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Sonic Youth Lyrics

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Sonic Youth Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Silver Rocket
2 The Diamond Sea
3 Teen Age Riot
4 Youth Against Fascism (Hate Song)
5 'Cross the Breeze
6 Tunic (Song For Karen)
7 No Way
8 Walkin' Blue
9 Confusion is Next
10 Total Trash
11 Theresa's Sound-World
12 Mote
13 Poison Arrow
14 Hey Joni
15 Malibu Gas Station
16 Thunderclap For Bobby Pyn
17 Sweet Shine
18 Rain King
19 The Burning Spear
20 Purr
21 Little Trouble Girl
22 I Wanna Be Your Dog
23 Teenage Riot
24 Swimsuit Issue
25 Protect Me You
26 That's All I Know (Right Now)
27 Master-Dik
28 Washing Machine
29 G-Force
30 Superstar
31 My Friend Goo
32 Pipeline / Kill Time
33 Titanium Expose
34 Tuff Titty Rap
35 Brother James
36 I Dreamed I Dream
37 "Orange Rolls, Angel's Spit"
38 Tokyo Eye
39 Massage The History
40 Shadow of a Doubt
41 Tuck N Dar
42 Radical Adults Lick Godhead Style
43 Shoot
44 No Queen Blues
45 The Sprawl
46 Karen Revisited
47 Tom Violence
48 Dirty Boots
49 Brave Men Run (In My Family)
50 Trilogy:
51 Sugar Kane
52 Making the Nature Scene
53 100%
54 Disconnection Notice
55 Skip Tracer
56 Bull in the Heather
57 Anti-Orgasm
58 Drunken Butterfly
59 Sunday
60 Peace Attack
61 Antenna
62 Wish Fulfillment
63 Candle
64 Is It My Body
65 Calming The Snake
66 Self-Obsessed And Sexxee
67 Eric's Trip
68 Side2Side
69 Tuff Gnarl
70 Nic Fit
71 White Cross
72 Youth Against Fascism
73 I Don't Want To Push It
74 Providence
75 Dripping Dream
76 Empty page
77 Wildflower
78 Marilyn Moore
79 Children of Satan/Third Fig
80 Kill Time
81 Chinese Jam
82 Pattern Recognition
83 Giggles
84 She Is Not Alone
85 Renegade Princess
86 Becuz
87 Lee is Free
88 Symphaty for the strawberry
89 Personality Crisis
90 Junkie's Promise
91 Secret Girls
92 Moby-Dik
93 Edges
94 Waist
95 Vibrato/Guitar Lick/Funky Fresh
96 Paper Cup Exit
97 Secret Girl
98 Incinerate
99 Junkie´s Promise
100 Razor Blade
101 Plastic Sun
102 The Ineffable Me
103 March of the Ciccone Robots
104 C.B.
105 Winner's Blues
106 Our Backyard
107 I Love You Golden Blue
108 Eliminator Jr.
109 Wildflower Soul
110 In The Mind Of The Bourgeois Reader
111 Burning Shame
112 Star Power
113 Scooter + Jinx
114 Blink
115 Cinderella's Big Score
116 My Arena
117 Computer Age
118 Confusion An
119 Inhuman
120 Number One(Disappearer/8 Track Demo)
121 My Friend Goo(8 Track Demo)
122 Stalker
123 Halloween
124 Pay No Mind
125 Tamra
126 Kotton Krown
127 The Diamond Sea
128 Beat on the Brat
129 Beauty Lies in the Eye
130 In the Kingdom No. 19
131 Panty Lies
132 Contre Le Sexisme
133 Rain On Tin
134 Free City Rhymes
135 No Garage
136 Androgynous Mind
137 Kim Chords
138 I'm Not There
139 Disappearer
140 Death Valley '69
141 Cotton Crown
142 Small Flowers Crack Concrete
143 Saucer-Like
144 Female Mechanic Now On Duty
145 NYC Ghosts & Flowers
146 Vibrato
147 Bone
148 Beautiful Plateau
149 Addicted To Love
150 Kool Thing
151 Flower
152 I Know There's An Answer
153 Hot Wire My Heart
154 Lee #2
155 Chapel Hill
156 Karen Koltrane
157 Sacred Trickster
158 Trilogy: a) The Wonder
159 Unmade Bed
160 The Good and the Bad
161 New Hampshire
162 Mary-Christ
163 Ghost Bitch
164 The Empty Page
165 (I Got A) Catholic Block
166 Shaking Hell
167 The End of the End of the Ugly
168 Creme Brulee
169 Titanium Expose(8 Track Demo)
170 The Destroyed Room
171 Trilogy: b) Hyperstation
172 Untitled
173 Doctor's Orders
174 Hard Work
175 Dude Ranch Nurse
176 Mildred Pierce
177 Hallowe'en
178 Santa Doesn't Cop Out On Dope
179 (She's in A) Bad Mood
180 "Snare, Girl"
181 Unwind
182 Titanium Expos�
183 Leaky Lifeboat (For Gregory Corso)
184 Trilogy: z) Eliminator Jr.
185 Traffick
186 In The Mind Of The Borgeious Reader
187 Loud and Soft
188 I Love Her All the Time
189 Pacific Coast Highway
190 The World Looks Red
191 Catholic Block
192 Genetic
193 Tunic(8 Track Demo)
194 Rain On Tin [Live]
195 Quest For The Cup
196 Destroyer
197 Mariah Carey and the Arthur Doyle Hand Cream
198 I'm Insane
199 Trilogy: Eliminator Jr.
200 Hoarfrost
201 Hi! Everybody
202 Hendrix Necro
203 The Wonder
204 What We Know
205 Death to Our Friends
206 Stones
207 Screaming Skull
208 Where the Red Fern Grows
209 Into the Groove(y)
210 Justice Is Might
211 Kim Gordon & The Arthur Doyle Hand Cream
212 Schizophrenia
213 Nevermind (What Was It Anyway)
214 Madonna, Sean And Me
215 Me & Jill
216 Expressway to Yr Skull
217 Bubblegum
218 Needle-Gun
219 (Silence)
220 Protect Me You (EP)
221 Bubble Gum
222 Satan Is Boring
223 Against Facism
224 Stereo Sanctity
225 Compilation Blues
226 JC
227 Heather Angel
228 Expressway To Yr Skull , Madonna, Sean And Me , Th
229 Platoon II
230 Skink
231 Master-Dik (EP)
232 Within You Without You
233 Society Is a Hole
234 Today Yr. Love, Tomorrow The World
235 French Tickler
236 Two Cool Rock Chicks Listening To Neu
237 Trilogy: The Wonder
238 Green Light
239 MacBeth
240 Shake
241 Starfield Road
242 Under The Influence Of The Jesus & Mary Chain/Ticket To Ride/Master-Dik/Introducing The Stars
243 Electricity
244 Early American
245 Dreamed I Dream
246 Dirty Boots(8 Track Demo)
247 Kissability
248 StreamXSonik Subway
249 Freezer Burn/ I Wanna Be Your Dog
250 On the Strip
251 Lightnin'
252 In The Kingdom #19
253 Burnin' Up (Mike Watt Original Demo)
254 Ringo
255 Ringo/He's On Fire/Florida Oil Drums/Westminster Chimes
256 Kill Yr Idols
257 Me & Jill/Hendrix Cosby

Sonic Youth Bio

Sonic Youth is an American rock band formed in New York City in 1981. The current lineup consists of Thurston Moore (vocals and guitar), Kim Gordon (vocals, bass, guitar), Lee Ranaldo (vocals and guitar), Mark Ibold (bass) and Steve Shelley (drums).

In their early career, Sonic Youth was associated with the No Wave art and music scene in New York City. Part of the first wave of American noise rock groups, the band carried out their interpretation of the hardcore punk ethos throughout the evolving American underground that focused more on the DIY ethic of the genre rather than its specific sound. As a result, Sonic Youth was pivotal in the rise of the alternative rock movement.

Sonic Youth have expressed a wide variety of influences, ranging from the influential protopunk musician Patti Smith to composer John Cage. The band has been praised for having "redefined what rock guitar could do", using a wide variety of unorthodox guitar tunings, and preparing guitars with objects like drumsticks and screwdrivers to alter the instruments' timbre.

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