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The currently untitled Raleigh Theodore Sakers film is an upcoming biopic written and directed by Jackson Kelley, based on the life of the mysterious man heard on Sublime's second album Robbin' the Hood, Raleigh Theodore Sakers. As a boy, young Raleigh Theodore Sakers lived with his single father after his mother was found to be having an affair. Raleigh was constantly abused, and he learned racism and sexism from his alcoholic dad. When he reached young adult years, Raleigh went with friends to a drive in movie, seeing Creature from the Black Lagoon, propelling Raleigh's love for science fiction. After Raleigh graduates, he gets into an argument with his father, where afterwards, Raleigh runs away to pursue a career in journalism.
Robbin' the Hood is the second album by the Southern California ska punk band Sublime , which was released in It is noted for its experimental nature, low production values, and numerous samples and interpolations of other artists. Robbin' the Hood is notable for having low production values the album sleeve boasts of its "13 self produced 4-track home recordings" , as well as including multiple samples and lyrics from other artists. The album also features 'Raleigh Soliloquies,' selections from a rant recorded by a man with schizophrenia named Raleigh Theodore Sakers. Some of the songs on the album contain parts that were later reused by the band on other albums. For example, the principle chord progression in the instrumental "Lincoln Highway Dub" was featured again in the band's later hit " Santeria ", and elements of "Work That We Do" would later appear in "Under My Voodoo". Many of Sublime's melodies and riffs have not only been influenced by, but directly taken from, other reggae artists and bands.
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