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Samiam Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Samiam Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Routine
2 Wisconsin
3 Milkbone
4 Full On
5 For sale
6 Clean
7 Charity
8 Tell me a story
9 Free Time
10 Stepson
11 Dull
12 Paraffin
13 Bird Bath
14 The Bridge
15 Bad Day
16 Just Another
17 Crew Of One
18 Time By The Dime
19 Curbside
20 Ordinary Life
21 Anything
22 No Size That Small
23 Because You Don't
24 How Would You Know
25 She Found You
26 How Long
27 Nothing New
28 At the bottom
29 Underground
30 Trusty
31 The Pith
32 Ed says
33 Take Care
34 My Eyes
35 Why, Where, When
36 Homeboy
37 Simple solution
38 Blank Expression
39 Do You Want to Be Loved
40 Mulkbone
41 As We're Told
42 Head trap
43 When We're Together
44 Someone's Got to Lose
45 Why Do We
46 Storm Clouds
47 While You Were Waiting
48 Home Sweet Home
49 80 West
50 Lack of Reason
51 Where D'ya Go
52 Come Home
53 Insightful
54 Whole
55 Over Now
56 Cakewalk
57 Ten feet tall
58 Are You Alright
59 Hey brother
60 Out Of My Mind
61 Viewpoint
62 Nightly
63 Great...
64 Television
65 Lullaby
66 Get out
67 She's A Part Of Me
68 Stained Glass
69 Happy For You
70 Milk Bone
71 Tag Along
72 Believer
73 Get It Right
74 Cradle
75 Well
76 El Dorado
77 Louie
78 Sympathy
79 Holiday Parade
80 Friend
81 Cry Baby Cry
82 Conditions
83 Clean Up
84 Sunshine
85 Speed
86 Bide My Time
87 If You Say So
88 Slumbering
89 Demon
90 Super Brava
91 Sky Flying By
92 Factory
93 Good Enough
94 Ever Felt Avoided
95 Magellan
96 Mud Hill
97 Simca
98 Early Morning
99 Mr. Walker
100 Go away
101 Did You Change
102 Calloused
103 My Convenience
104 You Looking At Me
105 September Holiday
106 Capsized
107 Mexico
108 Regret
109 Don't Break Me

Samiam Bio

Samiam is a band from Berkeley, California, active since 1988.

Samiam was formed in late 1988 after the breakup of the Gilman club mainstay Isocracy. Their first show was in January 1989 with Christ on Parade. They released records through New Red Archives and Hopeless Records in the US and Burning Heart Records in Europe. In the mid-'90s, the band had two releases on a major labels, Atlantic Records in 1994 and Ignition/Tommy Boy  in 1997. This path achieved modest mainstream success; a video for Capsized gained a lot of airplay on MTV, they performed on the Jon Stewart Show in 1994 and the single, "She Found You" garnered considerable radio play in 1998. The band toured extensively throughout Europe, North America and Japan with Bad Religion, Green Day, The Toadies, Sense Field, Blink-182 and Millencolin.

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