Top Grand Funk Railroad Albums
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Grand Funk Remasters: Live Album
Grand Funk Remasters: Live Album
[2007]
Live - The 1971 Tour
Live - The 1971 Tour
[2002]
Bosnia
Bosnia
[1997]
Closer To Home
Closer To Home
[1993]
Live Album
Live Album
[1989]
What's Funk?
What's Funk?
[1983]
Grand Funk Lives
Grand Funk Lives
[1981]
Born To Die
Born To Die
[1976]
Caught In The Act
Caught In The Act
[1975]
Shinin' On
Shinin' On
[1974]
All The Girls In The World Beware!!!
All The Girls In The World Beware!!!
[1974]
Phoenix
Phoenix
[1972]
Survival
Survival
[1971]
E Pluribus Funk
E Pluribus Funk
[1971]
Grand Funk (The Red Album)
Grand Funk (The Red Album)
[1969]
On Time (Grand Funk Remasters)
On Time (Grand Funk Remasters)
[1969]
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Life In Outer Space Bad Time Feelin' Alright Footstompin' Music Gimme Shelter Heartbreaker Inside Looking Out Mean Mistreater Rock & Roll Soul Shinin' On Some Kind Of Wonderful The Loco-motion Time Machine Walk Like A Man (you Can Call Me Your Man) We're An American Band I'm Your Captain Take Me Creepin' Queen Bee (1981 Digital Remaster) Love Is Dyin' Crossfire (1976 Digital Remaster) To Get Back In Aimless Lady Trying To Get Away Can You Do It (1976 Digital Remaster) Pass It Around (1976 Digital Remaster) Black Licorice Mr. Limousine Driver Got This Thing On The Move Are You Ready (Live) Winter And My Soul Please Don't Worry Life Get It Together I Don't Have To Sing The Blues Loneliness Wild Good & Evil Getting Into The Sun In Need Responsibility Memories I Can Feel Him In The Morning Look At Granny Run Run Can't Be Too Long (Faucet) Paranoid Nothing Is The Same All The Girls In The World Beware High On A Horse T.N.U.C. High Falootin' Woman Upsetter Hooked On Love Words Of Wisdom (Live) Introduction (Live) Miss My Baby Don't Let 'em Take Your Gun Gotta Find Me A Better Day Save The Land Rain Keeps Fallin' So You Won't Have To Die Comfort Me Talk To The People Born To Die Sally Testify Rubberneck Someone Runnin' The Railroad Politician All You've Got Is Money I Fell For Your Love I Just Gotta Know I Come Tumblin' Good Times Good Things Sin's A Good Man's Brother No Lies People, Let's Stop The War Just Couldn't Wait Gettin' Over You Mr. Pretty Boy Goin' For The Pastor Freedom Is For Children Dues I Want Freedom Out To Get You Please Me Loneliest Rider Little Johnny Hooker Country Road Destitute & Loosin' Carry Me Through Call Yourself A Man Stop Lookin' Back 1976 Release Your Love Anybody's Answer Ain't Got Nobody Ups & Downs We Gotta Get Out Of This Place Can't Be With You Tonight Stuck In The Middle No Reason Why Y.O.U. Greed Of Man Borderline Closer To Home It's A Man's World I'm So True Nowhere To Run She Got To Move Me Don't Lie To Me Wait For Me Innocent Still Waitin' Into The Sun Mark Say's Alright
Related Information for Grand Funk Railroad
Grand Funk Railroad is an American hard rock band that formed in 1969 in Flint, Michigan, United States. Known for iconic rock hits such as the number ones "We're An American Band" and "The Loco-Motion", the band initially consisted of Mark Farner (vocals, guitar), Mel Schacher (bass) and Don Brewer (drums), with Craig Frost (keyboards) joining in 1972. During their career, the group has released 14 studio albums and their career sales total over 25 million records sold, including 10 million records sold in 1970 alone. The band split in 1977 and reunited in 1980, splitting again in 1983. Since reuniting in 1996 they have remained active, although Farner left the band in 1999. The group currently consists of... read more