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A certifiably unique pop musical group that takes the previously stodgy music genre of a cappella and brings it full-force into the next century. Well renowned for its stint on the show "Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego" and a late 1990's Folger's Coffee commercial.
Do it Rockapella!
by Anonymous June 10, 2003
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An a cappella group started in 1986 at Brown University by David Stix, Steven Keyes, Sean Altman, and Elliott Kerman solely for their love of music.

Still around today, though none of the original members remain in the group, they are best known for their stint on the show Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego? and a highly successful Folgers Coffee commercial. Their CD Don't Tell Me You Do arguably brought them the most national respect.
Rockapella is arguably the most popular a cappella group out there today.
by Darth Kiljoy March 21, 2007
Horrid ninety's band that made numerous futile attempts at making a capella music cool by mixing harmonies with "Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego" and Folgers coffee.

Rockapella produces some of the most horrid noises ever to emanate from an oriface of the human body!
Larry, turn off that Rockapella crap before I shoot you in the face.
by MazurkaMatt May 28, 2006

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