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Big Head Todd And The Monsters Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Big Head Todd And The Monsters Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Waiting In America
2 Resignation Superman
3 Tower
4 Bittersweet
5 It's Alright
6 Turn The Light Out
7 Angel Leads Me On
8 Greyhound
9 Neckbreaker
10 Broken Hearted Savior
11 Strategem
12 Flander's Fields
13 Circle
14 Come On
15 Imaginary Ships
16 Tomorrow Never Comes
17 Back To The Garden
18 Engine Light
19 Heart Of Wilderness
20 Ellis Island (Live)
21 Come On - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
22 Jet
23 Tangerine - Live
24 Fortune Teller
25 Runaway Train
26 I Will Carry
27 If You Can't Slow Down
28 Circle (Live)
29 Sister Sweetly - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
30 Beast Of Burden
31 Kensington Line - Live CD
32 How Easy
33 Love Transmission
34 Kensington Line
35 Please Don't Tell Her
36 Rocksteady (Live)
37 In The Morning
38 Broken Hearted Savior - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
39 Fake Diamond Kind
40 It's Alright - Live
41 Her Own Kinda
42 ICU In Everything
43 Secret Mission
44 Josephina (Live)
45 Magdelina
46 Secret Mission - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
47 Smokestack Lightnin'
48 Poor Miss - Live
49 Spanish Highway
50 Ever Since Ya Pulled
51 Geography Of A Horse Dreamer
52 Strategem (Live)
53 Imaginary Ships - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
54 I Hate It When You're Gone
55 Vincent Of Jersey - Live
56 Blue Sky
57 Dirty Juice
58 Blues for Annie
59 True Lady
60 Bittersweet (Live)
61 Poor Miss
62 Circle - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
63 People Train
64 The Leaving Song - Live
65 Cruel Fate
66 City On Fire
67 These Days Without You
68 Fortune Teller (Live)
69 Shadowlands
70 Riviera - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
71 Beautiful
72 Tower - Live
73 Riviera
74 Gary Indiana Blues
75 Another Mayberry
76 Candle 99
77 Heart of Wilderness (Live)
78 Angela Dangerlove - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
79 Muhammad Ali
80 If You Can't Slow Down - Live
81 Universal Mom
82 Dinner With Ivan
83 Blue Water
84 American Boy
85 Brother John
86 Beautiful World (Live)
87 Wearing Only Flowers
88 Love Transmission - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
89 After Gold
90 Boom Boom - Live
91 Again And Again
92 Beauty Queen
93 Groove Thing
94 Black Beehive (Live)
95 Love Betsy
96 Bittersweet - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
97 Happiness Is
98 Soul For Every Cowbooy
99 Wishing Well
100 Rocksteady
101 It All Comes Down
102 Hymn
103 Ellis Island
104 Sister Sweetly (Live)
105 Midnight Radio
106 Resignation Superman - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
107 Julianna
108 Josephina
109 Cold Blooded
110 Tangerine
111 Salvation
112 Boom Boom
113 Broken Hearted Savior (Live)
114 Monument in Green
115 It's Alright - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
116 Lost Child Astronaut
117 Soul Children
118 Helpless
119 Sister Sweetly
120 Secret Mission (Live)
121 Ann Arbor Grandfather
122 Conquistador - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
123 All The Love You
124 Peacemaker's Blues
125 Vincent of Jersey
126 Beautiful World
127 Hysteria
128 Soul For Every Cowboy
129 Dirty Juice - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
130 Elvis
131 Turn The Light Out - Live
132 Silvery Moon
133 Drought Of 2013
134 The Moose Song
135 Caroline
136 Julianna (Live)
137 Crazy Mary - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
138 Conquistador
139 Resignation Superman - Live
140 Beautiful Rain
141 Angela Dangerlove (Live 2004)
142 The Leaving Song
143 Crazy Mary
144 Imaginary Ships (Live)
145 Ellis Island - 2004/Live At The Fillmore
146 Freedom Fighter
147 Please Don't Tell Her - Live
148 Cashbox

Big Head Todd And The Monsters Bio

Big Head Todd & the Monsters is a rock band formed in 1986 in Colorado. The band has released a number of albums since 1989 with their 1993 album Sister Sweetly going platinum in the United States. The band has developed a sizable live following especially in the Mountain States of the United States.

The band was formed in 1986 with Todd Park Mohr on guitar and vocals, Brian Nevin on drums and vocals and Rob Squires on bass and vocals. The trio had attended Columbine High School together. Mohr attended Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado and transferred to the University of Colorado to join Nevin and Squires. The three began touring clubs in Denver, Fort Collins, and Boulder as Big Head Todd and the Monsters in 1987.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_Head_Todd_and_the_Monsters