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Frente! Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Frente! Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Pretty Friend
2 Bizarre Love Triangle (2014 remaster)
3 I'll Miss You (2014 Remaster)
4 Reflect (2014 Remaster)
5 See/Believe (2014 remaster)
6 Explode
7 Most Beautiful (2014 remaster)
8 Somethin' Stupid (Stoopid) (2014 Remaster)
9 Jungle
10 Labour of Love (original)
11 Cuscutlan
12 No Time (2014 remaster)
13 What's Come Over Me?
14 Horrible
15 No Time
16 Cuscatlan
17 Cuscatalan (2014 Remaster)
18 Whats Come Over Me
19 Air
20 Paper, Bullets, Walls
21 Out of My Sight
22 Accidently Kelly Street (2014 remaster)
23 Goodbye Goodguy
24 Lonely
25 Burning Land
26 Ordinary Angels (2014 remaster)
27 Clue
28 Let The Sunshine In
29 The Book Song
30 Labour of Love - Original Version - 2014 remaster
31 Dangerous (2014 Remaster)
32 Harm
33 Oh, Brilliance
34 Ordinary Angels - Original Version - 2014 remaster
35 Labour of Love (2014 remaster)
36 So Mad
37 Ordinary Angels
38 Ordinary Angels - Remastered
39 Girl (2014 Remaster)
40 Safe From You
41 Risk
42 Bizarre Love Triangle (2014 Remaster)
43 Something Stupid
44 The Destroyer
45 Bizarre Love Triangle
46 Dangerous (2014 Remaster)
47 Not Given Lightly (2014 Remaster)
48 Calmly
49 Girl
50 Dangerous - 2014 remaster
51 Oh Brilliance (2014 Remaster)
52 Most Beautiful
53 Labour Of Love
54 Cuscatalan
55 Labour of Love ("Whirled” Version) (2014 Remaster)
56 Open Up Your Heart And Let The Sun Shine In
57 Testimony
58 1.9.0.
59 Risk (2014 Remaster)
60 Reflect
61 Dangerous
62 Lonely (2014 Remaster)
63 Ordinary Angels ("Clunk” Version) (2014 Remaster)
64 Bizarre Love Triangle - 2014 remaster
65 Not Given Lightly
66 Accidently Kelly Street
67 Explode (2014 Remaster)
68 Book Song (2014 Remaster)
69 Pretty Friend (2014 remaster)
70 See / Believe

Frente! Bio

Frente! (or Frente) are an Australian alternative rock and folk-pop group which originally formed in 1989. The original line-up consisted of Simon Austin on guitar and backing vocals, Angie Hart on lead vocals, Tim O'Connor on bass guitar (later replaced by Bill McDonald), and Mark Picton on drums (later replaced by Alastair Barden, then by Pete Luscombe). In August 1991 they issued their debut extended play, Whirled, which included the track, "Labour of Love". In April 1992 they released a second EP, Clunk, with its featured track, "Ordinary Angels", which peaked at No. 3 on the ARIA Singles Chart. It was followed in December by "Accidently Kelly Street", which reached No. 4 in 1993. Their debut album, Marvin the Album, also issued in December, which appeared at No. 5 on the ARIA Albums Chart. "Labour of Love" was re-issued in 1994 as a CD single with a cover version of New Order's "Bizarre Love Triangle" included. Australian rock music historian, Ian McFarlane, felt the group's "quirky, irreverent, acoustic-based sound was at odds with the usual guitar-heavy, grunge trends of the day. The band's presentation had a tweeness about it that could have been off-putting if not for its genuine freshness and honesty".

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frente!