Echobelly Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Echobelly Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Natural Animal
2 Falling flame
3 Big Sky Mind
4 Here comes the scene
5 Holding the wire
6 Lustra
7 Cold Feet Warm Heart
8 The World Is Flat
9 I Can't Imagine The World Without Me
10 Scream
11 Venus wheel
12 Bunty
13 Bulldog Baby
14 Go Away
15 Strangely Drawn
16 Everyone Knows Better
17 God's guest list
18 Great Thing
19 Here Comes The Big Rush
20 Great Things
21 Djinn
22 Bellyache
23 I'm Not A Saint
24 In The Year
25 What You Deserve
26 Call Me Names
27 Iris Art
28 I Don't Belong Here
29 King Of The Kerb
30 You Started A Fire In The Heart Of A Wasted Life
31 Close ... But
32 One after 5AM
33 One in a Million
34 O
35 On turn on
36 Nobody Like You
37 I Can’t Imagine the World Without Me
38 I Can't Imagine The World Without Me
39 Father Ruler King Computer
40 Paradise
41 Sleeping hitler
42 Pantyhose And Roses
43 I Can't Imagine The World Without Me
44 Give Her A Gun
45 Sober
46 Something Hot In A Cold Country
47 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
48 Wired On
49 So la di da
50 Worms And Angels
51 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
52 Insomniac
53 Aloha lolita
54 Talent
55 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
56 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
57 Atom
58 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
59 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
60 Taste Of You
61 We know better
62 To Get Me Thru The Good Times
63 I Can't Imagine the World Without Me
64 Today Tomorrow Sometime Never
65 Centipede
66 Car Fiction
67 A Good Day
68 I’m Not a Saint
69 Angel B
70 Drive myself distracted
71 Dark Therapy
72 All Tomorrow Brings
73 Dark Therapy (single version)
74 Bleed
75 Fake
76 Four Letter Word
77 Gravity Pulls

Echobelly Bio

Echobelly were a prominent Britpop band and a force in the British musical invasion of the 1990s.

They debuted in 1994 with their Everyone's Got One album. Although often compared to Blondie and influenced by Morrissey, who himself was a fan of the group, Echobelly carved out their own place with tuneful melodies that cascaded between exuberant optimism and vehement attacks against oppression, bigotry, and alienation in the modern world.

The most prominent part of Echobelly's success formula was vocalist Sonya Madan, who was also the group's primary lyricist. Born in Delhi, India, before moving to England at the age of two, Madan had an unusual background for a pop star. Her rigid upbringing made rock n' roll taboo for her as a youngster, and she didn't attend her first rock concert until she was in college. In 1990 she met Glenn Johansson, a guitarist from Sweden who was pursuing a career in music. Johansson had previously edited a Swedish pornographic magazine called Eros, which may contribute to the band's focus on sexual issues in many of their songs. He and Madan dated for a while, then remained friends after breaking up.

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