Nineties hip-hop outfit Arrested Development were notable for the string of hits off their 1992 debut "3 Years, 5 Months and 2 Days in the Life of..." including "People Everyday," "Mr. Wendal" and "Tennessee." They were even more distinguishable for the presence of member Baba Oje, a stately gentleman in his sixties, who primarily just sat around in a rocking chair during performances. It's not clear what Baba Oje contributed to the band musically, though he was often referred to as the band's "spiritual elder." A second attempt was made to define his role on 2006's "Among the Trees", where the title of a track conclusively states that "Baba Oje Is the Oldest One."