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Prong Lyrics

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Prong Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Power Of The Damager
2 Controller
3 Your Fear
4 No Justice
5 Beg To Differ
6 Take It In Hand
7 The Banishment
8 Mansruin
9 Brainwave
10 Home Rule
11 Pointless
12 Whose Fist Is This Anyway?
13 Rude Awakening
14 Dark Signs
15 Detached
16 Territorial Rites
17 Persecution Tab
18 Kids of the Black Hole
19 Changing Ending Troubling Times
20 Universal Law
21 Prime Cut
22 State of Rebellion
23 One Outnumbered
24 The Book of Change
25 Self Will Run Riot
26 All Knowing Force
27 Primitive Origins
28 Bars
29 Bad Fall
30 Ultimate Authority
31 Persecution
32 Put Myself to Sleep
33 Snap Your Fingers
34 Come To Realize
35 Embrace The Depth
36 Aggravated Condition
37 Seeing Red
38 Without Words
39 List of Grievances
40 Caprice
41 Chamber of Thought
42 Reactive Mind
43 It's Been Decided
44 Don't Want to Know If You Are Lonely
45 Cut And Dry
46 Carved Into Stone
47 Broken Peace
48 Limitations and Validations
49 Regal
50 Force Fed
51 Contradictions
52 Give Me the Cure
53 3rd Option
54 Bought & Sold
55 Freezer Burn
56 Subtract
57 Sublime
58 Inner Truth
59 Look Up at the Sun
60 Hell If I Could
61 Banned in D.C.
62 Pure Ether
63 Another Wordly Device
64 Forgery
65 Path of Least Resistance
66 Test
67 Avoid Promises
68 Third from the Sun
69 Irrelevant Thoughts
70 Cortez the Killer
71 Messages Inside Of Me
72 Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck
73 Drainpipe
74 Reinvestigate
75 Face Value
76 Seriously Emerging
77 Mind the Gap
78 No Way To Deny It
79 Sense of Ease
80 (Get a) Grip (on Yourself)
81 Decay
82 Enter Sandman
83 Out of This Misery
84 Assurances
85 Intermenstrual, D.S.B
86 No Absolutes
87 Looking For Them
88 Third from the Sun (Live Version)
89 Cut-Rate
90 Snap Your Fingers, Snap Your Neck (Live in the Studio)
91 Out Of This Realm
92 Third from the Sun (Live, 1989)
93 Positively Blind
94 Do Nothing
95 Spirit Guide
96 Snap Your Fingers,Snap Your Neck
97 Close The Door
98 Revenge...Best Served Cold (Remix)
99 Steady Decline
100 Entrance Of The Eclipse
101 Another Worldly Device
102 Prove You Wrong
103 Belief System
104 Worst Of It
105 Revenge … Served Cold
106 Turnover
107 Innocence Gone
108 Letter To A Friend
109 Retreat
110 Shouldn't Have Bothered
111 Soul Sickness
112 Can't Stop The Bleeding
113 Climate Control
114 Third From The Sun (Live)
115 The Barriers
116 Lost And Found
117 Red Martial Working
118 Revenge Best Served Cold (Pig Remix By Raymond Watts)
119 Torn Between
120 In Spite of Hindrances
121 The Taming
122 Revenge... Best Served Cold
123 Windows Shut
124 No Question
125 Hidden Agendas
126 Doomsday
127 Unconditional
128 Ice Runs Through My Veins
129 The Coliseum
130 Eternal Heat
131 Remove, Separate Self
132 Without Hope
133 Not Of This Earth
134 Senseless Abuse
135 Vision Thing
136 Strange Days
137 Worth Pursuing
138 Slicing
139 Keep On Living in Pain
140 For Dear Life
141 Ruining Lives
142 Unfortunately
143 Get a Grip
144 Just The Same
145 Goofy's Concern
146 Avenue Of The Finest
147 With Dignity
148 Right To Nothing
149 Ammunition
150 Proud Division
151 Absence of Light

Prong Bio

Prong is an American heavy metal band formed in 1986. The band was originally composed of founder Tommy Victor (vocals, guitar), along with Mike Kirkland (bass) and ex-Swans drummer Ted Parsons. Their first two studio releases, the EP Primitive Origins (1987) and follow-up Force Fed issued a year later, were released independently and directed more towards the hardcore punk. The trio signed with Epic Records, and their first major label release, 1990's Beg to Differ, was a minor success, and received regular exposure on MTV's Headbangers Ball. Former Flotsam and Jetsam bassist Troy Gregory replaced Kirkland for 1991's Prove You Wrong. Gregory was soon replaced by ex-Killing Joke bassist Paul Raven, plus keyboardist John Bechdel (ex-Murder Inc.) for 1994's Cleansing. The album marked a change of direction towards a more industrial sound, being regarded as Prong's "most varied record." Prong would disband following 1996's "less inspired" Rude Awakening.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prong_discography