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The dissolute genre-mashing Brixton troupe's defining moment, fusing acid house and rock and roll to spectacular effect. Mixing country, blues and acid house, Alabama 3 formed after Rob Spragg and Jake Black met at a party in Peckham, South London. They christened their new band First Presleyterian Church of Elvis The Divine before renaming themselves Alabama 3.
They signed to One Little Indian in 1997 and released their debut album, Exile On Coldharbour Lane, in the same year. Most famously "Woke Up This Morning" was used on the opening credits of the TV show The Sopranos, and the band have celebrity fans in writers Irvine Welsh and Stephen King.