Reel Big Fish Lyrics

Genre: Ska

Reel Big Fish Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Brand New Song
2 Big Star
3 I'll Never Be
4 Take On Me (Cover Of A-ha)
5 Take On Me
6 Come on Eileen
7 Ban the Tube Top
8 I Want Your Girlfriend to Be My Girlfriend Too
9 Mama We're All Crazy Now
10 Another F.U. Song
11 Keep A Cool Head
12 She's Famous Now
13 Way Back
14 I Hate You, Fuck You, Leave Me Alone
15 Somebody Hates Me
16 Til I Hit The Ground
17 New York, New York
18 99 Red Balloons
19 Somebody Loved Me
20 We Care
21 Monkey Man
22 Valerie
23 Snoop Dog, Baby
24 Where Have You Been
25 The Long Run
26 A Little Doubt Goes a Long Way
27 Go Away
28 Another Day In Paradise
29 She's Got A Girlfriend Now
30 Cheer Up
31 Thank You For Not Moshing [Clean]
32 Don't Start A Band [Clean]
33 Scott's a Dork
34 Give It to Me
35 Song #3
36 The Promise
37 Please Don't Tell Her I Have A Girlfriend
38 Fuck Off Song
39 Dateless Loser
40 Everything Sucks [Clean]
41 Beer
42 Talkin' Bout Revolution
43 I'm Cool (Acoustic demo)
44 Drunk Again
45 Sellout
46 Everything Sucks
47 Don't Start a Band
48 Victory Over Peter Bones (The Legend of Alan Guile Versus Peter Bones)
49 Let's Go Smoke Some Pot
50 I'm Her Man
51 NY, NY
52 Good Thing
53 Sell Out [Clean]
54 Hungry Like the Wolf
55 Thank You for Not Moshing
56 Punisher
57 Big Fuckin' Star
58 She's Famous Now [Clean]
59 Where Have You Been? [Clean]
60 Join the Club
61 Turn the Radio Off
62 The Kids Don't Like It
63 Everyone Else In As Asshole
64 Cannibal
65 Give It To Me [Explicit]
66 Rock 'n Roll Is Bitchin'
67 Take On Me [Clean]
68 Nothin'
69 Say Goodbye
70 The Set Up (You Need This)
71 She’s Not The End Of The World
72 Average Man
73 Brown Eyed Girl
74 Beer [Clean]
75 Cheer Up [Clean]
76 Sell Out
77 Super Hero #5
78 Don’t Let Me Down Gently
79 Dateless Losers
80 Suckers
81 I Want Your Girlfriend To Be My Girlfriend Too [Clean]
82 She Has a Girlfriend Now
83 A-W-E-S-O-M-E
84 You Don't Know
85 I Know You Too Well To Like You Anymore
86 Party Down
87 Trendy [Clean]
88 The Set Up (You Need This) [Clean]
89 Skatanic
90 Drinkin'
91 All I Want Is More
92 Hiding In My Headphones
93 Twist And Crawl
94 We Hate It When Our Friends Become Successful
95 What Are Friends For
96 Boys Don't Cry
97 The Fire [Clean]
98 Boyfriend
99 I Dare You To Break My Heart
100 Live Your Dream
101 Veronica Sawyer
102 Authority Song
103 241
104 I Want Your Girlfriend To Be My Girlfriend
105 Trendy
106 The Bad Guy
107 Call You
108 Your Girlfriend Sucks
109 My Imaginary Friend
110 We Close Our Eyes
111 Alternative Baby
112 I Want Your Girlfriend To Be M
113 One Hit Wonderful [Clean]
114 Fuck Yourself
115 Don’t Stop Skankin’
116 Slow Down
117 Won't Back Down
118 Mele Kalikimaka
119 I'm Cool
120 Gigantic
121 Spin the Globe
122 Famous Last Words
123 The New Version Of You
124 Ban The Tube Top [Clean]
125 S.R.
126 Give It To Me [Clean]
127 Down In Flames
128 One Hit Wonderful
129 Hate You
130 Lost Cause
131 Will The Revolution Come
132 Talk Dirty To Me
133 Boss DJ
134 Suckers [Clean]
135 Unity
136 Where Have You Been? (Modern Rock Version)
137 Everything Is Cool
138 Nothing But A Good Time
139 In The Pit
140 I Love/You Suck
141 Story of My Life
142 Brand New Hero
143 Nothin' But A Good Time
144 Why Do All Girls Think They're Fat?
145 The Fire
146 Sayonara Señorita
147 Say Ten
148 P.S. I Hate You
149 Everybody's Drunk

Reel Big Fish Bio

Reel Big Fish is an American ska punk band from Huntington Beach, California, best known for the 1997 hit "Sell Out". The band gained mainstream recognition in the mid-to-late 1990s, during the third wave of ska with the release of the gold certified album Turn the Radio Off. Soon after, the band lost mainstream recognition but gained an underground cult following. The band was no longer signed to a major record label in 2006 and is currently independent. After many line-up changes throughout the years, front man Aaron Barrett remains the only founding member in the band.

Reel Big Fish released a demo in 1992 which is now called "In The Good Old Days". With the departure of Ben Guzman, then backup vocalist Aaron Barrett took his place as lead singer. The band then changed their genre to ska.

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