Calling All the Heroes. 9. Screaming on the Beaches. 10. Still too Young to Remember. 1. 2. Calling All the Heroes. 4. All in Red. 5. Kiss Like Judas. 6. Murder of the Planet Earth.
Calling All the Heroes. The Old Man and the Angel. Underneath Your Pillow (7" Version). 11. 13. Yellow Christian. 14. You'll Never Get to Heaven (Live Version).
Murder, When your life is on the line Murder, Why don't you take this hand of mine Murder, to all the ladies giving birth Murder, it's the murder of the planet earth Here we go again. I walked right out of it, couldn't give a damn I'd rather sit crying I've seen the lords and ladies pulling all the scams They won't escape dying
It Bites are an English progressive rock and pop fusion band, formed in Egremont, Cumbria, England, in 1982 and best known for their 1986 single "Calling All The Heroes", which gained them a Top 10 UK Singles Chart hit. Initially fronted by Francis Dunnery, the band split in 1990, eventually returning in 2006 with new frontman John Mitchell. This lineup toured and produced two further albums plus two live albums.
Calling All the Heroes" (Full Length Version). Calling All the Heroes" (7"). Strange But True" (Full Length Version). "All in Red" is the first single by It Bites. It was written by frontman Francis Dunnery and released on 10 March 1986. The single's B-side, "Heartbreaker", can also be found on the Sister Sarah single taken from the album, Eat Me in St. Louis, in 1989.
Lyrics to 'Calling All The Heroes' by It Bites. We left you in pastures rarely seen holding out the fortress for a while, Everyone knew why the calm had been, keeping friends among you saves a fight. It Bites-Calling All The Hero's. 1986) Original Video. It Bites-Calling all the heroes. Top Songs By It Bites. Once Around The World.
Finding it mission: impossible, after seven years, a bunch of singles (only Calling All The Heroes penetrated the Top 50) and three diamond-studded yet strangely underappreciated studio albums, they called it quits in 1990. As with any Best Of, Terms & Conditions apply: the compilers’ choice of what constitutes ‘best of’ is final, even if questionable. Given the two quite different audiences It Bites appeal to, plus the existence of the previous Best Of, it would seem to have made more sense to put out an album of the band’s best pop nibbles and another separate album of their best full-fat prog. But when did making sense ever bother people in record companies?