Genre: Christian

FIVE IRON FRENZY Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Plan B
2 Combat Church
3 The Greatest Story Ever Told
4 Giants
5 Where Zero Meets Fifteen
6 Fistful Of Sand
7 Handbook For The Sellout
8 Fahrenheit
9 Beautiful America
10 Four-Fifty-One
11 Farsighted
12 Oh, Canada
13 Combat Chuck
14 Cool Enough For You
15 Rhubarb Pie
16 Pre-Ex-Girlfriend
17 Mayonnaise Taco Monday
18 Spartan
19 Me Oh My
20 The Day We Killed
21 All That Is Good
22 Milestone
23 Vultures
24 Dandelions
25 Get Your Riot Gear
26 My Evil Plan To Save The World
27 Third World Think Tank
28 Blue Comb '78
29 The Untimely Death Of Brad
30 Burn
31 You Probably Shouldn't Move Here
32 A Flowery Song
33 Arnold And Willis And Mr. Drumondd
34 I've Seen the Sun
35 Blue Mix
36 Amalgamate
37 Blizzards & Bygones
38 All The Hype
39 Car
40 Kitty Doggy
41 Anthem
42 Kamikaze
43 To Start a Fire
44 A New Hope
45 Eulogy
46 Litmus
47 Arnold And Willis And Mr. Drumond
48 Marty
49 Battle Dancing Unicorns with Glitter
50 Far Far Away
51 Most Likely To Succeed
52 Mind For Treason
53 Into Your Veins
54 Dog Food
55 It Was a Dark & Stormy Night
56 Juggernaut
57 Second Season
58 Someone Else's Problem
59 Hurricanes
60 Suckerpunch
61 Everywhere I Go
62 Abraham Lincoln Beard Part 1
63 I Am Jack's Smirking Revenge
64 I Still Like Larry
65 Superpowers
66 Faking Life
67 So Far
68 It's Not Unusual
69 Where Is Micah?
70 I Feel Lucky
71 Kingdom Of The Dinosaurs
72 Zen & the Art of Xenophobia
73 It's So Hot I'm Going To Have A Heatstroke
74 We Own the Skies
75 Solidarity
76 Old West
77 You Gotta Get Up
78 Against a Sea of Troubles
79 You Can't Handle This
80 Shut Up
81 Cannonball
82 The Phantom Mullet
83 Banner Year
84 One Girl Army
85 Chew Water
86 Ugly Day
87 Sweet Talkin' Woman
88 Where The Zero Meets The Fifteen
89 Canada
90 World Without End
91 Every New Day


Five Iron Frenzy (also known as Five Iron or FIF) was a Christian ska band formed in Denver, Colorado in 1995 and disbanded in 2003.

The band's music was most heavily influenced by ska and punk rock, but their influences also include heavy metal. Their songs often include salsa-style shouting, sophisticated literary and music references, and elaborate trombone solos. The band was signed to 5 Minute Walk in 1996, and stayed with the label for nine of its releases. Two other albums were self-released, and another was released through Asian Man Records.

The band never received any significant music industry awards, and received relatively little attention in mainstream media. Their biggest national exposure came when their song, "Oh, Canada" (which referenced William Shatner), appeared on the TV series Boston Legal (in which Shatner stars) in October 2005, almost two years after their last show. Over the course of their career they sold close to one million units in total.

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