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'''Rock and roll''', contracted to '''rock'n'roll''', was a musical style that developed out of the [[blues#Delta blues|Delta blues]]. [[Robert Johnson]] was one of its pioneers. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[What He Wants... (comic story)|What He Wants...]]'')
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'''Rock and roll''', sometimes contracted to '''rock'n'roll''', was a musical style that developed out of the [[blues#Delta blues|Delta blues]]. [[Robert Johnson]] was one of its pioneers. ([[COMIC]]: ''[[What He Wants... (comic story)|What He Wants...]]'') It was an art form of the [[20th century]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The King of Terror (novel)|The King of Terror]]'') The [[1950s]] was considered the era of rock and roll, [[1959]] was considered by the [[Tollmaster]] to be the "rock and roll years". ([[TV]]: ''[[Revelation of the Daleks (TV story)|Revelation of the Daleks]]'', ''[[Delta and the Bannermen (TV story)|Delta and the Bannermen]]'')
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Rock and roll was not [[punk]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[No Future (novel)|No Future]]'')
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==Bands==
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[[Johnny Chess|Johnny Chester]] was known for his rock and roll music, who supposedly wrote a decent song about [[football]]. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The King of Terror (novel)|The King of Terror]]'')
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[[Bob Decker]] described [[The Beatles]]' music as rock and roll music. ([[PROSE]]; ''[[The Devil Goblins from Neptune (novel)|The Devil Goblins from Neptune]]'')
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[[The Fall]] and [[New Order]] were described as rock and roll music. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Hollow Men (novel)|The Hollow Men]]'')
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[[Mark Carville]] described [[John Smith and the Common Men]] as a rock'n'roll band. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[1963: Fanfare for the Common Men (audio story)|1963: Fanfare for the Common Men]]''
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[[Lenny Kruger]] was the (premier) manager of rock'n'roll acts in [[New York]] in an alternate timeline where [[The Beatles]] never formed. ([[AUDIO]]: ''[[1963: Fanfare for the Common Men (audio story)|1963: Fanfare for the Common Men]]''
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==Music==
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[[Ethan Amberglass]] claimed [[Ace]]'s grandparents said rock and roll sounded like noise. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[The Algebra of Ice (novel)|The Algebra of Ice]]'')
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[[Miranda Dawkins]] once tried to teach Bob to dance to a song about people having built a city on rock and roll. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Father Time (novel)|Father Time]]'')
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==Cultural==
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While talking to Benny Markhano described [[archaeology]] as "the new rock and roll". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Beige Planet Mars (novel)|Beige Planet Mars]]'')
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In describing a music festival the [[Third Doctor]] described them as having "a natural hatred of any kind of authority…inflamed by sex, drugs and rock and roll". ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Deadly Reunion (novel)|Deadly Reunion]]'')
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"Ready to rock and roll?" was a colloquialism used on Earth as question of readiness to perform a task. ([[TV]]: ''[[Delta and the Bannermen (TV story)|Delta and the Bannermen]]'', [[PROSE]]: ''[[Escape Velocity (novel)|Escape Velocity]]'') It was also used an an exclamation as well as a signal for readiness. ([[PROSE]]: ''[[Return of the Living Dad (novel)|Return of the Living Dad]]'')
   
 
[[Elton Pope]] used ''rock 'n' roll'' as an example to justify his naming of [[LINDA]] ('''L'''ondon '''I'''nvestigation {{'}}'''N'''{{'}}'''D'''etective '''A'''gency). ([[TV]]: ''[[Love & Monsters (TV story)|Love & Monsters]]'')
 
[[Elton Pope]] used ''rock 'n' roll'' as an example to justify his naming of [[LINDA]] ('''L'''ondon '''I'''nvestigation {{'}}'''N'''{{'}}'''D'''etective '''A'''gency). ([[TV]]: ''[[Love & Monsters (TV story)|Love & Monsters]]'')
   
Meeting his [[first incarnation]], the [[Twelfth Doctor]] refered to the fifteen hundred [[year]]s which comprised the period between their [[Second Doctor|first]] and [[Thirteenth Doctor|fourteenth]] [[regeneration]]s as "rock'n'roll". ([[TV]]: ''[[Twice Upon a Time (TV story)|Twice Upon a Time]]'')
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Meeting his [[first incarnation]], the [[Twelfth Doctor]] referred to the fifteen hundred [[year]]s which comprised the period between their [[Second Doctor|first]] and [[Thirteenth Doctor|fourteenth]] [[regeneration]]s as "rock'n'roll". ([[TV]]: ''[[Twice Upon a Time (TV story)|Twice Upon a Time]]'')
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==Weapons==
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The [[DJ (Revelation of the Daleks)|DJ]] on [[Necros]] utilised a ultrasonic beam that fired rock and roll. ([[TV]]: ''[[Revelation of the Daleks (TV story)|Revelation of the Daleks]]'')
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==See also==
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*[[Rock music]]
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*[[Punk]]
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Rock and roll, sometimes contracted to rock'n'roll, was a musical style that developed out of the Delta blues. Robert Johnson was one of its pioneers. (COMIC: What He Wants...) It was an art form of the 20th century. (PROSE: The King of Terror) The 1950s was considered the era of rock and roll, 1959 was considered by the Tollmaster to be the "rock and roll years". (TV: Revelation of the Daleks, Delta and the Bannermen)

Rock and roll was not punk. (PROSE: No Future)

BandsEdit

Johnny Chester was known for his rock and roll music, who supposedly wrote a decent song about football. (PROSE: The King of Terror)

Bob Decker described The Beatles' music as rock and roll music. (PROSE; The Devil Goblins from Neptune)

The Fall and New Order were described as rock and roll music. (PROSE: The Hollow Men)

Mark Carville described John Smith and the Common Men as a rock'n'roll band. (AUDIO: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men

Lenny Kruger was the (premier) manager of rock'n'roll acts in New York in an alternate timeline where The Beatles never formed. (AUDIO: 1963: Fanfare for the Common Men

MusicEdit

Ethan Amberglass claimed Ace's grandparents said rock and roll sounded like noise. (PROSE: The Algebra of Ice)

Miranda Dawkins once tried to teach Bob to dance to a song about people having built a city on rock and roll. (PROSE: Father Time)

CulturalEdit

While talking to Benny Markhano described archaeology as "the new rock and roll". (PROSE: Beige Planet Mars)

In describing a music festival the Third Doctor described them as having "a natural hatred of any kind of authority…inflamed by sex, drugs and rock and roll". (PROSE: Deadly Reunion)

"Ready to rock and roll?" was a colloquialism used on Earth as question of readiness to perform a task. (TV: Delta and the Bannermen, PROSE: Escape Velocity) It was also used an an exclamation as well as a signal for readiness. (PROSE: Return of the Living Dad)

Elton Pope used rock 'n' roll as an example to justify his naming of LINDA (London Investigation 'N'Detective Agency). (TV: Love & Monsters)

Meeting his first incarnation, the Twelfth Doctor referred to the fifteen hundred years which comprised the period between their first and fourteenth regenerations as "rock'n'roll". (TV: Twice Upon a Time)

WeaponsEdit

The DJ on Necros utilised a ultrasonic beam that fired rock and roll. (TV: Revelation of the Daleks)

See alsoEdit

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