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Arab Strap Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Arab Strap Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Peep Peep
2 Turbulence
3 Act Of War
4 I Would've Liked Me A Lot Last Night
5 Intro
6 Not Quite A Yes
7 Serenade
8 Aries The Ram
9 The Night Before The Funeral
10 Direction Of Strong Man
11 Confessions Of A Big Brother
12 Toy Flights
13 The Clearing
14 An Eventful Day
15 The Devil-Tips
16 The Drinking Eye
17 Trippy
18 Blood
19 (afternoon) Soaps
20 Who Named The Days?
21 The Shy Retirer
22 Bullseye
23 Girls Of Summer
24 Islands
25 Coming Down
26 Soaps
27 The Girl I Loved Before I Fucked
28 Here We Go
29 Deeper
30 Chat In Amsterdam, Winter 2003
31 Fucking Little Bastards
32 I Still Miss You
33 Driving
34 Glue
35 Where We've Left Our Love
36 My Favourite Muse
37 One Day, After School
38 General Plea To A Girlfriend
39 I Saw You
40 New Birds
41 The First Time You're Unfaithful
42 Gourmet
43 There Is No Ending
44 Fuck-A-Doodle-Don't
45 Autumnal
46 Packs Of Three
47 I Work In A Saloon
48 Dream Sequence
49 Amante De Una Noche
50 Cherubs
51 Phone Me Tonight
52 Amor Veneris
53 Kate Moss
54 Fine Tuning
55 Phone Me Tomorrow
56 Piglet
57 Haunt Me
58 Little Girls
59 Hey!Fever
60 Hello Daylight
61 Infrared
62 Come Round And Love Me
63 Drug Song For Paula
64 Leave The Day Free
65 Last Orders
66 The First Big Weekend
67 Speed-Date
68 Blackness
69 One Four Seven One
70 Hey! Fever
71 Love Detective
72 The Smell Of Outdoor Cooking
73 (If There's) No Hope For Us
74 Forest Hills
75 Pro- (Your) Life
76 Holiday Girl (don't Die Just Yet)
77 Scenery
78 Wasting
79 Pica Luna
80 Toy Fights
81 Pyjamas
82 Motown Answers
83 Screaming In The Trees
84 The Week Never Starts Round Here
85 Rocket, Take Your Turn
86 Tanned
87 Pulled
88 Stink
89 Meanwhile, At The Bar, A Drunkard Muses
90 Gilded
91 Afterwards
92 The Long Sea
93 Loch Leven
94 Don't Ask Me To Dance
95 To All A Good Night

Arab Strap Bio

Arab Strap are a Scottish indie rock band whose core members are Aidan Moffat and Malcolm Middleton. The band were signed to independent record label Chemikal Underground, and split in 2006. As indicated by the title of Belle & Sebastian's third record, The Boy with the Arab Strap, and by Aidan Moffat's involvement in the two Reindeer Section albums, they were a central part of Glasgow's influential late 1990s music scene.

Vocalist Aidan Moffat and multi-instrumentalist Malcolm Middleton grew up in Falkirk, and bonded over their mutual love for Drag City recording artists such as Smog and Will Oldham (who at the time recorded under the name Palace Brothers). They began collaborating in 1995, and their debut album, The Week Never Starts Round Here, was released the following year. At this point Gary Miller and David Gow joined the band and became the rhythm section, creating a more dynamic live experience when the band started touring.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Strap_(band)