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The Triffids Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The Triffids Lyrics - by Popularity

1 St. James Infirmary
2 Beautiful Waste
3 Field Of Glass
4 Property Is Condemned
5 Monkey On My Back
6 When My Heart Breaks
7 Personal Things
8 Once A Day
9 Baby Can I Walk You Home
10 Hell Of A Summer
11 Not The Marrying Kind
12 Stolen Property
13 Just Might Fade Away
14 Region Unknown
15 Madeline
16 Bright Lights Big City
17 Tender Is The Night
18 Better Off This Way
19 Love The Fever
20 Nothing Can Take Your Place
21 The 107
22 Keep Your Eyes On The Hole
23 Bad News Always Reminds Me Of You
24 When A Man Turns Bad
25 One Soul Less On Your Fiery List
26 Everything You Touch Turns To Time
27 Jesus Calling
28 Native Bride
29 Of The Plaza
30 Love And Affection
31 There Must Be A Curse On Me
32 Embedded
33 Dear Miss Lonely Hearts
34 White Shawl
35 Bury Me Deep In Love
36 Burned
37 Convent Walls
38 Kelly's Blues
39 Calentura
40 Everybody Has To Eat
41 Jerdacuttup Man
42 Time Of Weakness
43 A Trick Of The Light
44 Red Pony
45 Ballad Of Jack Frost
46 Wide Open Road
47 Born Sandy Devotional
48 Hometown Farewell Kiss
49 Branded
50 Life Of Crime
51 Wish To See No More
52 Unmade Love
53 My Baby Thinks She's A Train
54 Raining Pleasure
55 Blinder By The Hour
56 Suntrapper
57 Open For You
58 Rosevel
59 Figurine
60 The Seabirds
61 In The Pines
62 Holy Water
63 Place In The Sun
64 Estuary Bed
65 Chicken Killer
66 Kathy Knows
67 Vagabond Holes
68 Plaything
69 Mother Silhouette
70 Tarrilup Bridge
71 25 To 5
72 Calenture
73 Old Ghostrider
74 Mercy
75 Lonely Stretch
76 Do You Want Me Near You?
77 Save What You Can
78 Hanging Shed
79 Crucifixion Speech

The Triffids Bio

Seminal Australian alternative rock and pop band formed in Perth, Western Australia, in May 1978 with charismatic, David McComb as singer-songwriter, guitarist, bass guitarist and keyboardist. They achieved negligible success in Australia, but greater success in the U.K. and Scandinavia in the 1980s and disbanded in 1989, Some of their best known songs are "Wide Open Road" (February 1986) and "Bury Me Deep in Love" (October 1987); while their 1986 album, Born Sandy Devotional was featured by SBS television in 2007 on the Great Australian Albums series and in 2010 it ranked 5th in the book 'The 100 Best Australian Albums' by Toby Creswell, Craig Mathieson and John O'Donnell.