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Superchic[k] is a US american contemporary Christian band. Critics say their music blends styles such as punk, rock, rap, and R&B to form a unique musical blend, which some critics liken to the band 311. Superchic[k] made its debut in 1999 at an Audio Adrenaline concert in front of an audience of 5,000. They continued to perform at live events throughout that year, self-releasing their first album, Karaoke Superstars, in 2000. The album was re-released after they signed to Inpop Records, and became their first official album. Since then, Superchic[k]'s music has appeared in several movies and television shows, including the movie Legally Blonde. Their music has received favorable reviews in both Christian and mainstream magazines.

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Superchic[k]'s song "Anthem" from the album Beauty From Pain was selected to be the theme song for MTV's Real World/Road Rules Challenge: The Gauntlet 2 in 2005. In 2006, Columbia Picture's movie Zoom featured the song "It's On" also from the album Beauty From Pain. The same song was used in a trailer for the 2007 film "Nancy Drew". Also in 2006, the song "We Live" was used for commercials for the upcoming ABC series "Brothers & Sisters". Superchic[k]'s song "Stand in the Rain" hit #1 on the Weekend 22 chart in October 2006. The song "Get Up" was a part of the Ice Princess Soundtrack and "One Girl Revolution" was in the Disney movie Cadet Kelly.

According to the band, Superchic[k] is a gender-neutral term meaning: Anyone willing to do what's right, anyone willing to risk rejection from the "in" crowd to help the underdog, anyone willing to stand up out of our armchair society and be counted among those who will do what matters.

Superchic[k]'s current lineup consists of Max Hsu (keyboards, DJ, guitar, primary songwriter), Tricia Brock (lead vocals), Melissa Brock (rhythm guitar, harmony vocals), Matt Dally (bass guitar, rap vocals, synthesizer), Dave Ghazarian (lead guitar) and Brandon Estelle (drums).