Camper Van Beethoven Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Camper Van Beethoven Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Joe Stalin's Cadillac
2 All Her Favorite Fruit
3 A.c. Cover
4 Opening Theme
5 Sad Lover's Waltz
6 Om Eye
7 The Fool
8 (We're A) Bad Trip
9 I Love Her All The Time
10 We Saw Jerry's Daughter
11 We Love You
12 Opi Rides Again - Club Med Sucks
13 Waka
14 Chain Of Circumstance
15 Come On Darkness
16 Eye Of Fatima
17 Peace And Love
18 O Death
19 One Of These Days
20 The History Of Utah
21 The Humid Press Of Days
22 Wasted
23 Turquoise Jewelry
24 Where The Hell Is Bill?
25 Yanqui Go Home
26 Sometimes
27 When I Win The Lottery
28 Take The Skinheads Bowling
29 Ambiguity Song
30 Folly
31 Crossing Over
32 Zz Top Goes To Egypt
33 Good Guys And Bad Guys
34 Circles
35 Devil Song
36 Ice Cream Everyday
37 Interstellar Overdrive
38 (Don't Ya Go To) Goleta
39 Interlude
40 Eye of Fatima (Part Two)
41 My Path Belated
42 Jack Ruby
43 Payed Vacation: Greece
44 4 Year Plan
45 June
46 Stairway To Heavan
47 The Day That Lassie Went To The Moon
48 Tina
49 Six More Miles to the Graveyard
50 Sweethearts
51 Tania
52 Une Fois
53 Classy Dames and Able Gents
54 Sp37597
55 New Roman Times
56 No More Bullshit
57 Out Like A Lion
58 We Eat Your Children
59 The Poppies Of Balmorhea
60 The Light From A Cake
61 Goldbase
62 (We Workers Do Not Understand) Modern Art
63 The Long Plastic Hallway
64 Too High For The Love-in
65 Darken Your Door
66 Abundance
67 I Am Talking To This Flower
68 Turtlehead
69 Life Is Grand
70 9 Of Disks
71 Five Sticks
72 You Got To Roll
73 Axe Murderer Song
74 Grasshopper
75 Cattle (Reversed)
76 Come Out
77 Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out
78 I Live In LA
79 Los Tigres Traficantes
80 Change Your Mind
81 Balalaika Gap
82 Aged In Wood
83 Guardian Angels
84 Camp Pendleton
85 I Hate This Part Of Texas
86 Borderline
87 Border Ska
88 Hoe Yourself Down
89 A Love For All Time
90 Dockweiler Beach
91 Cowboys From Hollywood
92 Hippy Chix
93 I Don't See You
94 Come Down The Coast
95 I'm Not Like Everybody Else
96 Sugartown
97 Civil Disobedience
98 Flowers
99 Eye of Fatima (Part One)
100 Mao Reminisces About His Days In Southern China
101 Peaches In The Summertime
102 Never Go Back
103 51-7
104 Down and Out
105 Discotheque CVB
106 Oh No!
107 Lulu Land
108 Northern California Girls
109 Sons Of The New Golden West
110 Dust Pan
111 Hey Brother
112 (I Was Born in a) Laundromat
113 Summer Days
114 Photograph
115 White Fluffy Clouds
116 Form Another Stone
117 Los Tigres Dub
118 Shut Us Down
119 La Costa Perdida
120 Porpoise Mouth
121 That Gum You Like Is Back In Style
122 Alien Ghost Song
123 O Death (Traditioal Lyrics And Arrangement)
124 Skinhead Stomp
125 Heart
126 Processional
127 Might Makes Right
128 It’s Gonna Rain
129 Still Wishing To Course
130 The Ultimate Solution
131 Seven Languages
132 Militia Song
133 No Flies On Us
134 Might Makes Right Dub
135 Pictures Of Matchstick Men
136 She Divines Water
137 Surprise Truck
138 It Was Like That When We Got Here
139 R ’N’ R Uzbekistan
140 No Krugerrands for David
141 Love The Witch
142 Vladivostok

Camper Van Beethoven Bio

Camper Van Beethoven is an American alternative rock group formed in Redlands, California in 1983.

An eclectic band, Camper Van Beethoven mixes elements of pop, ska, punk rock, folk and alternative country, as well as various types of world music. Their aggressive musical pluralism created a multi-disciplinary sound that has rapidly evolved from record to record. The band initially polarized audiences within the hardcore punk scene of California's Inland Empire that birthed them before finding wider acceptance in their new home of Santa Cruz and, eventually, an international audience. Their strong iconoclasm and emphasis on Do It Yourself values proved to be influential to the burgeoning indie rock movement.

Released within an 18 month period, the band's first three, independent records enjoyed critical success, each placing in The Village Voice's 1986 Pazz and Jop Top 100 Albums list. Their debut single, "Take the Skinheads Bowling", remains a college rock radio staple. The group signed to Virgin Records in 1987, released two lauded albums and enjoyed chart success with their 1989 cover of Status Quo's "Pictures of Matchstick Men", a number one hit on Billboard Magazine's Modern Rock Tracks. They disbanded the following year, however, due to internal tensions. Individual members found greater success thereafter, with lead singer David Lowery forming Cracker, multi-instrumentalist David Immerglück joining the Counting Crows, and several other members playing in Monks of Doom. Beginning in 1999, the former members resumed their collaboration, resulting in a full-fledged reunion and several new releases.