Filter Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Filter Lyrics - by Popularity

1 It's Gonna Kill Me
2 Take A Picture
3 No Love
4 Drug Boy
5 Absentee Father
6 Take Another
7 The Inevitable Relapse
8 Spent
9 Under
10 Only You
11 The Best Things
12 Welcome to the Fold
13 Take My Picture
14 Dose
15 The Only Way (Is The Wrong Way)
16 Hey Man Nice Shot
17 It's Over
18 I Keep The Flowers Around
19 Stuck In Here
20 Captain Bligh
21 Kill The Day
22 The Only Wa
23 It’s My Time
24 (Can't She See) Head Of Fire, Part 2
25 I'm Not The Only One
26 Lie After Lie
27 Hey Man
28 It’s Just You
29 Cold (Anthem For The Damned)
30 The Better Years
31 White Like That
32 I Will Lead You
33 Soldier Of Misfortune
34 Where Do We Go
35 Faded
36 Columind
37 Miss Blue
38 The Take
39 Never Be The Same
40 The Hand That's Dealt
41 (Can't You) Trip Like I Do
42 God Damn Me
43 Sand
44 The Wake
45 Trip Like I Do
46 Mother E
47 Jurassitol
48 It Can Never Be the Same
49 Skinny
50 What's Next
51 We Hate It When You Get What You Want
52 Nothing In My Hands
53 One
54 My Long Walk To Jail
55 What Do You Say
56 Pride Flag
57 Thanks Bro
58 So I Quit
59 Surprise
60 The City Of Blinding Riots
61 Consider This
62 The 4th
63 Down With Me
64 Watch The Sun Come Out Tonight
65 Take Me To Heaven
66 The Missing
67 American Cliche
68 Catch A Falling Knife
69 It’s Got to Be Right Now
70 Welcome To The Suck (Destiny Not Luck)
71 Gerbil
72 Can Stop This
73 The Trouble With Angels
74 This Finger’s For You
75 Head Of Fire
76 Where Do We Go From Here
77 Clouds
78 Self Inflicted
79 Tremors
80 World Today
81 Hatred Is Contagious
82 No Re-Entry
83 First You Break It
84 Kid Blue From The Short Bus, Drunk Bunk
85 So Cool
86 You Walk Away
87 Burn It
88 Your Bullets
89 Cancer
90 In Dreams
91 Fades Like A Photograph (Dead Angel)
92 Take That Knife Out of My Back
93 Under The Tongue

Filter Bio

Filter is an alternative rock group formed in 1993 in Cleveland, Ohio by Richard Patrick and guitarist/programmer Brian Liesegang.

Their first album, Short Bus, was released in 1995. The album was commercially successful, and included the hit single "Hey Man, Nice Shot". The song was somewhat controversial, as it was seen as capitalizing on the public suicide of Budd Dwyer. Kurt Cobain's suicide was widely rumored to have inspired the song, but the band refuted this. In need of a live band to tour the album, Patrick and Liesegang recruited Geno Lenardo on guitar, Frank Cavanagh on bass, and Matt Walker on drums. They would all later be featured in the video for the album's second single, "Dose".

Between Filter's first and second albums, the band became known for their soundtrack contributions, The first of these tracks, "Thanks Bro", landed on the Songs In The Key Of X: Music From And Inspired By The X-Files album. Patrick is a fan of the show, and furthermore, his brother, Robert Patrick (of Terminator 2 fame, who can be seen wearing a leather jacket with a Nine Inch Nails pin in several interviews for that movie), even went on to star in the show as John Doggett in its later seasons.