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BLACK LAB Lyrics

Genre: Rock

BLACK LAB Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Black Eye
2 All The Money In The World
3 Remember
4 X-Ray
5 Learn to crawl (ost. spider-man)
6 Horses
7 James
8 Anything
9 She Loves Me
10 Sleeps with Angels
11 Ten Million Years
12 Don’t Ask Me Why
13 Time Ago
14 The Real You
15 Close to You
16 Fall (Shadows and Blinds)
17 Head On a Stake
18 Postcards
19 My Favorite Part of Town
20 Gone
21 I Believe It
22 Tomorrow
23 Call
24 Kick
25 A Day Alone
26 Say Goodbye
27 Out Loud
28 Play With Fire
29 Shine
30 Lifelike
31 Pictures of People
32 Love to Love You
33 Mine Again (feat. Kristin Kelly)
34 Good Life
35 Keep Myself Awake
36 Burn Out
37 Lonely Boy
38 Broken Heart
39 New Prayer
40 Underground
41 Lust
42 Tell Me What To Say
43 Left For Dead
44 Sun and Moon
45 River of Joy
46 Sugar
47 I Am a DJ (Live)
48 Wash It Away
49 Turn Away
50 This Night
51 Good
52 Living Too Fast
53 Not Too Late
54 Walk This Road
55 Mercy
56 Underwater
57 See The Sun
58 The Window
59 Lonely Boy (Miss Volatile Remix)
60 Lucky
61 Let It Shine
62 Surrender
63 Ecstacy
64 Bulletproof
65 Hole In My Heart
66 Gone Away
67 Radio Tonight
68 Bring It On
69 Out of Promises
70 Learn To Crawl
71 This Ship Goes Down Deep
72 When Worlds Collide
73 Hole In the Sky
74 Criminal
75 Can't Keep The Rain
76 Gravity
77 Weightless
78 Something You Don't Know
79 Ecstasy (Switchblade Remix)
80 Like I Used To
81 A New World
82 Gates of the Country
83 Further
84 Circus Lights
85 Bound
86 Ghost In the Machine
87 Good Day
88 Trace
89 Part of Me
90 Dream In Color
91 Start a Fire
92 Remember (Motorboat Drama Remix By Alex Kemp)
93 Free
94 Candlelight
95 Playing
96 Slow Down
97 Always
98 A Stone's Throw
99 The Moon
100 Give It All
101 Unfamiliar Sky
102 Mine Again
103 The Pain Is Gone
104 This Blood
105 Mexican Sand
106 Someone Else
107 Thin White Lie
108 Ghost In Your Mind
109 Dying Just to Hold You
110 Transformers Theme
111 Rock Star

BLACK LAB Bio

Black Lab is an alternative rock band founded in Berkeley, California and currently based in Los Angeles and Montana.

They released one album on Geffen Records, entitled Your Body Above Me, and scored two rock radio hits in the US, "Wash It Away" in 1997 and "Time Ago" in 1998. After leaving Geffen in 1999, the band signed to Epic Records, but did not release any material, and left the label after two years.

The band is now unsigned. They have independently released an EP and three full-length albums since 2003, the latest being Two Strangers released in October 2010. Passion Leaves a Trace, released in 2007, featured the single "Mine Again" and gained significant exposure through internet media outlets. Paul Durham and Andy Ellis are currently the core members, with Isaac Carpenter and Brian Paturalski accompanying in the studio.