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"The Rocker" is a song from Thin Lizzy's 1973 album "Vagabonds of the Western World". In its original form it is over 5 minutes long. Most of this is taken up with an extended guitar solo by Eric Bell. This guitar solo is an extraordinary piece of recorded music, combining fluency and technical mastery with great expressive power. Thin Lizzy in 1975 Thin Lizzy was an Irish Rock band, formed in Dublin in 1969. ... 1973 (MCMLXXIII) was a common year starting on Monday. ... Eric Bell is a musician born in 1947 and was the lead guitarist for Thin Lizzy See also Eric Temple Bell, mathematician. ...

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Rockers was a term originally applied in a derogatory manner to British motorcycle riding youths in the 1960s, but was later taken by riders, and their pillions.
Rockers were almost entirely defined in opposition to their famous antitheses of the same time, the Italian motorscooter riding Mods, or Modernists.
Rockers are a sub-culture, even within motorcycling, that persists to this day and should not be confused with the similar looking Greasers, as in the American usage of the term, Rockabillies, Psychobillys or punks such as The Clash, The Ramones, etc., who have taken style elements from the Rockers.
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