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999 Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Chicane Destination
2 Hollywood
3 Fun Thing
4 My Streets Stinks
5 Obsessed
6 Out Of Reach
7 Soldier
8 Titanic (My Over) Reaction
9 Feelin' Alright with the Crew - Live 7/2/79
10 Biggest Prize in Sport - Live 3/10/80
11 Me And My Desire
12 Soldier (live)
13 Made a Fool of You
14 So Greedy - Live
15 Inside Out - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
16 Let's Face It - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
17 Rael Rean - Live 7/2/79
18 Emergency
19 Fun Thing - Live 3/10/80
20 No Pity
21 Crazy (Alternate Live)
22 Found Out Too Late
23 Let's Face It - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
24 Hit Me - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
25 Crazy - Live 7/2/79
26 English Wipeout
27 Hollywood - Live 3/10/80
28 Nobody Knows
29 English Wipeout (Alternate Live)
30 Lie Lie Lie
31 Hit Me - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
32 Me and My Desire - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
33 Titanic (My Over) Reaction - Live 7/2/79
34 High Energy Plan
35 Inside Out - Live 3/10/80
36 I'm Alive
37 Feelin' Alright With the Crew (Alternate Live)
38 Action
39 Soldier - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
40 Feelin' Alright with the Crew - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
41 Emergency - Live 7/2/79
42 Hit Me
43 Homicide - Live 3/10/80
44 Rael Rean
45 Boys In the Gang (Alternate Live)
46 Crime (Parts 1 & 2)
47 Me and My Desire - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
48 Crazy - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
49 Homicide - Live 7/2/79
50 Boiler - Live 3/10/80
51 Quite Disappointing
52 Biggest Prize In Sport (Alternate Live)
53 You Can't Buy Me
54 Feelin' Alright with the Crew - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
55 Titanic (My Over) Reaction - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
56 My Street Stinks - Live 7/2/79
57 Mercy Mercy
58 Feelin' Alright With the Crew
59 Titanic Reaction (Live)
60 Emergency (Alternate Live)
61 Waiting
62 Crazy - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
63 No Pity - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
64 Direct Action Briefing
65 Shake - Live 7/2/79
66 Don't You Know I Need You
67 Boys in the Gang
68 Biggest Prize In Sport (Live)
69 Gray or Grey
70 Inside Out - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
71 Homicide - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
72 Don't You Know I Need You (Live)
73 Boiler - Live 7/2/79
74 Nasty Nasty
75 Let's Face It
76 Inside Out
77 Boiler (Alternate Live)
78 Palm Trees
79 Out of Reach - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
80 Emergency - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
81 English Wipeout (Live)
82 Let's Face It - Live 3/10/80
83 That's the Way It Goes
84 Trouble
85 Public Enemy No. 1
86 Ponderin’ Minutes
87 Titanic (My Over) Reaction - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
88 My Street Stinks - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
89 Brightest View
90 Hit Me - Live 3/10/80
91 Let’s Face It
92 So Long
93 I'm Alive (2003 Digital Remaster)
94 Cherries From Space [Mantra]
95 No Pity - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
96 Boiler - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set
97 Crazy
98 English Wipeout - Live 3/10/80
99 That’s the Way It Goes
100 The Biggest Prize in Sport
101 Trouble (Alternate) - Live
102 Rocha
103 Homicide - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
104 Quite Disappointing - Live 7/2/79
105 Pick It Up
106 Stranger - Live 3/10/80
107 Subterfuge
108 Quite Disappointing (live)
109 Stranger
110 Blue Pill
111 Emergency - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
112 Let's Face It - Live 7/2/79
113 Feelin' Alright with the Crew - Live 3/10/80
114 Tulse Hill Night
115 Me and My Desire (live)
116 Stop! Stop!
117 Tequila Talks
118 My Street Stinks - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
119 Hit Me - Live 7/2/79
120 Wolf
121 Boys in the Gang - Live 3/10/80
122 Li'l Red Ridding Hood
123 Crazy (live)
124 Shake
125 Big Wake [feat. Aaron Goldberg]
126 Boiler - Live 4/4/79 1st Set
127 Soldier - Live 7/2/79
128 Your Number Is My Number
129 Me and My Desire - Live 3/10/80
130 Homicide
131 Rael Rean (live)
132 Boiler
133 Trouble - Live
134 Pick It Up - Live 4/4/79 2nd Set

999 Bio

999 are an English rock band who formed in London in 1977. They are often cited as one of the first punk rock bands.

Between 1978 and 1981, they had five Top 75 singles in the UK Singles Chart but only one made it to the Top 40. Also, after extensive touring across the Atlantic, the band's third and fourth (proper) studio albums charted in the U.S. Despite breaking up a couple of times, they continue to record and play live to the present-day.

Named after Britain’s emergency telephone number, 999 was founded in London by singer/guitarist Nick Cash and Guy Days. Cash and Days met each other when the former was a member of pub-rockers Kilburn and the High-Roads and the latter was a session guitarist who played on some of the band’s demo tapes. In late 1976, they placed an advertisement in the Melody Maker for band members and ended up turning down Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders fame, Jon Moss of Culture Club fame, and Tony James of Generation X fame. Jon Watson (bass) and Pablo LaBritain (drums) were recruited, Pablo having briefly played with the Clash and the band that eventually became known as 999 performed their first gig was at the Northampton Cricket Club in January 1977. After experimenting with several different band names, 999 finally came into being in May 1977.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/999_(band)