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The Dickies Lyrics

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The Dickies Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Banana Splits Theme
2 Stukas Over Disneyland
3 My Pop the Cop
4 Magoomba II
5 Going Homo (live)
6 Got It at the Store (Live 1977)
7 Zeppelina
8 Rockin’ in the Freeworld (live)
9 I'm a Chollo
10 If Stuart Could Talk (See Me Feel Me)
11 I'm Okay, You're Okay
12 If Stuart Could Talk
13 Booby Trap (single version)
14 Attack of the Mole Men
15 Walk Like an Egg (Live)
16 Elevator (In the Brain Hotel)
17 Monkey See, Monkey Do
18 Howdy Doody In the Wood Shed
19 Paranoid
20 Out of Sight, Out of Mind
21 Walk Like an Egg
22 Jim Bowie
23 The Sound of Silence
24 Poodle Party (Live 1977)
25 Pretty Ballerina
26 Curb Job (Doggy Do)
27 Gigantor
28 Communication Breakdown
29 Attack Of The Molemen
30 Curb Job
31 Banana Splits (The Tra La La Song) [as heard in the movie Kick Ass]
32 Communication Breakdown (live)
33 Nights in White Satin (Live 1982)
34 Make It So
35 Ayatollah You So
36 Banana Splits
37 Waterslide
38 I've Got a Splitting Hedachi
39 Sounds of Silence
40 Banana Splits (The Tra La La Song) [From "Kick Ass"] [Re-Recorded] [Remastered]
41 Solitarty Confinement
42 Pretty Please Me (Live 1982)
43 Oh Boy!
44 Rockin' in the Freeworld
45 Give It Back
46 She Loves Me Not
47 Where Did His Eye Go?
48 Hideous
49 She's A Hunch Back
50 Dummy Up
51 Sounds of Silence (Live 1982)
52 Roadkill
53 Shake & Bake
54 Manny, Moe & Jack
55 Fan Mail
56 I'm On Crack
57 Got It at the Store
58 She's a Hunchback
59 Eve of Destruction (live)
60 Fan Mail (Live 1982)
61 House of Raoul
62 Banana Splits (The Tra La La Song) (from Kick Ass)
63 Solitary Confinement
64 Bowling with Bedrock Barney
65 Stuck In A Condo With Marlon Brando
66 You Drive Me Ape
67 Manny, Moe and Jack
68 Killer Klowns (From Outer Space)
69 Mental Ward (Live 1982)
70 Song of the Dawn
71 Banana Splits (The Tra La La Song)
72 Unconscious Power
73 Poodle Party
74 Caligula
75 Sound of Silence
76 I'm Ok, You're Ok
77 Banana Splits (Tra La La Song)
78 Manny, Moe & Jack (Live 1982)
79 Let Me Out
80 Killer Clowns From Outer Space
81 Nobody But Me
82 She
83 Town Without Pity
84 Killer Klowns
85 I'm O.K., You're O.K.
86 Banana Splits (live)
87 Can't Let Go
88 Marry Me, Ann
89 Eve Of Destruction
90 Epistle To Dippy
91 Shadow Man
92 Booby Trap
93 I’m O.K. You’re O.K.
94 Howdy Doody in the Woodshed
95 I’m Stuck in a Condo (with Marlon Brando)
96 Sobriety
97 Nights In White Satin
98 Road Kill
99 Dead Heat
100 See My Way
101 Hair
102 Magoomba
103 She’s a Hunchback
104 Mental Ward
105 I’m on Crack
106 I Did It
107 You Drive Me Ape (You Big Gorilla)
108 Secret Agent Man
109 Keep Watchin' the Skies
110 There'a A Place
111 Eep Opp Ork (Uh, Uh)
112 Knights In White Satin
113 Shake and Bake
114 Easy Livin’
115 Whack the Dalai Lama
116 Just Say Yes
117 Silent Night
118 Free Willy
119 I'm Stan
120 Infidel Zombie
121 Hideous (Live 1977)
122 Welcome to the Diamond Mine
123 There’s a Place
124 He's Courtin' Courtney
125 I'm Stuck In A Pagoda (With Tricia Toyota)
126 Pretty Please Me
127 Donut Man
128 Monster Island
129 Rosemary
130 I'm Ok, You're Ok (Live 1977)
131 Golden Boys
132 Can’t Let Go
133 It's Huge
134 Cross-Eyed Tammy
135 Wagon Train
136 Howdy Doody In the Woodshed II
137 Rondo (The Midget's Revenge)
138 Spirit of '76
139 Give It Back (Live 1977)
140 Toxic Avenger
141 Squaggy Do
142 Water Slide
143 Going Homo

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The Dickies Bio

The Dickies are an American punk rock band formed in San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles in 1977. The band has consistently made use of catchy melodies, deep harmonies, and a humorous, comical style that has been called "pop-punk" or "bubble-gum punk"

The Dickies were among the first punk rock bands to emerge from Los Angeles. They formed in early 1977 after guitarist Stan Lee and bassist Billy Club saw The Damned on their first American tour. The band made their live debut at the Whisky a Go Go in September of the same year. The Dickies were the first California punk band to appear on network television (C.P.O. Sharkey), and the first California punk band to be signed to a major record label (A&M Records).

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