Fischer-Z Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Fischer-Z Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Ho Ho Ho
2 Radio K I L L
3 Berlin
4 The Worker
5 Marguerite Yourcenar
6 Oh Mother
7 Of All The
8 Killing Time
9 Headlines
10 Crazy Girl
11 Haters
12 The Peaches And Cream
13 Leave It To The Businessmen To Die Young
14 Realistic Man
15 So Far
16 Song And Dance Brigade
17 Going Deaf For A Living
18 Pretty Paracetamol
19 I Can'l Wait That Long
20 So Long
21 You'll Never Find Brian Here
22 Count To Ten
23 It's Only A Hurricane
24 The Crank
25 In England
26 Luton To Lisbon
27 Destination Paradise
28 Just Words
29 And This We Call Crime
30 Lutton To Lisabon
31 Red Skies Over Paradise (A Brighton Dream)
32 Further From Love
33 Masquerade
34 Blue Anemone
35 Marliese
36 Tallulah Tomorrow
37 Untitled Track
38 Human Beings
39 Multinationals Bites
40 The Perfect Day
41 Mockingbird Again
42 Say No
43 Kamikaze Shirt
44 Red Skies Over Paradise (A Brigthon Dream)
45 Acrobats
46 She Said
47 Billy And The Motorway Police
48 Saturday Night
49 Sticky Business
50 Marlon
51 The Writer
52 Say When
53 Polythene
54 Wristcutter's Lullaby
55 Lemmings
56 So Hard
57 Four Minutes In Durham (With You)
58 You'l Never Find Brian Here
59 Lies
60 Still In Flames
61 Stars
62 Big Drum
63 Nice To Know
64 Tightrope
65 Stripper In The Mirror
66 Fighting Back The Tears
67 Remember Russia
68 Time For Rita
69 Limbo
70 Heartbeat
71 Spiders
72 Will You Be There?
73 No Right
74 Bathroom Scenarion
75 The French Let Her
76 Pickup, Slip Up
77 Battalions Of Strangers
78 It Takes Iove
79 Huba
80 Room Service
81 Wax Dolls
82 Caruso
83 It Could Be You
84 Cruise Missiles
85 Marguerite

Fischer-Z Bio

Fischer-Z were a British rock band, who released nine albums between 1979 and 2002. The original line-up consisted of John Watts (vocals, guitar), David Graham (bass), Steve Skolnik (keyboards) and Steve Liddle (drums).

Fischer-Z's biggest hit was "The Worker", one of the few records to go down the chart, after being featured on BBC Television's Top Of The Pops. In an interview in Record Mirror in 1981, Watts put this down to the remix of the song from the album version which put the emphasis on the keyboards rather than his guitar. Watts's lyrics drew heavily on his experiences as a mental health care worker. They were more popular in mainland Europe than their native UK - particularly Portugal, Belgium and Germany, where Watts continued to have hits as a solo artist after he decided to break the band up. They were most successful of all in Australia, where they achieved two Top 20 hits with "So Long" and "The Perfect Day".