Top Afghan Whigs Albums
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Do to the Beast
Do to the Beast
[2014]
1965
1965
[1998]
Black Love
Black Love
[1996]
What Jail Is Like
What Jail Is Like
[1994]
Gentlemen
Gentlemen
[1993]
Uptown Avondale - EP
Uptown Avondale - EP
[1992]
Congregation
Congregation
[1992]
Up In It
Up In It
[1990]
Can't Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe lyricsAlgiers lyricsMy Curse lyricsSee And Don't See lyricsStep Into The Light lyricsSummer's Kiss lyricsSouthpaw lyricsSon Of The South lyricsSomethin' Hot lyricsSammy lyricsRetarded lyricsRebirth Of The Cool lyricsOmerta lyricsNow You Know lyricsNow We Can Begin lyricsNight By Candlelight lyricsNeglekted lyricsMy Enemy lyricsThe Dark End Of The Street lyricsThe Slide Song lyricsThe Temple lyricsParked Outside lyricsHey Cuz lyricsLost In The Supermarket lyricsMoon River lyricsMoney lyricsMy World Is Empty Without You lyricsYou My Flower lyricsWhite Trash Party lyricsWhen We Two Parted lyricsWhat Jail Is Like lyricsUptown Again lyricsTurn On The Water lyricsTrue Love Travels On A Gravel Road lyricsTonight lyricsThis Is My Confession lyricsThese Sticks lyricsMr. Superlove lyricsFaded lyricsDouble Day lyricsDedicate It lyricsDebonair lyricsCrime Scene Part One lyricsCreep lyricsCrazy lyricsConjure Me lyricsCome See About Me lyricsCiti Soleil lyricsBulletproof lyricsBlame, Etc. lyricsBeware lyricsBe Sweet lyricsBe For Real lyricsAmphetamines And Coffee lyricsFountain And Fairfax lyricsGentlemen lyricsMiles Iz Ded lyricsLittle Girl Blue lyricsLet Me Lie To You lyricsKiss The Floor lyricsJohn The Baptist lyricsIf I Were Going lyricsIf I Only Had A Heart lyricsI'm Her Slave lyricsI Know Your Little Secret lyricsI Keep Coming Back lyricsHonky's Ladder lyricsCongregation lyricsI Am Fire lyricsHer Against Me lyricsHated lyricsGoing To Town lyrics66 lyrics
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Related Information for Afghan WhigsAmerican band the Afghan Whigs were a soul-influenced, alternative rock band that was mainly active in the 1990s. While achieving only moderate commercial success, the Afghan Whigs attracted ample critical acclaim and deeply loyal fans, Rolling Stone described the band as spending “the bulk of their career on the brink of stardom”, yet they’ve “never quite broken beyond a substantial legion of devotees enamored of their thinly veiled sleaze. read more