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Big Audio Dynamite Lyrics

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Big Audio Dynamite Lyrics - by Popularity

1 E=MC2
2 Bad
3 E = MC2 (12 Inch remix)
4 C’mon Every Beatbox
5 Contact
6 Around The Girl In 80 Ways
7 Contact (Single Edit)
8 What About Love?
9 Beyond the Pale
10 Dragon Town
11 The Bottom Line (Film & club version)
12 I Can’t Go on Like This
13 V. Thirteen
14 London Bridge
15 E = MC2 (12" version)
16 It's a Jungle Out There
17 Tighten Up, Vol. 88
18 Ice Cool Killer
19 C'mon Every Beatbox (extended mix)
20 It’s a Jungle Out There
21 Esquerita
22 Just Play Music!
23 C'Mon Every Beatbox (edit)
24 Mick's a Hippie Burning
25 Mr. Walker Said
26 The Bottom Line
27 C’mon Every Beatbox (edit)
28 Mick’s a Hippie Burning
29 Funny Names
30 Harrow Road
31 C’mon Every Beatbox (extended mix)
32 Man That Is Dynamite
33 The Battle of All Saints Road
34 E=MC2 (lp)
35 Contact (edit)
36 BAD and the Night Time Ride
37 Other 99
38 Contact (7" version)
39 James Brown (remix edit)
40 Must Be the Music
41 Applecart
42 Contact (12" mix)
43 E = MC2 (edit)
44 Cozy Ten Minutes
45 Rush
46 Hip, Neck & Thigh
47 The Bottom Line (12" remix - edit version)
48 Medicine Show (edit)
49 Man That Is Dynamite (mix)
50 The Globe
51 2000 Shoes
52 BAD (U.S. 12" remix)
53 Bad (US 12" Remix)
54 The Bottom Line (edit)
55 E=Mc² (Radio Edit)
56 Just Play Music
57 Medicine Show (12 inch Remix)
58 Medicine Show (live)
59 House Arrest
60 E=Mc2 (12 Inch Remix)
61 E = MC² (edit)
62 Medicine Show
63 Everybody Needs A Holiday
64 The Bottom Line (12 Inch Remix) [Edit Version]
65 C'Mon Every Beatbox
66 Limbo The Law
67 The Green Lady

Big Audio Dynamite Bio

Big Audio Dynamite (later known as Big Audio Dynamite II and Big Audio, and often abbreviated BAD) is a British musical group formed in 1984 by the ex-guitarist and singer of the Clash, Mick Jones. The group is noted for its effective mixture of varied musical styles, incorporating elements of punk rock, dance music, hip hop, reggae, and funk. BAD's one constant throughout frequent shifts in membership and musical direction is the vocals provided by Mick Jones. After releasing a number of well-received albums and touring extensively throughout the 1980s and 1990s, Big Audio Dynamite disbanded in 1997. In 2011, the band embarked on a reunion tour.

After being ousted from the Clash in 1983 and following a brief stint with the band General Public, Mick Jones formed a new band called Top Risk Action Company (T.R.A.C.).

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Audio_Dynamite