55k
Like

Saint Etienne Lyrics

Genre: Electronic

Saint Etienne Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Wilson
2 People get real
3 Home
4 Calico
5 Hobart Paving
6 La La La
7 You're In a Bad Way
8 We're in the City
9 Only love can break your heart
10 Nothing can stop us
11 Heart Failed
12 Etienne gonna die
13 Action
14 Downey, CA
15 The Bad Photographer
16 Got A Job
17 Shower Scene
18 Answer Song
19 New Thing
20 I've Got Your Music (Golden Filter Remix)
21 Madeleine
22 Stop And Think It Over
23 Teenage Winter
24 Summer Song
25 It's All Gone Horribly Wrong
26 Soft Like Me
27 Tonight
28 Popular (Tom Middleton Cosmos Remix)
29 Hate Your Drug
30 Gonna Have A Party
31 Carnt sleep
32 He's On The Phone
33 Marble Lions
34 Avenue
35 Abby, I Hardly Knew You
36 Slow Down At The Castle
37 Last Days of Disco
38 Girl VII
39 Heading for the Fair (The Time and Space Machine Waltzer Remix)
40 Finisterre
41 Welcome Home
42 Wood Cabin
43 Tomorrow Never Dies
44 London belongs to me
45 Mr. Donut
46 Do It All
47 4:35 In The Morning
48 Heading for the Fair
49 Dilworth's theme
50 Tonight (Club Clique Remix)
51 Relocate
52 Snowbound On The South Bank
53 Downey California
54 7 Summers
55 Goodnight Jack
56 Message In A Bottle
57 Lightning Strikes Twice
58 I've Got Your Music
59 Boy Scouts of America
60 Answer Song (White Horses Remix)
61 Dutch TV
62 My Christmas Prayer
63 I Was Born On Christmas Day
64 Who Do You Think You Are
65 No Rainbows For Me
66 Lose That Girl
67 Suburban Autumn Lieutenant
68 Thank You
69 Over the Border
70 On the Shore
71 Haunted Jukebox (Summer Camp Remix)
72 Archway People
73 I Don't Intend To Spend Christmas Without You
74 Summerisle
75 Like a Motorway
76 Jack Lemmon
77 Conchita Martinez
78 Been so Long
79 Here Come Clown Feet
80 B92
81 Record Doctor
82 Former Lover
83 I've Got Your Music (Kisses Remix)
84 Clark Country Record Fair
85 Come On Christmas
86 In Dreams
87 Erica America
88 Dream Lover
89 Stars Above Us
90 Popular
91 Pale Movie
92 DJ (Muddyloop Remix)
93 Red Setter
94 Driving Home For Christmas
95 Through The Winter
96 A Good Thing
97 Chicken Soup
98 Sylvie
99 Memo To Pricey
100 Twenty Five Years
101 Amateur
102 Last Days of Disco (Beat Connection Remix)
103 Northwestern
104 Burnt Out Car
105 Fireside Favourite
106 Method Of Modern Love
107 Clock Milk
108 Split Screen
109 Let's Build A Zoo
110 Like the swallow
111 DJ
112 Last Orders For Gary Stead
113 Record Doctor Dub
114 Woodcabin
115 This Is Tomorrow
116 No Cure For The Common Christmas
117 Junk the Morgue
118 Boy Is Crying
119 You Can Count On Me
120 Postman
121 When I Was Seventeen
122 Peter Pan
123 Join Our Club
124 Kiss and make up
125 Wintertime Love
126 Taxi
127 Leafhound
128 Excitation
129 Zipcode
130 I Threw It All Away
131 Sycamore
132 Lion Green
133 Shoot Out The Lights
134 Filthy
135 Unwrap Me
136 Spring
137 You Know I'll Miss You When You're Gone
138 Heart Failed (In the Back of a Taxi)
139 Shock Corridor
140 The More You Know
141 Haunted Jukebox
142 Just A Little Overcome
143 Wouldn't It Be Nice
144 Side Streets
145 Mario's Cafe
146 Snow
147 Snowplough
148 Sushi Rider
149 Don't Back Down
150 52 Pilot
151 Tonight (2 Bears Remix)
152 Sun In My Morning
153 Afraid To Go Home
154 Railway Jam
155 Night Vision
156 She's the one
157 Queen Of Polythene
158 Hug My Soul
159 Last Days of Disco (Erol Alkan's Extended Rework)
160 I Buy American Records
161 Milk Bottle Symphony
162 Lover Plays The Bass
163 The Way I Fell For You
164 Saturday
165 Groveley Road
166 Everlasting
167 Sadie's Anniversary
168 DJ (Stay+ Remix)
169 Hit The Brakes
170 You Can Judge A Book By It's Cover
171 How We Used To Live
172 21st Century Christmas
173 Goldie

Saint Etienne Bio

Saint Etienne are an English alternative dance act, fronted by Sarah Cracknell. Former music journalists Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs are the other regular members of the band. They are named not after the French city Saint-Étienne itself but rather its French football team AS Saint-Étienne.

Saint Etienne became associated with the "indie dance" genre in the early 1990s, typically combining sonic elements of the dance-pop that emerged in the wake of the so-called Second Summer of Love  e.g. samples and digitally synthesized sounds and a consistently strong emphasis on songwriting involving romantic and introspective themes more commonly associated with traditional British pop and rock music. The band's ethos could be compared to that of the Pet Shop Boys  but early work demonstrated the influence of 60s soul, 70s dub and rock as well as 80s dance music, giving them a broad palette of sounds and a reputation for eclecticism.

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