TISM Lyrics

Genre: Rock

TISM Lyrics - by Popularity

1 The Ballad Of The Semitic Nazi
2 If You're Not Famous At Fourteen, You're Finished
3 Fourteen Years In Rowville
4 (He'll Never Be An) Ol' Man River
5 Kevin Borich Expressionism Part 1
6 If You're Creative, Get Stuffed
7 Ten Points For A Razor Scooter
8 And The Ass Said To The Angel:
9 Neck It
10 Yet Another Hinch Diatribe
11 All Homeboys Are Dickheads
12 Whinge Rock
13 40 Years – Then Death
14 Thou Shalt Not Britney Spear
15 The Mordialloc Road Duplicator
16 TISM Are Shit
17 Fielding At Long-on, Pt. 3
18 Garbage
19 (I’m Gonna Sit Right Down And) Whittle Away My Furniture
20 Anarchy Means Crossing When It Says
21 Bone Idol
22 Jack Elliot's Turf Whinge
23 Everyone Else Has Had More Sex Than Me
24 BFW
25 Lose Your Delusion II
26 The TISM Finance Plan Offer
27 The Ballad Of John Bonham's Coke Roadie
28 Message From The Big Day Out Port-A-loo
29 Ezra Pound-Axe King
30 Five Yards
31 (There's Gonna Be) Sex Tonite
32 !UOY Sevol Natas
33 Leo’s Toltoy
34 The TISM Boat Hire Offer
35 Choose Bad Smack
36 DJ Trevor
37 Johnny To B. Or Not To B. Goode
38 Fielding At Long-on, Pt. 2
39 Whatareya?
40 What Nationality Is Les Murray?
41 The History Of Western Civilisation
42 Would The Last Person To Leave Please Turn Out The Enlightenment?
43 The Fosters Car Park Boogie
44 I Rooted A Girl Who Rooted A Guy Who Rooted A Girl Who Rooted A Guy Who Rooted A Girl Who Rooted Shane Crawford
45 Morrison Hostel
46 I Abhor This Senseless Waste Of Violence (Extract)
47 Dumb 'n' Base
48 Greg! The Stop Sign!!
49 Kevin Borich Expressionism Part 2
50 The Young Vandal Extemporizes
51 Martin Scorsese Is Really Quite A Jovial Fellow
52 The Birth Of Uncool
53 The Art/Income Dialectic
54 Intermission
55 Thunderbirds Are Coming Out
56 Play Mistral For Me
57 My Generation
58 Moby-Dick Head
59 I Drive A Truck
60 As Seen On Reality
61 Eckermann Is Very Silly
62 Channel Turd
63 Been Caught Wankin'
64 How Do I Love Thee?
65 Kevin Borich Expressionism Part 4
66 Schoolies Week
67 Defecate On My Face
68 The Song Of The Quarter Time Siren (Car Battery)
69 The Back Upon Which Jezza Jumped
70 Fatboy Slim Dusty
71 Denial Works For Me
72 Jung Talent Time
73 Let’s Club It To Death
74 The Horse, Not The Horseshit
75 Kill Americans
76 Diffident Strokes
77 Lyric For Jack
78 You're A Long Way From Home, Part 2
79 The Parable Of Glenn McGrath's Haircut
80 Aussiemandias
81 Let's Form A Company
82 Geniuses Are Turds (Extract)
83 Volare
84 Ken Bruce Has Gone Mad
85 Ron Hitler-Barassi's 3PBS Christmas Message
86 Ex Malcolm X (Extract)
87 I Might Be A Cunt, But I'm Not A Fucking Cunt
88 Give Up For Australia
89 Life Kills
90 Come Back DJ, Your Record Is Scratched
91 The Penis Is Mightier Than The Sword
92 Sorted For D'n'M
93 Cerebral Knievel
94 I Go To Werribee
95 Honk If You Love Fred Durst
96 Yob
97 Phillip Glass's Arse
98 Pus Of The Dead
99 You're A Long Way From Home, Part 1
100 Slave To The Economist
101 Tonight Harry's Practice Visits The Home Of Charlie
102 Crime Against The Spirit Oo Poo Pee Doo
103 You're A Long Way From Home, Part 3
104 Great Expectorations
105 ExistentialTISM
106 It's Novel! It's Unique!! It's Shithouse!!!
107 Boot Party
108 I Shit Me
109 Somebody Start A Fight Or Something
110 Clarse Distinction
111 X-Treme Sports Can Kiss My Arse
112 A Hard-Earned Thirst Needs A Big Cold Beer, But I Drink To Get Pissed
113 While My Catarrh Gently Weeps
114 Saturday Night Palsy
115 To Whom It May Concern
116 Doug Parkinson Sings Christie Allen
117 Unfair (Extract)
118 The Reserection
119 The Man From Popular Culture Came Round
120 The Men's Room
121 They Shoot Heroin, Don’t They?
122 The Mystery Of The Artist Explained
123 Fielding At Long-on, Pt. 1
124 Gimme Gimme Nervous Breakdown


Seven piece anonymous alternative rock band from Melbourne, Australia. The group was formed in 1982 and enjoyed a large underground/independent following. Their third album Machiavelli and the Four Seasons reached the Australian national top 10 in 1995. TISM were known for its hybrid of dance music and rock'n'roll, high-energy live shows and humorous lyrics. TISM's songs frequently satirised modern culture, celebrities and the entertainment industry, classic literature and art, current affairs, politics and sport. The titles of their songs were often wordplays created by juxtaposing pop culture references and/or more intellectually highbrow identities.