Chill'em All

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Chill'em All
Champion Chill Em All.jpg
Studio album by Champion
Released November 2004
Genre Electronica
Length 50:35
Label Saboteur Records
Producer Maxime Morin
Champion chronology
Chill'em All
The Remix Album

Chill'em All is the debut album by Canadian electronic musician Champion, released in 2004 on Saboteur Records.

A 32-second cut of "No Heaven" serves as the opening theme for the 2009 Canadian TV series The Line. "No Heaven" was also used in a trailer for the First-person shooter/Role-playing game Borderlands, in addition to playing over the game's end credits. Also featured in the endings of the video game Army of Two.

Track listing[edit]

1."Sergio's Trio"3:08
2."No Heaven"3:26
4."The Plow"4:06
5."Gore Gore"4:03
6."Die in Peace"5:49
7."Keep On"4:25
10."Two Hoboes"3:30
11."Guy Doune"4:15


Country Certification Sales/shipments
Canada Gold[1] 50,000


  1. ^ CRIA Gold & Platinum certifications for December 2006 Archived October 1, 2007, at the Wayback Machine.. Retrieved July 25, 2007.