeen and Pollstar. Their current radio hit, “Hero”, held the #1 spot on R&R’s Christian Rock chart for two weeks.
“Working on Regeneration has been a really good experience. It’s very interesting to look at these songs from a different perspective and give them a new identity,” said Hsu. About the song “Me Against The World,” he commented, “Writing for a picture is always challenging, since we were writing from Elle’s [the film’s main character] perspective rather than ours, but we love doing it. It’s always fun to do something in your basement and then go hear it at the theater.”
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