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No. 27: Chevelle, ‘The Red’ – Top 21st Century Hard Rock Songs

Epic Records

‘The Red’ was a massive breakthrough single for rock trio Chevelle off of their major label debut ‘Wonder What’s Next.’

With crunchy guitar riffs and an infectious chorus “So lay down / The threat is real / When his sight goes red again” complete with themes of anger and aggravation it’s no wonder why ‘The Red’ remains a fan favorite. A decade later, frontman Pete Loeffler and the rest of Chevelle are still rocking the charts with their latest album ‘Hats Off to the Bull.’

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