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  1. Yobei

    Daisy Chainsaw - Hope Your Dreams Come True Lyrics. Hello I'm you're saviour you're such individuals everyone agrees it's going to feel so good now I'd pay a high price to feel nothing at all.
  2. Nicage

    Eleventeen, an Album by Daisy Chainsaw. Released 6 October on One Little Indian (catalog no. TPLPCD; CD). Genres: Noise Rock, Alternative Rock.
  3. Nelrajas

    Dog With Sharper Teeth Lyrics: I've been barking, snarling, growling, snapping / At the tails of others / I've been feeding / Off the scraps they left behind / And begging for more / Maybe I've.
  4. Fetaxe

    A band that truly fits their name, Daisy Chainsaw released only one record and its a gem. "Eleventeen" was at the time of its release a welcome left center vibe amid all the post grunge MTV hoo-ha as well as the unfortunate advent of the Greenday scourge that continues to /5(16).
  5. Kazrakree

    Daisy Chainsaw ReleaseProduct Eleventeen Label One Little Independent Catalogue Number TPLPCD Release Date Waiting for the Wolves WAV / FLAC. $ Create Gift Voucher Add to Cart MP3. CD Artist Crass ReleaseProduct Penis Envy Label One Little Independent.
  6. Arashilkis

    Eleventeen Wikipedia article Album by Daisy Chainsaw. I Feel Insane You Be My Friend Dog With Sharper Teeth Hope Your Dreams Come True Natural Man Love Your Money Lovely Ugly Brutal World Use Me Use You Future Free Pink Flower Waiting For The Wolves Everything Is .
  7. Naramar

    Watch the video for Waiting For The Wolves from Daisy Chainsaw's Eleventeen for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  8. Mazulkis

    Daisy Chainsaw was an English noise rock band that formed in London in Their live gigs included vines and rag dolls strewn across the stage and KatieJane Garside thrashing around in soiled gowns drinking pineapple juice from a baby bottle. The band was very successful with their Love Sick Pleasure EP which included the hit "Love Your Money.".
  9. Brall

    Daisy Chainsaw sank with few bubbles after this album, but they were never going to be around all that long anyway. Too many diverse styles, Garside's obvious mental problems and the indecision of a music press that didn't know how to handle them meant that "Eleventeen" will probably always remain one of the "lost" great albums of the '90's/5(13).

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