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-[b]The Observers[/b] is a name of at least two bands:+[b]The Observers[/b] is a name that can be scrobbled for at least three different groups:
[b]1[/b]) A Jamaican [tag]reggae[/tag] band (aka [artist]The Observer All Stars[/artist], [artist]Observer All Stars[/artist], [artist]Observer Allstars[/artist] and [artist]Observer All Star[/artist]), which is the label 'house band' of [label]Observer[/label], led by producer [bandmember][b][artist]George Boswell[/artist][/b][/bandmember] (aka [artist]Niney The Observer[/artist] and [artist]Niney[/artist]). They were most active in the '70s and their latest release is the Observer All Star single "[b][album artist=Observer All Star]Razor Blad Dub[/album][/b]" (2005, Observer). [b]1[/b]) A Jamaican [tag]reggae[/tag] band (aka [artist]The Observer All Stars[/artist], [artist]Observer All Stars[/artist], [artist]Observer Allstars[/artist] and [artist]Observer All Star[/artist]), which is the label 'house band' of [label]Observer[/label], led by producer [bandmember][b][artist]George Boswell[/artist][/b][/bandmember] (aka [artist]Niney The Observer[/artist] and [artist]Niney[/artist]). They were most active in the '70s and their latest release is the Observer All Star single "[b][album artist=Observer All Star]Razor Blad Dub[/album][/b]" (2005, Observer).

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Current Version (version 9, 8 May 2012, 23:56)

The Observers is the name of three groups: 1) A Jamaican band, which is the label 'house band' of Observer, led by producer George Boswell (aka Niney The Observer). They were most active in the '70s and their latest release is the single "Razor Blad Dub". 2) A Portland band, which released one album, "So What's Left Now", and several 7"'s. They broke-up in late 2005. 3) A group of aliens as performed on Mystery Science Theater 3000 by Kevin Murphy and Bill Corbett.