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Omd Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Omd Lyrics - by Popularity

1 This Is Helena
2 Joan Of Arc (Maid Of Orleans)
3 Talking Loud And Clear
4 Locomotion
5 Joan Of Arc
6 Messages
7 SEALAND
8 We Love You
9 Pandoras Box
10 Dreaming
11 Electricity
12 Almost
13 Statues
14 La Femme Accident
15 So In Love
16 Crush
17 The Messerschmitt Twins
18 Tesla Girls
19 Promise
20 Walking On The Milky Way
21 Universal
22 Sister Marie Says
23 The Future Will Be Silent
24 The Sun & The Moon
25 Pulse
26 Helen Of Troy
27 Our System
28 Please Remain Seated
29 White Trash
30 The More I See You
31 Bondage Of Fate
32 Kissing The Machine
33 The Misunderstanding
34 The Dead Girls
35 New Babies; New Toys
36 Decimal
37 Enola Gay
38 Stanlow
39 Forever (Live and Die)
40 The Black Sea
41 New Holy Ground
42 Stay With Me
43 If You Leave
44 Red Frame/White Light
45 That Was Then
46 Victory Waltz
47 Dresden
48 Stay
49 Call My Name
50 Stand Above Me
51 2nd Thought
52 Atomic Ranch
53 Hard Day
54 Southern
55 Annex
56 Final Song
57 THE BEGINNING AND THE END
58 Georgia
59 Radio Prague
60 Very Close To Far Away
61 Never Turn Away
62 Motion And Heart
63 New Head
64 Too Late
65 Mystereality
66 Flame of Hope
67 Goddess Of Love
68 The Boy From The Chemist Is Here To See You
69 SECRET
70 THE NEW STONE AGE
71 Hold You
72 Everyday
73 Best Years Of Our Lives
74 Bunker Soldiers
75 Dollar Girl
76 The Gospel Of St. Jude
77 Souvenir
78 Neon Lights
79 All Wrapped Up
80 I Betray My Friends
81 Romance Of The Telescope
82 Julia's Song
83 History Of Modern Part 1
84 Metroland
85 Vcl Xi
86 History Of Modern Part 2
87 Night Cafe

Omd Bio

Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark (OMD) are a British New Wave group formed in 1978, whose founding members, Andy McCluskey (vocals, bass guitar) and Paul Humphreys (keyboards, vocals), are originally from the Wirral Peninsula, England. The band rose to fame with their fourth single "Enola Gay", which became a major hit throughout Europe in 1980, and achieved worldwide popularity the following year with their third album Architecture & Morality. Regarded as the band's seminal work, it spawned three international hit singles and propelled them to superstar status in their home country. OMD, whose music frequently eschewed traditional pop music arrangements in favour of experimentation, were retrospectively described by AllMusic's Ned Raggett as having been "in the enviable position of at once being creative innovators and radio-friendly pop giants."

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