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Spiderbait Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Spiderbait Lyrics - by Popularity

1 By The Time I Get To Howlong
2 Chest Hair
3 A.D.D
4 Ultralite
5 Buy Me A Pony
6 Shazam
7 Ooga Booga
8 The Last One
9 What You Get
10 Another Brick In The Head
11 Stevie
12 Riot
13 Ballad Of Whitby Farm
14 Freakazoid
15 Most Boys Suck
16 Bessy's Last Journey
17 Tallygaroopna
18 Spanish Galleon
19 Invisible Man
20 Crazy Pants (Rockstar For a Night)
21 Pack It Up
22 Buster
23 Scenester
24 Word I Said
25 Mars
26 Rumble In The Tummy
27 White Trash Superstar
28 Footy
29 Bergerac
30 Reach For the Sky
31 Too Much
32 Black Betty
33 I Gotta Know
34 Take Me Back
35 Straight Through the Sun
36 7 Zark 7
37 Glokenpop
38 Outta My Head
39 Live in a Box
40 It’s Beautiful
41 Run
42 Cracker
43 Cows
44 Old Man Sam
45 5th Set
46 Supersonic
47 Ol' Man Sam
48 Daisy May
49 Shazam!
50 Dirty
51 The Dog
52 Where’s the Baseline
53 B & T
54 Dinnertime
55 Tonite
56 Sam Gribbles
57 Alright
58 Calypso (Live On Recovery)
59 Yeah O Yeah
60 Glockenpop
61 Put It Down
62 Buy Me Pony
63 In This City
64 Jesus
65 Black Betty (Edit Version)
66 Detective
67 Hot Water & Milk
68 Circle K
69 Six Bar Central
70 Picky
71 Arse Huggin' Pants
72 It's Beautiful
73 Monty
74 Jellybean Drifter
75 King Of The Northern
76 Four On The Floor
77 Vilas
78 The Sun Will Come Shining
79 K.C.R.
80 Miss the Boat
81 Chuck Picola
82 Lickety Split
83 Goal
84 Bo Bo
85 Goodbye
86 Fucken Ace
87 Fucken Awesome
88 Parking Lot
89 Lost In Adelaide
90 Joyce's Hut
91 Inner Ear Infection
92 I’m Not Your Slave
93 Shakespeare's Tacklebox
94 The Mob Has Spoken
95 Plastic
96 Who Are The Freemasons
97 Tremolo
98 Get Bent
99 Shashavaglava
100 Laptop Jam

Spiderbait Bio

Australian alternative rock band formed in Finley in 1989 by bass guitarist Janet English, singer-drummer Mark Maher (better known as Kram), and guitarist Damian Whitty. In 2004 the group's cover version of the 1930s Lead Belly song "Black Betty" reached number one on the ARIA Singles Chart. They have five top 20 albums: The Unfinished Spanish Galleon of Finley Lake (1995), Ivy and the Big Apples (1996), Grand Slam (1999), Tonight Alright (2004), and Greatest Hits (2005). The group have won two ARIA Music Awards with the first in 1997 as 'Best Alternative Release' for Ivy and the Big Apples and the second in 2000 as 'Best Cover Art' for their single "Glokenpop". Since late 2004, the band has been on hiatus to concentrate on solo projects and their personal lives – although periodically returning for occasional gigs.