A wheel that has been chromed by AAA Rims. These wheels do not come chromed from the factory as an option.
A chromed wheel that is offered from the manufacturer as an option.
Chrome was one of the first industrial musical groups. At its core, Chrome consisted of Helios Creed (guitar) and Damon Edge (Drums and synthesizers), although it was formed by Gary Spain (bass, guitar, vocals) and Edge in 1976. At that time the band also included John Lambdin (vocals, guitar and bass) and Mike Low (guitar, synth, and bass).
Chrome is track number 3 from the 1981 debut solo album Koo Koo by Debbie Harry. This song was released as an advanced promo copy in the United States and as a single in Germany. In both countries Chrome failed to chart.
Chrome is the second full-length album by the U.K. band Catherine Wheel, released in 1993 (see 1993 in music). Chrome, produced by former Pixies producer Gil Norton, has a more metallic musical edge (hence the title) than the band's previous album Ferment and EPs. Peaking at number 26 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart, the album was supported by the single "Crank", a top five Modern Rock track.
Chrome is a radio channel on XM Satellite Radio channel 83 and is one of five Dance music channels offered by XM. The station plays Classic Disco and Dance music from the mid 1970s and early 1990s.