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T. Rex Lyrics

Genre: Rock

T. Rex Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I'm A Fool For You Girl
2 Teenage Dream
3 Get It On
4 Ride A White Swan
5 The Avengers (Superbad)
6 I Love to Boogie
7 Rip Off
8 Metal Guru
9 Mystic Lady
10 Cosmic Dancer
11 Bang A Gong (get It On)
12 Thunderwing
13 Chariot Choogle
14 Painless Persuasion V The Meathawk
15 Get It On (Bang A Gong)
16 Children of the Revolution
17 Change
18 Groove A Little
19 Life's A Gas
20 Sensation Boulevard
21 Baby Boomerrang
22 Easy Action
23 Monolith
24 Interstellar Soul
25 Jason B. Sad
26 Buick Mackane
27 There Was A Time
28 Pain And Love
29 Teen Riot Structure
30 All Alone
31 Life Is Strange
32 Calling All Destroyers
33 Universe
34 Chrome Sitar
35 Baby Boomerang
36 The Leopards
37 The Wizard
38 Dreamy Lady
39 Rock On
40 One Inch Rock
41 You've Got To Jive To Stay Alive
42 Jupiter Liar
43 Telegram Sam
44 20th Century Boy
45 Summertime Blues
46 Girl
47 My Little Baby
48 King of the Mountain Cometh
49 Crimson Moon
50 Jeepster
51 New York City
52 Carsmile Smith & The Old One
53 Hot Love
54 Lean Woman Blues
55 Ride My Wheels
56 Mad Donna
57 Summer Deep
58 Explosive Mouth
59 Sold Gold, Easy Action
60 Christmas Bop
61 Hang-Ups
62 Mambo Sun
63 Galaxy
64 Laser Love
65 Baby Strange
66 London Boys
67 Planet Queen
68 Ballrooms Of Mars
69 Liquid Gang
70 Golden Belt
71 Nameless Wildness
72 Zip Gun Boogie
73 The Motivator
74 Space Boss
75 Midnight
76 Main Man
77 Sound Pit
78 Country Honey
79 The Soul Of My Suit
80 Casual Agent
81 Jewel
82 Jitterbug Love
83 Iscariot
84 Visions Of Domino
85 Dawn Storm
86 Rabbit Fighter
87 Tenement Lady
88 Venus Loon
89 Conesuala
90 Futuristic Dragon (Introduction)
91 Spaceball Ricochet
92 Is It Love?
93 Childe
94 Tame My Tiger
95 The Slider
96 Solid Gold Easy Action
97 Truck On Tyke
98 Dandy In The Underworld
99 Trelawny Lawn

T. Rex Bio

T. Rex were an English glam rock band, formed in 1967 by singer-songwriter and guitarist Marc Bolan. The band initially called Tyrannosaurus Rex, released four folk albums under this banner. In 1970, Bolan began to make a shift from basing his band's sound around an acoustic guitar to basing it around an electric one and shortened their name to T. Rex. "Ride a White Swan" coincided with this change and instantly became a commercial success. From 1970 until 1973, T. Rex encountered in the UK a popularity unseen since the demise of the Beatles, with a run of 11 singles ranked in the British top ten. 1971's Electric Warrior received sustained critical acclaim as a pioneering album of glam rock. It reached the number 1 position in the UK. The follow-up, 1972's The Slider, allowed the band to enter in the top 5 in the USA. At the end of 1973, T. Rex started to have less commercial success but kept on recording one album per year.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/T._Rex_(band)