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Arrested Development (Band)
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Musicians
    (1988- )
    Formed in Atlanta Georgia
    Recorded hits 'Tennessee,' 'People Everyday' and 'Mr. Wendal'
    Debut album '3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life' sold 5 million copies
    Won two Grammy awards in 1992 for Best New Artist and Best Rap Group
    Won Rolling Stone Magazine band of the year award (1992)
    Made VH1 top 50 hip hop artists of all time list
    Musical Guest on Saturday Night Live (1992)
    Performed at Woodstock '94
    Speech (Todd Thomas, October 25, 1968- , born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - Lead Vocals)
    DJ Headliner (Timothy Barnwell, July 26, 1967- , born in New Jersey - Vocals)
    Aerle Taree (Taree Jones, January 10, 1973- , born in Wisconsin - Vocals/Clothes Design)
    Montsho Eshe (Temelca Garther, December 23, 1974- , born in Georgia - Dancer)
    Rasa Don (Donald Jones, November 22, 1968- , born in New Jersey - Drums)
    Dionne Farris (1969-, born in Bordentown, New Jersey)
    Baba Oje (May 15, 1932-, born in Laurie, Mississippi - Vocals)
    In the song 'Tennessee,' one of the female vocalists has a chorus verse singing: 'Headliner I challenge you to a game a horse shoes --- a game of horse shoes.'
    Taree, underwent corrective surgery for her voice in 2000.
    In 1996, band members placed the blame on lead vocalist Speech for the group's breakup.
    The group's second album tanked.
    Baba is a strict vegetarian.
    Baba opened the band's shows with an African devotion, a prayer, dance and drums.
    When Speech was a 13 year old DJ, he used the name Peech.
    They are suing Fox for using the band's name for the sitcom 'Arrested Development' (November 2003).
    Speech has written a column for his mother's newspaper, the Milwaukee Community Journal.
    Speech spent his summers with his grandparents in Tennessee.
    The band's clean positive rap success lead the way for other artists such as the Fugees, The Roots and Outkast.
    Former band member Dionne Farris had a solo hit with the song 'I Know.'
    Baba has the Guinness record for the oldest hip hopper rapper in the world.
    Rasa Don earned a college degree in cartoon animation after the group originally broke up.
    Speech argued that they have a case against Fox's use of the name 'Arrested Development' for a sitcom: 'Fox has no more right to use 'Arrested Development' for its show than a band would have to name itself after one of Fox's sitcoms' (November 2003).

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