China Crisis Lyrics

Genre: Pop

China Crisis Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Christian
2 Working With Fire And Steel
3 Tragedy and mystery
4 Without The Love
5 Arizona sky
6 The Highest High
7 When The Piper Calls
8 Wishful Thinking
9 You Never See It
10 June Bride
11 Bigger The Punch I'm Feeling
12 Here Come A Raincloud
13 King In A Catholic Style (Wake Up)
14 Scream Down At Me
15 Some People I Know To Lead Fantastic Lives
16 Best Kept Secret
17 Hampton Beach
18 Diary Of A Hollow Horse
19 Hands On The Wheel
20 Hard To Be Around
21 Thank You
22 Black Man Ray
23 Blue Sea
24 Wishing Time
25 Gift Of Freedom
26 Red Sails
27 The Gates Of Door To Door
28 A day's work for the dayo's done
29 The Soul Awakening
30 Age Old Need
31 Strength Of Character
32 Seven sports for all
33 All My Prayers
34 Back Home
35 The world spins I'm part of it
36 Temptation's Big Blue Eyes
37 Day After Day
38 Wall Of God
39 It's Everything
40 You Did Cut Me
41 Always
42 Highest High
43 In Northern Skies
44 African And White
45 Does It Pay
46 Safe As Houses
47 No More Blue Horizons
48 Red Letter Day
49 Are We A Worker
50 Everyday The Same
51 The Understudy
52 One Wish Too Many
53 Saint Saviour Square
54 Be Suspicious
55 Good Again
56 Trading In Gold
57 Singing The Praises Of Finer Things
58 We Do The Same
59 Stranger By Nature
60 Cucumber Garden
61 Worlds Apart
62 Sweet Charity In Adoration
63 Feel To Be Driven Away
64 Real Tears
65 Animals In Jungles
66 Greenacre Bay
67 Hanna Hanna
68 No More Blue Horizons (fool, Fool, Fool)
69 The Way We Are Made
70 No Ordinary Lover
71 Papua

China Crisis Bio

China Crisis is an English pop/rock band. They formed in 1979 in Kirkby, near Liverpool, Merseyside with a core of vocalist/keyboardist Gary Daly and guitarist Eddie Lundon. Their output was pop music similar in style to that of New Wave but with strong similarities to the post-punk movement of the early 1980s, namely inclusion of a broader range of musical influences and occasional flirtation with political commentary. Throughout their career, China Crisis has seen moderate success in the United Kingdom with ten hit singles between August 1982 and January 1987 and six albums, as well as commercial success in Western Europe, Australia and the Americas.

Sharing an affection for Stevie Wonder, Steely Dan, David Bowie, and Brian Eno, Daly and Lundon played with various Knowsley post-punk groups. Daly then spent time tinkering with synthesizers and a drum machine. Along with Lundon, Daly began writing songs. The pair eventually asked drummer and percussionist Dave Reilly to join them, and in 1982 they released their debut single "African and White" as China Crisis on the independent record label, Inevitable. In June 1982, they supported the former Television guitarist, Tom Verlaine, at London's Venue.

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