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Name: Run Run Run
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Published/Updated: 13 Nov 2007, 21:16

Biography: Rx3 makes available their new full length, "PICO". After 2 straight years on the road, RUN RUN RUN took most of 2009/10 off to record these 11 new tracks; including "On and On" which is currently being played KROQ in Los Angeles. The title track, "Pico" was featured as "Top Tune of the Day" on KCRW. These songs were written and then test driven all around the U.S. before going in to record. Legendary musician and producer, Herb Alpert provided the band's co-producer, Mike Harrison, with his vintage API console that had been housed at the famous A&M studios. The sound of the new record is big, thunderous, crisp and classic. Rx3 is now a 5 piece, having added keys to this record.
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Last year: With their Winter tour underway, they released the "Good Company" ep on January 27, 2009. This is a full digital release (including I-Tunes) and features their new video for the title track (available for download). These songs have already landed them on KROQ, the former INDIE 103.1 in L.A. as well as radio stations across the U.S. Rx3 recorded this e.p. with U.K. hitmaker Noah Shain and legendary front man, Steve Perry. Listen for tracks on MTV, VH1 and "The Hills." The "Good Company" video was directed by actress Pauley Perrette (NCIS,ALMOST FAMOUS, THE RING) and Michael Bosman for PM radio.

On the road: Fall of '07 to Fall 2008, Runx3 headlined their own U.S. club tours, showcased for KCRW at CMJ, appeared at SXSW and played shows with Interpol, Ween, The Bravery and Sparta.

Previously, Run Run Run's unique indie rock sound and hypnotic lo-fi light show, two EPs and support slots for the Strokes, Psychedelic Furs and My Chemical Romance caught the attention of Billboard Magazine in fall of 2005. Billboard organized a showcase for the band. This performance and a residency at Silverlake's renowned Club Spaceland landed them a record deal for "Endless Winter." Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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