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Riffraff is a term for the common people but with negative connotations. The term is derived from Old French "rif et raf" meaning "one and all, every bit".
Riff Raff, Riff-Raff, or Riffraff may also refer to:
- Riff Raff (rapper), from Texas
- Riff Raff (band), a UK progressive rock band
- Riff Raff, a band formed by Billy Bragg
- Riff Raff (Argentine magazine), heavy metal magazine from Argentina
- Riff Raff (British magazine), a London-based monthly rock magazine
- Riff Raff (album), by Dave Edmunds
- "Riff Raff" (song), a song by AC/DC
- "Riff Raff", an organ piece by Giles Swayne
- Riffraff (1936 film), an American drama
- Riffraff (1947 film), a black-and-white film noir
- Riff-Raff (1991 film), a British film
- Riff Raff, a Laurence Fishburne play from which the 2000 film Once in the Life was adapted
- Riff Raff (cat), an alley cat in the animated series The Catillac Cats
- Riff Raff (hunchback), in the musical play The Rocky Horror Show and film The Rocky Horror Picture Show
- Riff Raff (Underdog), on the television series Underdog
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