55k
Like

Powerman 5000 Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Powerman 5000 Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Meaning Of Life
2 Time Bomb, Baby
3 Theme to a Fake Revolution
4 An Eye Is Upon You
5 Show Me What You Got
6 When Worlds Collide
7 20 Miles to Texas 25 to Hell
8 What The World Does
9 Megatronic
10 Do Your Thing
11 Watch the Sky for Me
12 Car Crash
13 Even Superman Shot Himself
14 Watch The Skys For Me
15 177 TR?
16 V Is For Vampire
17 Tokyo Vigilante #1
18 Horror Show
19 Wake Up
20 The Shape of Things to Come
21 My Tongue Is My Life
22 Rise
23 Make Us Insane
24 Time Bomb
25 Automatic
26 "Operate, Annihilate"
27 Super Villian
28 Blast Off To Nowhere
29 Organizized Live
30 The Future That Never Was
31 Intelligent Creatures
32 Machines For The Living
33 Good Times Roll
34 Strike the Match
35 Tokyo Vigilante, No. 1
36 A Swim With The Sharks
37 Nobody's Real
38 Free
39 Somewhere On The Other Side Of Nowhere
40 One Thing Leads To Another
41 Operation Annihilate
42 What If
43 Action
44 Get Your Bones
45 Devil Inside
46 Earth Vs. Me
47 Supernova Goes Pop
48 The End Is Over
49 That's Entertainment
50 Technology Eats Its Young
51 Under The Milky Way
52 System 11:11
53 Ultra-Mega
54 A is for Apathy
55 Organized
56 Electric Avenue
57 File Under Action
58 The Son Of X-51
59 Drop the Bombshell
60 Transform
61 Relax
62 Candy-O
63 Mega!! Kung Fu Radio
64 They Know Who You Are
65 Danger Is Go!
66 Top of the World
67 Ultra Mega(Powerman 5000)
68 Pop Muzik
69 Neckbone
70 Tonight the Stars Revolt!
71 Stereotype
72 Assess the Mess
73 Should I Stay Or Should I Go
74 Organizized
75 Tomorrow Is Yesterday
76 The End Of Everything
77 "Hey, That's Right!"
78 Army of Me
79 Whip It
80 Public Menace, Freak, Human Fly
81 Super Villain
82 I Knew It
83 Jump
84 Standing 8
85 End
86 Eye Out
87 We're Not Gonna Take It
88 Get On, Get Off
89 The One And Only
90 Song About Nuthin'
91 Bombshell
92 Hell Burns With Fire

Powerman 5000 Bio

Powerman 5000 (aka PM5K) is a Boston-based rock band formed in 1991. Frontman Spider One is the younger brother of Rob Zombie.

In 1991, Spider dropped out of art school and bought a cheap 4-track home studio and drum machine. Working under the title "MC Spider", he recorded "Much Evil" with producer Lamar Lowder. Building on local success, he built a band under the name Powerman 5000. Their style was in the nature of rap/metal that had yet to gain popularity. In 1993, longtime guitarist Adam 12 (Adam Williams) joined the band. In 1994 and 1995, Powerman released two independent records, True Force and The Blood Splat Rating System. Both albums were local successes. In 1996, they performed on the second stage of Ozzfest and appeared on an episode of Beverly Hills 90210 where David and Donna filmed a music video for their song "Strike the Match".

Source:  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Powerman_5000