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Trooper live in '75. Left to right: Tommy Stewart (view blocked), Brian Smith, Ra McGuire, Doni Underhill, and Frank Ludwig

Trooper is a Canadian rock band, based out of Vancouver. They're best-known for their 1978 song "Raise a Little Hell".

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Trooper provides examples of the following tropes:
  • One-Hit Wonder: Only in the USA, where their only song that charted was "Raise a Little Hell". They had 17 songs on the Canadian charts at various times, including "Janine" (their only Top 10 hit), "We're Here For A Good Time (Not a Long Time)", "The Boys in the Bright White Sports Car", and (of course) "Raise a Little Hell".

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