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Unkle Lyrics

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Unkle Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Heaven
2 Rabbit In Your Headlights
3 UNKLE Main Title Theme
4 Lonely Soul
5 Bloodstain
6 In a State
7 Nursery Rhyme
8 Chemistry
9 Keys To The Kingdom
10 I Need Something Stronger
11 Inside
12 Money And Run (Radio Edit)
13 Hold My Hand
14 Getting Ahead In The Lucrative Field Of Artist Management
15 Twilight
16 Celestial Annihilation
17 Back And Forth
18 Heavy Drug (Surrender Sounds Mix)
19 Safe In Mind
20 Morning Rage
21 Reign (False Prophet Remix)
22 Mistress
23 Guns Blazing (Drums Of Death Part 1)
24 The Way You Do Me
25 Invasion
26 The Knock (Drums Of Death Part 2)
27 Unreal
28 Trouble In Paradise
29 Follow Me Down
30 Close Your Eyes
31 Buying A Lie
32 Natural Selection
33 With You In My Head
34 Burn My Shadow
35 Joy Factory
36 When Things Explode
37 Broken
38 The Answer
39 Hold My Head
40 On A Wire
41 Awake The Unkind
42 Money And Run
43 Falling Stars
44 The Dog Is Black
45 Eye for an Eye
46 Heavy Drug
47 Only The Lonely (Dub)
48 Reign (Radio Edit)
49 Reign (Evil 9 Remix)
50 Caged Bird
51 Wash The Love Away
52 Reign
53 Reign (Anagram Remix)
54 Ablivion
55 Sunday Song
56 Panic Attack
57 The Knock
58 The Runaway
59 Chaos
60 Ever Rest
61 Nursery Rhyme / Breather
62 The Healing
63 Outro (Mandatory)
64 Lawless
65 Another Night Out
66 Reign (Unkle Reconstruction)
67 Restless
68 The Knock (Drums of Death, Pt. 2)
69 Safe In Mind (Please Take This Gun from Out of My Face) [Chris Goss Remix]
70 Be There
71 Nowhere
72 Safe In Mind (Please Take This Gun from Out of My Face)
73 Glow

Unkle Bio

Unkle (often stylised as U.N.K.L.E. or UNKLE, occasionally known as UNKLE Sounds) are a British musical outfit founded in 1994 by school friends James Lavelle and Tim Goldsworthy. Originally categorized as trip hop, the group once included producer DJ Shadow and have employed a variety of guest artists and producers.

Lavelle and Goldsworthy were joined by Masayuki Kudo and Toshio Nakanishi of the Japanese hip hop crew Major Force (later Major Force West).

Lavelle drafted in DJ Shadow to work on the debut album, and essentially discarded all previously recorded material. Lavelle and Shadow released Psyence Fiction in 1998 to critical acclaim.

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