Superchick (or Superchic[k
]) is an American Christian Rock
band formed in 1999.
The band currently consists of:
- Max Hsu (DJ, Keyboards)
- Tricia Baumhardt (née Brock) (Lead Vocals)
- Matt Dally (Bass, Vocals)
- Dave Ghazarian (Guitar, Keyboards)
- Chase Lovelace (Drums)
- Karaoke Superstars (2001)
- Last One Picked (2002)
- Regeneration (2003)
- Beauty from Pain (2005)
- Rock What You Got (2008)
- Reinvention (2010)
Superchick provide examples of the following tropes:Musician TropesMusic Tropes
Music Video Tropes
- Amazon Brigade: "So Beautiful".
"When every girl can see her beauty we will be an army."
- Audience Participation Song: "Hey Hey".
- Author Catchphrase: After the song of the same name on their debut album, "One Girl Revolution" (or some variant of) tends to pop up once an album.
"Some days it's hard to be a one girl revolution." - One and Lonely from Last One Picked
"I'm gonna make a one girl stand." - Me Against the World from Regeneration
"Revolutions start when someone crosses the line." - Cross the Line from Rock What You Got
- Captain Obvious: "Bowling Ball".
"You need that boy like a bowling ball dropped on your head. Which means not at all."
- Cerebus Syndrome: While not too drastic, their earlier albums were still a bit more cheerful than currently.
- Christian Rock
- Deceptively Silly Title: Their remixes usually have humorous names like "Dropped Chevy Mix," "Space Monkey Lab Mix," "Red Pill Mix," "Box Office Blockbuster Mix," "Vampires Vs Cheerleaders Mix" and "Teens Falling In/Out Of Love Mix." They, more often than not, have almost nothing to do with the actual song.
- Determinator: "One More".
- I Am What I Am: "Real". Name dropped in the opening line no less.
- Like Parent, Like Spouse: "Barlow Girls".
"All the boys in the band want a Valentine from a Barlow girl. The boys think they're the bomb. 'Cause they remind them of their mom."
- Mohs Scale of Rock and Metal Hardness: Anywhere between 1 ("Courage") and 6 ("Hey Hey").
- The Not Remix: While it's still a remix album, Reinvention feels like this in comparison to Regeneration. However, "Stand in the Rain (Symphonic Mix)" is a more straight example.
- One-Woman Army: "One Girl Revolution".
- One Woman Song: "Song 4 Tricia (Princes and Frogs)".
- Pep Talk Song: Half of the songs in their library.
- Rearrange the Song: Regeneration took songs from their first two albums and made them Darker and Edgier.
- Rerelease the Song: "One Girl Revolution (Battle Mix)" was put on the re-release of Beauty from Pain after debuting on the previous album.
- Rockstar Song: Inverted with "Karaoke Superstars" and "Rock Stars".
- Shout Out: "Song 4 Tricia (Princes and Frogs)" has a Back to the Future reference.
"...watch me for the changes and, uh, try to keep up."
- Suspiciously Similar Song: "Hey Hey" has been called this in comparison to "The Beautiful People" by Marilyn Manson.
- Stay in the Kitchen: "Me Against the World".
"They said don't try to change the world. You're just a girl."
- Step Up to the Microphone: "Princes and Frogs" is obviously not sung by Tricia.
- Studio Chatter: "Song 4 Tricia (Princes and Frogs)" and "Dave Ghazarian: Guitar Hero".
- Textless Album Cover: Karaoke Superstars.
- Unlikely Hero: "Hero".
- A Wild Rapper Appears: Whenever Matt is given vocals.
- Xtreme Kool Letterz: "Song 4 Tricia (Princes and Frogs)".