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Bopper gives Danny a few tips on how to drive stick shift.
9 Sep 2012
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City boys Joey 'Fitness' & Danny share their thoughts on country boys Bopper & Mark.
9 Sep 2012
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After a punishing day, Bopper & Mark are still in the Race and plan on sticking around longer.
10 Sep 2012
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Just when it seems nothing else could go wrong Mark & Bopper have one more problem on the way to the Pit Stop.
10 Sep 2012
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Best friends Bopper & Mark chat with Phil after surviving another leg of the Race.
10 Sep 2012
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Phil chats with best friends Bopper & Mark, federal agents Nary & Jamie, and army wife and combat pilot Rachel & Dave.
11 Sep 2012
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Bopper would not give up stacking watermelons until Mark finally got through to his stubborn friend.
11 Sep 2012
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Mark cannot believe his ears when his friend Bopper suggests letting another team take first place.
11 Sep 2012
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I wonder if Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper had the same conversation?
17 Sep 2012
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Mark promises to take a grateful Bopper on a trip after they're done running the Race.
16 Oct 2012
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Don't Forget To Subscribe And Comment, If You Subscribe The Video Will Stay, And Please Give Me Five Stars. =|| LYRICS ||= [50 Cent] I need you to pray for me and I need you to care for me and I need you to want me to win I need to know where I'm heading,'cause I know where I've been Flows, bones, crushing it's nothing I come up with something Come through your strip, fronting, stunting It's something you want, 745 chrome spinning Haters hate that I'm winnning Man I've been hot from the beginning Motherfuckers envy the kid, control your jealousy 'Cause I can't control my temper, I'm fitting to catch a felony Pistol in hand homie, I'm down to get it popping Once I squeeze the first shot No I aint stopping till my clip is empty I'm simply not that nigga you should try your luck with Fuck with, hollow-tip shells struck with your bones broke Gun smoking, still locing, what nigga Lay your ass down paramedics get you up feeling [50 Cent] Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy [Lloyd Banks] I cross my bigger nigga and I didn't cry To young to understand, the consequences of man Living a lie, I gotta get that money I'll be damned if If I'm bummy Gotta watch my back around these niggas 'Cause they fronting 20 years Of watching my mama's tears Got me heated, heavily weeded Smoking that Bong 'cause I need it These niggas don't want me balling, they want me bury Thrown in the dirt, from shots flurry Laying with bugs under my shirt I got plans to hop up in that Hummer 'Cause I'mma stunner, I sit back and wonder When them angels gon' call my number Under, my chest is a heart of a lion I ain't lieing , bounty hunters got me flying With my iron, high as a giant I'm running from nothing, my stomach is touching What I'm clutching, to give you more then a concussion End of discussion My blood is colder, so I'm bolder Hennesy and soda Hood on my my shoulder Looking in the mirror, I see a soldier [50 Cent] Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy [Eminem] These are my ideas This is my sweat and tears This is shit that I saw with my eyeballs, my ears This is me who's gotta be What you see on TV What you hear on CD What appears easy Man these teenie boppers see me on these magazine covers In these beanies and these rags, living fantasies Fronting like it's all fun and games Till they shoot 'em up bang Then you see brains hang and you see we ain't playing Ain't saying we ain't laying down at night and ain't praying I bully my way in this game, man I'm done playing Man I'm done saying that I'm done playing I'mma start laying any of these motherfucking cocksuckers There's no way I'mma back down, like a goddamn coward I can't, how would I look as man bowing to his knees Like the mad cow disease, let somebody lash out at me And not lash back out at 'em, please Oh, whoa, yo, ho, hold up, oh no, not me Not Marshall, you wanna see Marshall? I'll show you Marshall, I try to show you art Put you just pick it apart, so I see I have to start Showing you fucken old farts a whole other side I wanted to not show you, so you know you're not dealing with Some fucken marshmellow, little soft yellow Punk pussy, who's heart's Jello, 'cause [50 Cent] Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy Right now I'm on the edge So don't push me I aim straight for your head So don't push me Fill your ass up with lead So don't push me I got something for your ass, keep thinking I'm pussy
18 Oct 2012
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Extended version of Santo and Johnny's sleepwalk, from the album 'The day the music died; in memory of JP Richardson, the Big Bopper.'
25 Dec 2012
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Download: *******www.4shared****/get/stwkr0p4/Malaysian_Cali_Shuffle_Songs_T.html 0:00 Laptop Djs Suck Mashup - Dj Prankz *******soundcloud****/djprankz805 1:04 Ninjahh - !Knockout! (Original Mix) 1:42 Name It {mashup} 2:37 Pryda - Miami To Atlanta (J-Dubbz Remix) 3:22 Give Me A Lightshow - Dj Backsp!n remix 4:15 silly boppers-this is killa peace treaty 4:49 Shuffle (Yupster Remix) on soundcloud 5:59 Deadmau5-Raise your weapon (DJ tales mau5 is alive re-edit) 6:56 Dzy The Owl - Massive Squirrel Attack(LeBlakout Remix) 8:01 Die If You Try To Fight Us - The Nixxons 8:32 Bill_Somthing_remix READ Alot of these songs are no longer up for download anywhere so its best to malaysia to this with tha amount of time each song has some songs can be found but very difficult sorry i cant give them away alot have no links at all Enjoy :D
28 Dec 2012
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Ritchie Valens born in May 13, 1941, had many hits in the 1950's. His hit songs include Donna (written for his girl friend), come on lets go, and La Bamba all were released in 1958. On February, 3 1959, Ritchie Valens died at the age of 17 in a plane crash. Others who also died in plane crash were Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper and the plane pilot. This day came to be know as "The Day Music Died".
2 Jan 2013
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Tribute to Ritchie Valens Buddy Holly and J.P Richardson (the Big Bopper)And Roger Peterson (The Planes Pilot!) includes radio broadcast announcing the tragic crash. Featuring Tommy Dee performing 3 Stars *******www.myspace****/gottaloveritchie email: rememberritchievalensgmail****
6 Feb 2013
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Dion Francis DiMucci (born July 18, 1939), better known as Dion, is an American singer-songwriter who blended elements of doo-wop, pop, rock and R&B styles. Dion was born to an Italian-American family in the Bronx.[ As a child, he used to accompany his father, a vaudeville entertainer, on tour, and developed a love of country music particularly Hank Williams and the blues and doo-wop stars he heard in local bars and on the radio. His singing abilities were honed on the street corners of Crotona Avenue, where he rounded up other local singers inventing a cappella licks, and in local clubs. In early 1957, he auditioned for Bob and Gene Schwartz, who had just formed Mohawk Records. They recorded him with a vocal group, The Timberlanes, and released a single "The Chosen Few", arranged by Hugo Montenegro, which became a minor regional hit. Schwartz also signed up Dion's friends, The Belmonts, named after nearby Belmont Avenue. Their breakthrough together came in early 1958, when "I Wonder Why" made #22 on the national US charts, followed up with "No One Knows" and "Dont Pity Me" which were also chart hits. This success won Dion and the Belmonts a place on the "Winter Dance Party" tour with Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper. On February 2, 1959, after playing in Clear Lake, Iowa, Dion decided that he could not afford the $36 cost of a flight to the next venue -- this was the same monthly rent his parents paid for his childhood apartment, and Dion decided he couldn't justify the indulgence. [2] The plane crashed, and Holly and the other stars were killed, still the tour continued with Jimmy Clanton and Bobby Vee being added to the bill as replacements. Dion and the Belmonts continued to perform until the end of the tour. In March 1959, Dion and the Belmonts next single, "A Teenager in Love", was released, making #5 in the US pop charts and #28 in the UK. Their biggest hit, "Where or When", was released in November 1959, and reached #3 on the US charts. However, in early 1960, Dion checked in to hospital for heroin addiction, a problem he had had since his mid-teens.[citation needed] Further single releases for the group that year were less successful. There were musical and financial differences between Dion and members of the Belmonts, and in October 1960, Dion decided to quit for a solo career. The main reason was because of his heroin addiction. By the end of 1960, Dion had recorded and released his first solo album, Alone with Dion, and the single "Lonely Teenager", which rose to #12 in the US charts. The performer name on his solo releases was denoted simply as "Dion" without the last name. Follow-ups "Havin Fun" and "Kissin Game" had less success, and the signs were that Dion would drift onto the cabaret circuit. However, he then recorded, with new vocal group the Del-Satins, an up-tempo number co-written with Ernie Maresca. The record, "Runaround Sue", stormed up the charts, reaching #1 in the US charts in September 1961, and #11 in the UK, where he also toured. For the next single, the record company promoted the A-side, "The Majestic", but it was the B-side, Marescas song "The Wanderer", which received the radio plays and again rose swiftly up the charts, reaching #2 in the US charts in December 1961 and #10 in the UK. As a classic oldie, it made the UK top 20 again in 1976. By the end of 1961, Dion was a major star, with a worldwide touring schedule, and an appearance in the Columbia Pictures musical film Twist Around the Clock. He followed up with a string of hit singles "Lovers Who Wander" (#3), "Little Diane" (#8), "Love Came To Me" (#10) - all making the top 10 in 1962. Several of these were written or co-written by Dion. He also had successful albums with Runaround Sue and Lovers Who Wander. At the end of 1962, Dion moved from Laurie to Columbia Records, the first rock-and-roll artist ever signed to that label. The first Columbia single, Leiber and Stollers "Ruby Baby",(originally a hit for The Drifters), was a big hit, reaching #2, and "Donna the Prima Donna" and "Drip Drop" (another cover of a Drifters hit) ,both reached #6 in the charts in late 1963. (Dion also recorded an Italian version of "Donna the Prima Donna" using the identical backup vocals.) His other Columbia releases were less successful, and problems with his addiction and changing public tastes caused him to enter a period of commercial decline. ~SOURCE: Wikipedia PLEASE NOTE: I divided my uploads among multiple channels, Bookmark this link in your browser for instant access to an index with links to all of John1948's oldies classics. LINK: *******tinyurl****/Channel-Index
14 Mar 2013
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