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Fu Manchu Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Fu Manchu Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Eatin' Dust
2 Living Legend
3 Time To Fly
4 Coyote Duster
5 Evil Eye
6 Neptune's Convoy
7 El Busta
8 Tilt
9 Laserbl'ast!
10 Trapeze Freak
11 Seahag
12 Weird Beard
13 Gargantuan March
14 Invaders on My Back
15 Anxiety Reducer
16 Nothing Done
17 Travel Agent
18 Solid Hex
19 Free And Easy (Summer Girls)
20 Take It Away
21 Radio Source Sagittarius
22 Saturn III
23 Wurkin'
24 Strato-Streak
25 Mega-Bumpers
26 One Step Too Far
27 Dimension Shifter
28 Strolling Astronomer
29 Supershooter
30 Ojo Rojo
31 Hang On
32 Triplanetary
33 The Action Is Go
34 Godzilla
35 The Bargain
36 Shine It On
37 Squash That Fly
38 The Last Question
39 Trackside Hoax
40 The Falcon Has Landed
41 Show and Shine
42 Bultaco
43 Robotic Invasion
44 Unknown World
45 Module Overload
46 Blue Tile Fever
47 Snake Bellies
48 California Crossing
49 Mutant
50 Urethane
51 Orbiter
52 Boogie Van
53 Superbird
54 Thinkin' Out Loud
55 No Warning
56 Mongoose
57 Pigeon Toe
58 Breathing Fire
59 Egor
60 Evolution Machine
61 Shift Kicker
62 Freedom Of Choice
63 Bionic Astronautics
64 Ampn'
65 Gathering Speed
66 Asphalt Risin'
67 Grasschopper
68 Steel.Beast.Defeated
69 Separate Kingdom
70 Anodizer
71 Lug
72 Cyclone Launch
73 Hell On Wheels
74 Against The Ground
75 Thinking Out Loud
76 Burning Road
77 Push Button Magic
78 Missing Link
79 Hotdoggin'
80 Webfoot Witch Hat
81 Super Bird
82 Grendel Snowman
83 Sleestak
84 King of the Road
85 Wiz Kid
86 Guardrail
87 Space Farm
88 Redline
89 No Dice
90 Signs Of Infinite Power
91 Downtown in Dogtown
92 Hogwash
93 Regal Begal
94 Over the Edge
95 Eyes X 10
96 The Wasteoid

Fu Manchu Bio

Fu Manchu is an American, Southern California based, stoner rock band that formed in 1985.

Fu Manchu originally formed in 1985 as a hardcore punk band called Virulence. The line up was vocalist Ken Pucci, guitarist Scott Hill, bassist Mark Abshire, and drummer Ruben Romano. In 1987 Abshire left the band and was replaced by Greg McCaughey. They recorded their debut LP If This Isn't a Dream... in 1988, which was released on Alchemy Records (1989). In 1990, Pucci left the band and was replaced by vocalist Glenn Chivens, and they changed their name to Fu Manchu. Soon after they released the "Kept Between Trees" 7 inch single on Slap A Ham Records. McCaughey was replaced by Mark Abshire. Chivens also left the band around this time for unknown reasons.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fu_Manchu_(band)