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The Clean Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Clean Lyrics - by Popularity

1 I Wait Around
2 Stomp The Guru
3 Rope
4 Holdin' On
5 Someone
6 Draw(in)g to a (W)hole
7 Bye Bye
8 Too Much Violence
9 Twist Top
10 Reprise 1, 2, 3, 8, 4
11 Stars (Live)
12 Big Soft Punch
13 Big Cat
14 The Blue
15 Phluke
16 Cooking Water
17 Complications
18 Point That Thing Somewhere Else (Live)
19 Secret Place
20 Dunes
21 Ginger Ale
22 Valley Cab
23 Loog
24 Tally Ho!
25 Linger Longer
26 Home
27 Wipe Me, I'm Lucky
28 Wall Walk
29 Are You Really On Drugs?
30 Stars
31 Anything Could Happen (Live)
32 Diamond Shine
33 Champagne & Misery
34 Jala
35 In The Dreamlife U Need A Rubber Soul
36 Tally Ho
37 Getting To You
38 Changing Your Head
39 Crazy
40 Asleep In The Tunnel
41 Point That Thing Somewhere Else
42 I Can See
43 Balkans
44 Golden Crown
45 Back In The Day
46 Thumbs Off
47 Gem
48 Clutch
49 Cell Block No. 5
50 Moonjumper
51 Getting Older
52 Starting Point
53 Franz Kafka At The Zoo
54 E Motel
55 Factory Man
56 End of My Dream
57 Outside The Cage
58 Whisk
59 Twilight Agency
60 Simple Fix
61 Sad Eyed Lady
62 Wake Up In The Morning
63 Indigo Blue
64 Poor Boy
65 Tensile
66 Draw (In) G to A [W] Hole
67 2 Reasons
68 Chumpy
69 Silence Or Something Else
70 All Those Notes
71 Billy Two
72 Safe In The Rain
73 Get The Liquid
74 Alpine Madness
75 Anything Could Happen - In-a-Live Version
76 Anything Could Happen
77 Something I Need
78 Happy Lil Fella
79 Circle Canyon
80 Point That Thing Somewhere Else - In-a-Live Version
81 Beatnik
82 Different World
83 Tweezer
84 Aho
85 Some One
86 Do Your Thing

The Clean Bio

Influential indie rock band that formed in Dunedin, New Zealand in 1978. Led through a number of early rotating line-ups by brothers Hamish and David Kilgour, the band settled down to their well-known and current line-up with bassist Robert Scott. Early incarnations of The Clean included Peter Gutteridge on bass (who wrote "Point That Thing") and Doug Hood on vocals (who later worked with Toy Love and founded the "Looney Tours" touring company). The Clean forged a distinctive and quirky sound that relied heavily on organ melodies and simple, Ramones-style chord progressions.