Jamaican reggae group Inner Circle formed in 1968 as The Inner Circle Band. The band's original singer, William "Bunny Rugs" Clarke, quit the band in 1973 to move to New York City. Later that year the band split in two, with Stephen "Cat" Coore (who was 12 when Inner Circle formed), Michael Cooper and Milton "Prilly" Hamilton leaving to form Third World. It wasn't long before drummer William Stewart also quit Inner Circle to join with Third World. Later, in 1976, Clarke (who had already left Inner Circle) joined with Third World too, as the lead singer. Also in 1976, singer Jacob Miller took over as lead vocalist for Inner Circle - replacing singer Funky Brown. Inner Circle had their most successful period with Miller on vocals, becoming a hugely popular live act in Jamaica. At the time, Bob Marley was the only singer more popular in Jamaica. In 1978, Inner Circle was featured in the movie Rockers, playing the house band in a hotel. The soundtrack features two Inner Circle songs, including We A Rockers as the opening track. In 1980, Miller died in a car crash and was replaced (temporarily) by Norman Grant from The Twinkle Brothers.
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