Is there anyway I can get episodes of America's Best Dance Crew on my iPod?

You can't buy them on iTunes! :-(

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    Tallahassee, Florida

    Tallie “Ace” Brinson III (24)

    Otheus “O” Manuel (25)

    Peterson “Peter Pan” Thelisma (23)

    Edwin “Bowling Ball” Bennett (25)

    Michael “Money Mike” Washington (24)

    Welton Maurice Nance (23)

    Joel Daley (20)

    Established in 1989 at Florida A&M University, Strikers All-Stars’ motto is, “If you can survive being a Striker, you can survive anything.” It’s beyond notable that most of the members of this crew chose to attend FAMU in order join this famous stepping family because The Strikers aren’t merely a dance crew; they are a legacy.

    This crew — an elite seven-man unit comprised of the FAMU Strikers’ strongest performers — has won competitions on BET’s 106 & Park and won over the notoriously fickle Showtime at the Apollo audience. They are, in short, considered one of the top stepping crews in the South.

    “Many people think it’s all the same,” Ace says of stepping. “but we have created this style that is mimicked by numerous dance crews.” That style comes from all seven members contributing to The Strikers’ choreography and adding a freestyle hip-hop element to the more widely known precision elements. “We’re unpredictable, full of energy,” says Peterson. Adds Money Mike: “Our urban soul matched with our energy — it can get ridiculously crazy!”

    To that point, the crew lists a lot of hip-hop on among musical favorites, including OutKast, Flo Rida, T Pain, T.I., Rick Ross, Jay Z, Timbaland and Swizz Beats, along with some contemporary pop from the likes of John Legend, Chris Brown and Justin Timberlake.

    “In a way, we have played through our season and we’re about to play in the Super Bowl — America’s Best Dance Crew,” says Bowling Ball. “Our advantage is that everybody on our team is a Pro Bowl-er.”

    I love this dance group, I wish them the best now and In the future.

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  • 9 years ago

    Download them from youtube with YOutube downloader or any. Convert them to the suitable format for the ipod. then that's it.

    Source(s): I'm an ABDC fan who has all their vids on my ipod. =)
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  • 9 years ago

    you can get videos off of google video, just make sure that you check the just videos from google thing. and then download it. once your on iTunes, import it- under import files

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