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

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