39 Steps (band)
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|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Members||Chris Barry (vocals)
Richard Paul (guitar)
Joe Cerratto (bass)
Andre Gagne (drums)
39 Steps were a Canadian alternative rock/punk rock band from Montreal, Quebec best known for their single "Slip into the Crowd", a song by The 222s, which was performed in the Woody Allen film Hannah and Her Sisters in a scene set at CBGB's NYC.
Their name is taken from the classic work The Thirty-Nine Steps.
The band is no longer active. The lead singer Chris Barry  reunited with his first band, The 222s. The 222s had become the 39 steps in 1986 with the departure of Louie Rondeau on drums and the addition of Gagne and Paul.
- 39 Steps (Line) (1984)
- Slip Into The Crowd (RCA) (1987)
- Neon Bible (Blackheart/Cargo) (1993)
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