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The Dead Milkmen Lyrics

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The Dead Milkmen Lyrics - by Popularity

1 At The Moment
2 All Around The World
3 How It's Gonna Be
4 Melora Says
5 Quality Of Death
6 Buried In The Sky
7 Beige Sunshine
8 Labor Day [Previously Unreleased]
9 She's Affected
10 God's Kid Brother
11 Bitchin' Camaro
12 Meaningless Upbeat Happy Song
13 Silly Dreams
14 Passport To Depravity
15 The Pit
16 Solvents (For Home And Industry)
17 Serrated Edge
18 Big Deal
19 I Hear Your Name
20 The King In Yellow / William Bloat
21 The Girl With The Strong Arm
22 Fauxhemia
23 Belafonte's Inferno
24 (Theme From)Blood Orgy of the Atomic Fern
25 The Thing That Only Eats Hippies
26 Caitlin Childs
27 Can't Relax
28 Big Lizard
29 Surfin' Cow
30 If I Had A Gun
31 Shaft In Greenland
32 Some Young Guy
33 Bitchin' Camero
34 The Secret Of Life
35 Everybody’s Got Nice Stuff But Me
36 Gorilla Girl
37 Takin' Retards to the Zoo
38 Tugena
39 Anderson, Walkman, Buttholes and How!
40 In Praise of Sha Na Na
41 Instant Club Hit
42 The Great Boston Molasses Flood
43 Earwig
44 Cousin Earl
45 I Walk The Thinnest Line
46 The Conspiracy Song
47 I'm Flying Away
48 Now I Wanna Hold Your Dog
49 Tacoland
50 Here Comes Mr. X
51 I Started To Hate You
52 Methodist Coloring Book
53 When I Get To Heaven
54 Nutrition
55 Anthropology Days [BONUS]
56 Air Crash Museum
57 Beach Party Vietnam
58 I Against Osbourne
59 13th Century Boy
60 The Big Sleazy
61 The Blues Song
62 Like To Be Alone
63 Where The Tarantula Lives
64 Instant Club Hit (You'll Dance to Anything)
65 Labor Day
66 Life Is Shit
67 Commodify Your Dissent
68 Part 3
69 Little Man In My Head
70 Swampland of Desire
71 Milkmen Stomp
72 Wonderfully Colored Plastic War Toys
73 Epic Tales of Adventure
74 I Hate You, I Love You
75 City Of Mud
76 Beach Song
77 Take Me Apart
78 Jellyfish Heaven
79 Now Everybody's Me
80 Howard Beware
81 Watching Scotty Die
82 Dance With Me
83 Shapes of Things
84 Swordfish
85 Stuart
86 RC's Mom
87 Violent School
88 I Hate Myself
89 I Am The Walrus
90 The Badger Song
91 I Tripped Over The Ottoman
92 My Many Smells
93 Big Scary Place
94 Do the Brown Nose
95 V.F.W.
96 If You Love Somebody, Set Them on Fire
97 Laundromat Song
98 Rastabilly
99 Rock 'N' Roll Queen
100 If You Love Someone Set Them On Fire
101 Now Everybody’s Me
102 Filet of Sole
103 Going to Graceland
104 Ask Me to Dance
105 I Don't Wanna
106 Wonderfully Coloured Plastic War Toys
107 Peter Bazooka
108 Fifty Things
109 Nitro Burning Funny Cars
110 Dollar Signs In Her Eyes
111 Ringo Buys A Rifle
112 Right Wing Pigeons
113 Big Lizard in my Backyard
114 Punk Rock Girl
115 Dean's Dream
116 The Fez
117 Hangman
118 The Guitar Song
119 Happy Is
120 Tiny Town
121 Vince Lombardi Service Center
122 Brat In the Frat
123 Six Days
124 Lucky
125 Cold Hard Ground
126 Smokin' Banana Peels
127 Sri Lanka Sex Hotel
128 Moron
129 Take Me to the Specialist
130 Plum Dumb
131 Milkmen Stomp [Previously Unreleased]
132 Don't Deny Your Inner Child
133 Bad Party
134 Born to Love Volcanos
135 Two Feet Off The Ground
136 Big Time Operator
137 Rocketship
138 Junkie
139 Kksuck2
140 Or Maybe It Is
141 Girl Hunt
142 Bleach Boys
143 Spit Sink

The Dead Milkmen Bio

The Dead Milkmen is an American satirical punk rock band formed in 1983 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They consisted of vocalist and keyboardist Rodney Linderman ("Rodney Anonymous"), guitarist and vocalist Joe Genaro ("Joe Jack Talcum"), bassist Dave Schulthise ("Dave Blood") and drummer Dean Sabatino ("Dean Clean").

Beginning within the local underground hardcore scene of the early 1980s, the band established their jangly punk sound, which they coupled with prominent humor delivered in heavy Philadelphia accents. After garnering an underground following through extensive touring and college radio attention, they enjoyed international success on the strength of 1988's "Punk Rock Girl", a single from their Beelzebubba album which entered into MTV rotation. Health problems and an ill-fated stint with the major label Hollywood Records in the wake of their success led to the group's 1995 breakup. In total, they issued eight studio albums, one live record, and numerous peripheral releases before disbanding.

In 2008, the group reunited and began working on new material, with new bassist Dan Stevens replacing the deceased Schulthise. They released The King in Yellow in 2011, their first studio album in 16 years.