Produced by Shihad & Matt Lovell. Album Beautiful Machine. Of all the empires left to sing about You're on your way now, there can be no doubt With the vampires and the nobodies. You wander round, don't know who you are Underground or a shining star Spinning all round your head. Cover your eyes, try to block it out All we been through, all we been without We'll leave 'em something they can talk about When its over. It ain't over when its over
Shihad - Vampires (Live) Lyrics. Of all the empires left to sing about You're on your way now, there can be no doubt With the vampires, and the nobodies. You wander round Don't know who you are Underground or a shining star Spinning all round your head. Cover your eyes Try to block it out All we've been through All we've been without. We'll leave em something they can talk about when it's over, Time, it ain't over when it's over Time, it ain't over.
This page offers Vampires's mp3 streaming, lyrics and video by Shihad. Album featuring Vampires. Beautiful Machine (2008).
The best song on an underrated album. It shits me how they kinda got panned for Beautiful Machine. To me it was just further proof that this band can nail so many styles. Shihad - Beautiful Machine (Video Single). Shihad - Lead Or Follow. The Earlybirds - I Can't Live Without You. Shihad. Shihad - Rule The World (Video Single).
The discography of Shihad, a New Zealand rock band, consists of nine studio albums, one live album, one compilation album, eight EPs, 34 singles and 40 music videos. Shihad's first release was the Devolve EP, released in 1990. Its most recent release is the 2014 album FVEY. Their discography includes two albums, one EP and four singles from the period of 2002 to 2003 that were released under the name band Pacifier
Shihad is the third full-length album released by New Zealand band, Shihad. Released in New Zealand in September 1996 on the Wildside Records label, it is sometimes known as "the fish album" - a reference to the fish that feature in the album's artwork. The album was dedicated to the memory of the band's manager and friend, Gerald Dwyer, who had died earlier that year.
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