Caesars are a Swedish indie rock band. In their native Sweden, the band was originally known as Caesars Palace, and in the rest of Scandinavia they are known as Twelve Caesars. Elsewhere they go by the name Caesars. Outside of Sweden, they may be best known for the song "Jerk It Out", which appears in an Apple iPod advertisement, as well as the Electronic Arts video games SSX 3 and FIFA Football 2004, aka FIFA Soccer 2004 and also on the PS2 game LMA Manager 2005. The song is featured on their 39 Minutes of Bliss (In An Otherwise Meaningless World), Paper Tigers, and Love For The Streets albums. They have won Swedish Grammy Awards for Best Album and Best New Artist.
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