Klaatu Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Klaatu Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Juicy Lucy
2 Magentalane (…It Feels So Good)
3 All Good Things (Live 2005)
4 Perpetual Motion Machine
5 Older (live)
6 Sell Out, Sell Out (demo)
7 Around the Universe In Eighty Day
8 For You Girl
9 Silly Boys
10 I Don't Wanna Go Home (demo)
11 Little Neutrino (Live)
12 Around The Universe In 80 Days
13 Juicy Lucy (12" single mix)
14 I Can't Help It
15 Anus of Uranus
16 Long Live Politzania!
17 Hot Box City (live)
18 Knee Deep in Love
19 True Life Hero
20 A Million Miles Away
21 We're Off You Know (single mix)
22 Paranoia
23 Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
24 Blue Smoke
25 Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft
26 Howl at the Moon
27 We're Off You Know
28 Magentalane
29 Doctor Marvello
30 Set the World on Fire
31 Madman
32 Maybe I'll Move To Mars
33 The Loneliest of Creatures
34 Hot Box City
35 Around the Universe in Eighty Days
36 Mrs. Toad's Cookies
37 The Love of a Woman
38 Dog Star
39 Long Live Politzania
40 Chérie
41 Dear Christine
42 Sell Out, Sell Out
43 I Don't Wanna Go Home
44 Hope
45 All Good Things
46 December Dream
47 Tokeymore Field
48 Little Neutrino
49 California Jam
50 Juicy Luicy
51 Calling Occupants Of Interplanetary Craft (The Recognized Anthem of World Contact Day)
52 A Routine Day
53 Sub-Rosa Subway
54 Tokeymor Field
55 The Politzanian National Anthem
56 Everybody Took a Holiday
57 So Said the Lighthouse Keeper
58 At the End of the Rainbow
59 Epilogue
60 Older
61 For You Girl (7" single B-side)
62 Cherie
63 Prelude
64 Mister Manson
65 We're Off You Know (orchestral)

Klaatu Bio

Klaatu was a Canadian rock group formed in 1973 by the duo of John Woloschuk and Dee Long. They named themselves after the extraterrestrial Klaatu portrayed by Michael Rennie in the film The Day the Earth Stood Still. After recording two non-charting singles, drummer Terry Draper was added to the line-up; this trio would comprise Klaatu throughout the rest of the band's recording career.

In Canada, the band is remembered for several hits, including "California Jam" (1974), "Calling Occupants of Interplanetary Craft" (1977) and "Knee Deep In Love" (1980). In the U.S. "Calling Occupants" b/w "Sub-Rosa Subway" was a minor double-sided hit and their only chart entry, peaking at No. 62 in 1977.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Klaatu_(band)