Listen online to Black Lips - Bad Kids and see which albums it appears on. Scrobble songs and get recommendations on other tracks and artists. 13 tracks · 10 September 2007. 500) Days of Summer (Music from the Motion Picture).
In May 2008 Black Lips made their UK TV debut performing 'Bad Kids' on BBC3's The Wall. The Black Lips were to star in the film Let It Be, in which they portrayed musicians in a fictitious 1980s era DIY band called The Renegades. Australian Tour" 7" - 2007 (Juvenile Records). Bad Kids, Leroy Faster" 7" - 2008 (Vice Records UK). "Short Fuse" 7" - 2009 (Vice Records UK). "I'll Be with You" 7" - 2009 (Vice Records UK).
C Am F G C Am Bad kids all my friends are bad kids F Product of no dad kids G Kids like you and me C Am Bad kids ain't no college grad kids F Livin out on the skids G Kids . Tuning: E A D G B E. Author spaceavenger 66. 3 contributors total.
Black Lips - Bad Kids. Artist: The Black Lips. Album: The Live Session - EP, 2008. Has been played on. Greece 9.
Ijro ro‘yxatiga qo‘shish. Bad kids, all my friends are bad kids Product of no dad kids Kids like you and me Bad kids ain’t no college grad kids Livin out on the skids Kids like you and me In Class We are a minority Got no Respect for authority And won’t Play well with others And steal From all your mothers They’ll try. To give us pills Oh wait Give us all the pills Go cry Mom I gotta go to court Dad won’t Pay his child support Well you got to understand We only do these things because all we are is Bad kids, all my friends are bad kids Product of no dad kids Kids like you and me Bad kids ain’t.
Good Bad Not Evil (LP, Album). Vice Records, Die Slaughterhaus.
The Black Lips will release a new double A-side single on May 12. The US garage rocker are issuing ’Bad Kids’ and brand new track ’Leroy Faster’. Glasgow Barrowlands 2 (4). Sheffield The Plug (6). Leeds The Brudenell Social Club (7). Birmingham Club NME (8). Cambridge The Junction (11)
Black Lips defined themselves early on with riveting music that breathed new life into garage rock. So let’s just get this out of the way: 2005’s Let It Bloom is still their best album. That’s not meant as a slight to their later work, but rather an acknowledgement of just how thrilling the early, ragged material could be: the way they screamed just after the intro of Not a Problem ; their hypnotizing, fluid cover of Jacques Dutronc’s Hippie, Hippie, Hoorah ; the swooning, filth-caked ballad Dirty Hands
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