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Three Chord Revolution is an album by Ann Beretta, released in 2003.
AllMusic called Three Chord Revolution "a fine, modern-day punk rock album."The Richmond Times-Dispatch called it "fast and furious rock, a little on the punk side, with the same knack for a good pop melody as legendary acts like the Ramones and the Clash."
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NOFX is an American punk rock band, formed in Los Angeles, California in 1983. Vocalist/bassist Fat Mike, guitarist Eric Melvin and drummer Erik Sandin are original founding and longest-serving members of the band, who have appeared on every release of the band, although Sandin departed briefly in 1985 only to rejoin the following year. El Hefe joined the band in 1991 to play lead guitar and trumpet, rounding out the current line-up.
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Ann Beretta is a punk rock band from Richmond, Virginia. Formed in 1996 by Rob Huddleston, Leer Baker, Chris Rupp and Russ Jones, the band plays straightforward punk with small doses of rockabilly and country mixed into their sound.
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