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Pavement Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Pavement Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Strings Of Nashville
2 We Are Underused
3 Summer Babe (Winter Version)
4 Cut your Hair
5 Starlings Of The Slipstream
6 Kennel District
7 Shady Lane/J Vs. S
8 Shady Lane
9 Elevate Me Later
10 Stereo
11 Heaven Is a Truck (Egg Shell)
12 Nail Clinic
13 Unfair
14 Gold Sounds
15 Major Leagues
16 Conduitforsale
17 Stare
18 We Dance
19 Spizzle Trunk
20 Mussle Rock (Is A Horse In Transition)
21 Platform Blues
22 Spit on a Stranger
23 Range Life
24 Rattled by the Rush
25 From Now On
26 Trigger Cut/Wounded-Kite at :17
27 Billie
28 Price Yeah!
29 Black Out
30 Cherry Area
31 No Life Singed Her
32 Speak, See, Remember
33 Mercy: The Laundromat
34 Our Singer
35 Serpentine Pad
36 Stop Breathing
37 In the Mouth a Desert
38 Blue Hawaiian
39 Carrot Rope
40 My Radio
41 Motion Suggests
42 No Tan Lines
43 Conduit for Sale!
44 Date With IKEA
45 Fin
46 Here
47 Father to a Sister of Thought
48 Recorder Grot
49 Zürich Is Stained
50 Embassy Row
51 The Hexx
52 Frontwards
53 Extradition
54 Painted Soldiers
55 Chesley's Little Wrists
56 Infinite Spark
57 Best Friend's Arm
58 Perfect Depth
59 Loretta's Scars
60 Old To Begin
61 Grave Architecture
62 Grounded
63 AT & T
64 Harness Your Hopes
65 Two States
66 Passat Dream
67 Hands Off the Bayou
68 Gold Soundz
69 Fight This Generation
70 Maybe Maybe
71 Perfume-V
72 Same Way Of Saying
73 Pueblo
74 Debris Slide
75 Fame Throwa
76 Your Time To Change
77 Heaven Is a Truck
78 Half a Canyon
79 Westie Can Drum
80 Jackals, False Grails: The Lonesome Era
81 Camera
82 Hit the Plane Down
83 Flux = Rad
84 The Killing Moon
85 Birds In The Majic Industry
86 Folk Jam
87 Transport Is Arranged
88 Forklift
89 Brinx Job
90 Soiled Little Filly
91 Western Homes
92 You Are a Light
93 Type Slowly
94 Ann Don't Cry
95 Unseen Power Of The Picket Fence
96 You're Killing Me
97 Cream of Gold

Pavement Bio

Pavement is an American indie/alternative rock band. Although they experienced only moderate commercial success, they achieved a significant cult following and were one of the most popular and influential lo-fi rock bands of the 1990s. They were called the best band of the 90s by prominent music critics Robert Christgau and Stephen Thomas Erlewine. In their initial ten-year career, they released five full length records, and nine EPs. The group remained signed to an independent label throughout their entire career. The group disbanded in 1999, but after a decade-long hiatus, a reunion was announced in late 2009. They reunited for their first performance in ten years in March 2010 and have embarked on a world tour.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pavement_%28band%29

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