Wasp Lyrics

Genre: Rock

Wasp Lyrics - by Popularity

1 No Way Out Of Here
2 Keep Holding On
3 Paint It Black
4 Scream Until Ya Like It
5 For Whom The Bell Tolls
6 Inside The Electric Circus
7 Rock And Roll To Death
8 The Great Misconceptions Of Me
9 School Daze (B Lawless)
10 The Flame (B Lawless, C Holmes, J Marquez, J Marqu
11 Animal (Fuck Like A Beast)
12 Loco-Motive Man
13 Harder Faster
14 9.5. - N.a.s.t.y.
15 Lake Of Fools
16 Easy Living
17 Hold On To My Heart
18 B A D (B Lawless)
19 Sleeping In The Fire
20 I'm Alive
21 War Cry
22 I Am One
23 I Wanna Be Somebody (B Lawless)
24 I Wanna Be Somebody
25 Narration
26 L O V E Machine (B Lawless)
27 Mephisto Waltz
28 King Of Sodom And Gomorrah
29 On Your Knees (B Lawless)
30 Mantronic
31 Black Forever
32 The Gypsy Meets The Boy
33 Restless Gypsy
34 Breathe
35 The Idol
36 Sleeping In The Fire (B Lawless)
37 Shoot From The Hip
38 Goodbye America
39 The Invisible Boy
40 Sweet Cheetah
41 I Can¹t
42 Forever Free
43 The Hellion (B Lawless)
44 The Rock Rolls On
45 Maneater
46 The Torture Never Stops (B Lawless)
47 Animal
48 Scared To Death
49 Mean Man
50 Tormentor (B Lawless, C Holmes)
51 Blind In Texas
52 Somebody To Love
53 Rebel In The F.d.g.
54 Still Not Black Enough
55 The Headless Children
56 Sunset And Babylon
57 The Heretic
58 Arena Of Pleasure
59 The Neutron Bomber
60 Cries In The Night
61 (Credits)
62 Last Command
63 Chainsaw Charlie (Murders In The New Morgue)
64 The Real Me
65 Tormentor
66 Manimal
67 Doctor Rockter
68 Thunderhead
69 The Titanic Overture
70 I Don't Need No Doctor
71 Phantoms

Wasp Bio

W.A.S.P. is an American heavy metal band formed in 1982. They emerged from the same Los Angeles scene that spawned Van Halen, Mötley Crüe, Ratt, Quiet Riot, Guns N' Roses and others. The band's popularity peaked in the 1980s, yet they continue to record and tour, making them one of the most enduring of the West Coast heavy metal bands. W.A.S.P. gained notoriety for their shock rock themed image, lyrics and live performances. They have sold over 12 million copies of their albums.

The band was a prominent target in the mid-1980s of the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC) led by Tipper Gore, who at the time was wife of then-Senator Al Gore (D-TN), an organization that pushed for warning labels on recorded music. The band immortalized its fight with the PMRC on the song "Harder, Faster" from their 1987 live album, Live...In the Raw.