Shock site

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, by Michael Cera and Jonah Hill during promotion for the film SuperBad. de:Internet-Phänomen#Sonstiges 2 Girls 1 Cup. Internet pornography. Internet privacy. Internet troll. List of Internet phenomena. Moral panic. Elsagate. NSFW. Rickroll.

Marlon Brando

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Excess after success: Marlon Brando.

Goregrish.com

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Ogrish.com

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Outlaw motorcycle club

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An outlaw motorcycle club, also known as a biker gang, is a motorcycle subculture that has its roots in the immediate post-World War II era of North American society. It is generally centered on the use of cruiser motorcycles, particularly Harley-Davidsons and choppers, and a set of ideals that celebrate freedom, nonconformity to mainstream culture, and loyalty to the biker group.

News

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News is information about current events. This may be provided through many different media: word of mouth, printing, postal systems, broadcasting, electronic communication, or through the testimony of observers and witnesses to events. It is also used as a platform to manufacture opinion for the population

Murder

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Murder is the unlawful killing of another human without justification or valid excuse, especially the unlawful killing of another human being with malice aforethought. This state of mind may, depending upon the jurisdiction, distinguish murder from other forms of unlawful homicide, such as manslaughter. Manslaughter is a killing committed in the absence of malice, brought about by reasonable provocation, or diminished capacity. Involuntary manslaughter, where it is recognized, is a killing that lacks all but the most attenuated guilty intent, recklessness.

Stile Project

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List of band name etymologies

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Black Rebel Motorcycle Club — The film The Wild One featured two motorcycle gangs, the Beetles and Black Rebels Motorcycle Club. In a reference to the story that The Beatles took their name from one motorcycle gang, Peter Hayes (guitarist) and Robert Levon Been (bassist) originally named their band "The Other Gang", but switched to Black Rebel Motorcycle Club when The Other Gang didn't catch on. Black Sabbath — Originally known as Earth, the group wanted to change their name as another group had the same name. The group saw a local cinema playing a film titled Black Sabbath and marvelled that people paid money to be frightened.

Outlaw biker film

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Their culture was first popularized in the Marlon Brando film The Wild One (1953), which tells a story based very loosely on actual events. The film's success was followed by a string of low-budget exploitation films aimed at a teenage audience such as Motorcycle Gang (1957) and The Hot Angel (1958). But the genre really took off in the mid-1960s, after the Hell's Angels motorcycle club became prominent in the media, in particular, after Hunter S. Thompson's book Hell's Angels: The Strange and Terrible Saga of the Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs (1966) was published.

Peter Hayes (musician)

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Peter Hayes is a founding and current member of the alternative rock trio Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. *Give It Back! (1997) Guitars: Amplifiers (Around the time of each album): - B.R.M.C.* Fender Silverface Twin Reverb - x2 - Take Them On, On Your Own - Howl & Baby 81 - Beat The Devil's Tattoo Pedals & rack effects: List compiled from use of various photos, most likely an incomplete list. - Earlier years (Approx. around time of the first and second album possibly going into Howl era) - Later years (Most likely around Howl era up to Beat the Devil's Tattoo era) B.R.M.C. (2001) UK #25. Take Them On, On Your Own (2003) US #47, UK #3, AUS #34. Howl (2005) US #90, UK #14, AUS #34.

Nick Jago

Nicholas "Nick" Jago (born 19 July 1976) is an English musician, best known as the former drummer and founding member of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. Jago was born in Abadan, Iran, to an English father and Peruvian mother and grew up in Devon, England. He attended St Cuthbert Mayne School in Torquay then specialized in art and design at South Devon College. He went on to study a degree in Fine Art Painting at the Winchester School of Art in Hampshire. He moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in the United States in 1995 whilst visiting family. He switched his focus to music and joined a band with Robert Levon Been and Peter Hayes.

Robert Levon Been

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He is currently a member of the rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club and was, for a time, a bass player in a band known as The Beggars, going under the name 'Robert Locke'. He is the son of Michael Been of The Call, and appeared as bassist on his father's 1994 solo album, On the Verge of a Nervous Breakthrough. His father suffered a fatal heart attack in 2010 while working as a sound engineer during the Pukkelpop festival in Belgium, where BRMC were appearing. Robert Been used the pseudonym 'Robert Turner' on Black Rebel Motorcycle Club's first two records, in an attempt not to be linked to his father. He later dropped this identity when promoting their third album, "Howl".

B.R.M.C. (album)

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B.R.M.C. is the debut studio album by American rock band Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, released on Virgin Records on April 3, 2001. "Spread Your Love" was used in 2003 Vin Diesel film A Man Apart and features in the TV show Skins. It has also been used in a series of commercials for Ketel One vodka as well as The Cosmopolitan hotel in Las Vegas. The NME rated the song as the 27th best song of 2002.

The Effects of 333

The Effects of 333 is the fifth studio album by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. It was released on November 1, 2008 through the band's own Abstract Dragon imprint. The album is completely instrumental and was made available as a download through their official music store at 3:33 AM PT. It was first announced on October 27, 2008 via a MySpace bulletin, stating that the band would release their newest album independent of any record company.

Stanley Kramer

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The Wild One (1953). The Juggler (1953). The 5,000 Fingers of Dr. T (1953). The Caine Mutiny (1954). Pressure Point (1962). A Child Is Waiting (1963). with Tom Brokaw, Steven Spielberg, Quincy Jones, Harrison Ford and Al Gore., video, 3.5 min.

Mary Murphy (actress)

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She first gained attention in 1953, when she played a good-hearted girl who is intrigued by Marlon Brando in The Wild One. The following year, she appeared opposite Tony Curtis in Beachhead, and with Dale Robertson in Sitting Bull, and the year after that as Fredric March's daughter in the thriller The Desperate Hours, which also starred Humphrey Bogart. She co-starred with actor-director Ray Milland in his Western A Man Alone. That was one of her best roles; another was in the film she made the following year for Joseph Losey, The Intimate Stranger (1956).

Robert Keith (actor)

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His best known performances are as the ineffectual police chief and father of biker Marlon Brando's love interest in the 1953 film The Wild One and as tougher, no-nonsense cop, this time Brando's antagonist, in the film musical, Guys And Dolls. Keith had a starring role in Douglas Sirk's Written on the Wind. He had roles on television, including a role as Richard Kimble's father in The Fugitive and lead roles on episodes of Alfred Hitchcock Presents ("Ten O'Clock Tiger" & "Final Escape") and The Twilight Zone ("The Masks"), which was his last screen effort, in the role of Jason Foster, the rich New Orleans patriarch to a self-centered, greed-riddled family awaiting their benefactor to die.