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  • - The OP [ "Tomadoi Bitter Tune" by Miran Himemiya and Chocolate Rockers] is your typical upbeat song.

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  • NBC also has a reality series hosted by Betty, titled Off Their Rockers, which is awaiting an airdate.

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  • Harley-Davidson The Rocker is long and low, with a clean, uncluttered design Still, Harley-Davidson prefers to call the Rockers factory customs, not choppers, in part because the latter term comes with baggage.

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  • Betty White, "Off Their Rockers" is a new series hosted and executive produced by White that features a troupe of older men and women playing pranks on innocent people.

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  • Dub Rockers, which pairs Jamaican artists like I-Wayne and Eek-A-Mouse with non-Jamaican ones like SOJA and Rebelution.


  • The musicians, dubbed the Rockers, tied the game at 11 with just seconds to play in regulation and then defeated the squad led by Calgary Flame legend Lanny McDonald in the shootout.

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  • Mr. Isaacs was so prolific that the Web site All Music Guide estimated he had appeared nearly 500 albums released in Jamaica, the U.S. and the U.K. Mr. Isaacs appeared in the 1978 subtitled Jamaican film "Rockers," a plotless, episodic comedy sometimes described as the "A Hard Days Night" of reggae music.

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  • WERS has a show called "Rockers", which I would listen to for hours.

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  • Kiddus I is best known, even 30-plus years down the line, for the song "Graduation in Zion" from the 1978 movie "Rockers," that seminal dramatic/comedic look at the Jamaican recording industry.

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  • He was also renowned for his fashion sense; he performed in the 1978 film "Rockers" wearing a powder-blue tuxedo and black fedora.

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