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There are three artists with this name: 1. An alternative rock band from the United States 2. A rock band from Sweden 3. A power pop band from Finland 1. The Refreshments were a rock band from Arizona formed in 1992. They wrote and performed the title theme of King of the Hill, an animated series. The band split up in 1997, after releasing the album The Bottle and Fresh Horses and breaking from Mercury Records, their record label. Lead singer Roger Clyne and P.H. Naffah regrouped to form Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers. Buddy Edwards is now a writer and has published his first novel Stuck Outside of Phoenix. Brian Blush is now a member of the local Arizona band Disasteroid, as well as doing regular acoustic shows, and his side project Luck and Trouble. 2. The Refreshments are also a Swedish rock group formed 1990 in Gävle. During their first years they mainly played covers of 1950s rock-n-roll songs. Their debut album was the 1995 Both Rock'n'Roll followed by Trouble Boys. Both albums were produced by Billy Bremner who also played in the band during a few years. Most of their songs are written by bass player Joakim Arnell. After the piano player Johan Blohm joined the band, they began playing the occasional country song. Two of their biggest hits are "Miss You Miss Belinda" and "One Dance, One Rose, One Kiss." In 2003 thay had a big selling album with Rock'n'Roll X-mas. The Refreshments have also worked with Dave Edmunds, resulting in the live album A Pile Of Rock. http://www.refreshments.nu/ 3. The Refreshments were a Finnish power pop band, which released few singles and one album during 90's. The Refreshments attracted some international attention and they made split single and mini tour with UK indie band called Mega City Four. The Refreshments broke up during the recording sessions of their second album. From the ruins of The Refreshments arose Mental Market, which made one album before breaking up. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.