The Centurions were a surf rock band from Newport Beach, California, active in the late 1950s and early 1960s. In recent times, they are best known for the recording "Bullwinkle Part II", a dark and saxy surf tune from the eponymous album featured in Quentin Tarantino's "Pulp Fiction". Less well known is the use of "Intoxica," a twangy and upbeat surf instrumental, in John Waters' 1972 film, "Pink Flamingos".
Their name changed from The Centurions to The Centurians sometime after 1967 due to legal reasons. When they released their album in 1964, its covers got mixed with another artist's release. Hence the name "Surfers Pajama Party" - which was not the name The Centurions had in mind.
The centurions: companies with 100 percent or more in sales growth (or equal to the 100th company's growth percentage if less than 100 percent) from 2002 through 2006 and net sales of $100 million or more in 2006.(stastical representation)(Statistical table)
Dec 01, 2007; THE CENTURIONS Companies with 100 percent or more in sales growth (or equal to the 100th company's growth percentage if less than...