|3||We Got to Get Out of This Place|
|5||Getting the Brush|
|7||No More Nothing|
|8||I Love Living in the City|
|9||I Don’t Care About You|
|10||Have a Beer with Fear|
|11||New York’s Alright If You Like Saxophones|
|12||I Am a Doctor|
|13||Gimme Some Action|
|16||The Mouth Don't Stop (The Trouble with Women Is)|
|18||Bomb the Russians|
|19||We Gotta Get Outa This Place|
|20||Welcome to the Dust Ward|
|23||Waiting for the Meat|
|25||Lets Have a War|
|26||We Destroy The Family|
|27||Let's Have A War|
|28||I Love Livin' In The City|
|30||New York's Alright If You Like Saxophones|
|31||We Gotta Get Out Of This Place|
|32||I Don't Care About You|
Fear is an American punk band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 1977, and is still active today. Credited for helping to shape the sound and style of American hardcore punk, the band started out as part of the early California punk rock scene, and gained national prominence after an infamous 1981 performance on Saturday Night Live.
Frontman Lee Ving has been the band's only constant member. Since their formation, the band went through various lineup changes and at one point featured Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on bass.
Fear was formed in 1977 by vocalist/guitarist Lee Ving and bassist Derf Scratch. They recruited guitarist Burt Good, and drummer Johnny Backbeat to fill out the original lineup. In 1977, Fear released the single "I Love Living in the City". Shortly after this Good and Backbeat left the band and were replaced by Philo Cramer and Spit Stix.