The Priddle Concern
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The Priddle Concern

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The Priddle Concern, self-titled
(Sparks Music)



Bill Priddle was one of the first members of Treble Charger, along with Greig Nori, Rosie Martin and Morris Palter. Originally, the four of them called themselves "nc-17" (after the movie rating), until an American band of the same name had threatened to sue them, thus "Treble Charger" was born. However, they still called their first album nc-17. The group's first hit "Red" was written by Bill Priddle and was also re-recorded for their 1997 album Maybe It's Me. The second version seemed to be more of a success but wasn't posted as one because their first album "nc-17" was also re-released that same year.

At first, Treble Charger was an indie rock group until its 1997 album Maybe It's Me, which was the band's transition to pop punk. In 2001, Wide Awake Bored was their first official pop punk album.

In 2003, Bill Priddle left Treble Charger for good. He said that he left Treble Charger because punk rock "wasn't his style" and he claimed that he wanted to spend more time with his daughter.

Bill has been touring and playing with Broken Social Scene. He just got signed to Sparks Music (Spiral Beach are label mates) and his album is soon to be released.

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