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Van Der Graaf Generator Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Van Der Graaf Generator Lyrics - by Popularity

1 After The Flood
2 Darkness (11/11)
3 Refugees
4 La Rossa
5 Lemmings (Incorporating Cog)
6 Aquarian
7 Necromancer
8 House With No Door
9 (We Are) Not Here
10 Still Life
11 When She Comes
12 Orthenthian Street (Part I)
13 Wondering
14 Orthenthian Street (Part Ii)
15 Arrow
16 Scorched Earth
17 Only In A Whisper
18 The Undercover Man
19 All That Before
20 Killer
21 Black Smoke Yen
22 People You Were Going To
23 The Pioneers Over C
24 A Place To Survive
25 Highly Strung
26 Red Baron
27 Earlybird
28 Firebrand
29 Into A Game
30 Masks
31 Bunsho
32 Extractus
33 Giant Squid
34 Meurglys Iii (The Songwriter's Guild)
35 Snake Oil
36 Sackbutt
37 Ferret And Featherbird
38 Octopus
39 Out Of My Book
40 Splink
41 Colossus
42 Theme One
43 Embarrassing Kid
44 Batty Loop
45 Flight
46 Whatever Would Robert Have Said ?
47 The Hurlyburly
48 Medusa
49 Splendid
50 Lifetime
51 Running Back
52 White Hammer
53 Interference Patterns
54 Mr. Sands
55 Repeat After Me
56 All That Before
57 The Aerosol Grey Machine
58 The Siren Song
59 The Final Reel
60 Smoke
61 Elsewhere
62 Bunsho
63 A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers
64 Lifetime
65 5533
66 Here's one I Made Earlier
67 A Plague Of Lighthouse Keepers
68 Drop Dead
69 All Over The Place
70 Midnite or So
71 Gog
72 The Sleepwalkers
73 Man-Erg
74 Boat Of Millions Of Years
75 D'Accord
76 Childlike Faith In Childhood's End
77 Mirror Images
78 Mackerel Ate Them
79 Over The Hill
80 Pioneers Over c.
81 Tuesday, The Riff
82 My Room
83 Door
84 Dronus
85 Lost
86 Pilgrims
87 Your Time Starts Now
88 Last Frame
89 Orthenthian St., Pts. 1 & 2
90 Afterwards
91 The Emperor In His War-Room
92 Mathematics

Van Der Graaf Generator Bio

Van der Graaf Generator are an English progressive rock band, formed in 1967 in Manchester by singer-songwriter Peter Hammill and Chris Judge Smith and were the first act signed to Charisma Records. They did not experience much commercial success in the UK, but became considerably popular in Italy during the 1970s. In 2005 they embarked on a reunion, which continues to the present day.

The band formed at Manchester University, but settled in London where they signed with Charisma. They went through a number of incarnations in their early years, including a brief split in 1969. When they reformed, they found minor commercial success with The Least We Can Do Is Wave to Each Other, and after the follow-up album, H to He, Who Am the Only One, stabilised around a line-up of Hammill, organist Hugh Banton, saxophonist David Jackson and drummer Guy Evans. The quartet subsequently achieved significant success in Italy with the release of Pawn Hearts in 1971.

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