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Live From the Norva

Chevelle

Year: 2003

Runtime: 01:16:01

Live From The Norva features an hourlong set from alt-rockers Chevelle at the Norfolk, Virginia theater. The band delivers hits from their platinum-selling Wonder What’s Next, including "Send The Pain Below" and "Closure."

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Rock, Alternative

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Rock, Alternative, Pop, Instrumental, Indie, Metal, Documentary

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