Top Frank Black Albums
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Oddballs
Oddballs
[2000]
The Cult of Ray
The Cult of Ray
[1996]
Teenager Of The Year
Teenager Of The Year
[1994]
Frank Black
Frank Black
[1993]
Big Red lyricsLos Angeles lyricsMonkey Gone To Heaven (Live) lyricsSpeedy Marie lyricsI Could Stay Here Forever lyricsHeadache lyricsFreedom Rock lyricsPie In The Sky lyricsWhere Is My Mind? (Live) lyricsNimrod's Son (Live) lyricsI'll Be Blue lyricsSong Of The Shrimp lyricsHang Onto Your Ego lyricsAdda Lee lyricsPray For The Girls lyricsTiny Heart lyricsKiss My Ring lyricsWhen The Paint Grows Darker Still lyricsHis Kingly Cave lyricsIf Your Poison Gets You lyricsMy Terrible Ways lyricsBaby, That's Art lyricsFare Thee Well lyricsSolid Gold lyricsI Want Rock Roll lyricsThe Real El Rey lyricsBrackish Boy lyricsGo Find Your Saint lyricsDon't Cry That Way lyricsAll My Ghosts lyricsI Switched You lyricsWanderlust lyricsLone Child lyricsPray A Little Faster lyricsI Burn Today lyricsBullet lyricsSeven Days lyricsBilly Radcliffe lyricsDog In The Sand lyricsHoneycomb lyricsTen Percenter lyricsFields Of Marigold lyricsSix - Sixty - Six lyricsParry The Wind High, Low lyricsJumping Beans lyricsCzar lyricsVelvety lyricsEverybody Got The Beat lyricsJohnny Barleycorn lyricsFitzgerald lyricsI Heard Ramona Sing lyricsI Think I'm Starting To Lose It lyricsBack To Rome lyricsSo. Bay lyricsCan I Get A Witness lyricsIn The Time Of My Ruin lyricsDark End Of The Street lyricsHolland Town lyricsThe Man Who Was Too Loud lyricsStrange Goodbye lyricsMy Life Is In Storage lyricsI Need Peace lyricsSunny Sunday Mill Valley Groove Day lyricsSmoke Up lyricsSing For Joy lyricsYou're Such A Wire lyrics85 Weeks lyricsPlaces Named After Numbers lyricsAt The End Of The World lyricsIt's Just Not Your Moment lyricsThe Scene lyricsYou Never Heard About Me lyricsOld Black Dawning lyricsAtom In My Heart lyricsDon't Ya Rile Em lyrics
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Related Information for Frank BlackLead songwriter and vocalist of the now reunited Pixies, Frank Black was born Charles Michael Kittridge Thompson IV. After the 1992 breakup of Pixies, Frank Black adopted a reversal of his former alias, Black Francis, and embarked on his solo career with the debut of his 1993 self-titled album, Frank Black - which contains his biggest rock radio hit, Los Angeles (#4 US Modern Rock), followed a year later by the critically acclaimed Teenager of the Year. read more