Category: Classic Rock


  1. Faugar
    From Oingo Boingo's album "Nothing to Fear" Nostalgic Storm Waver; Oingo Boingo- Nothing to Fear (But Fear Itself) Oingo Boingo- Islands by TheDeftonesVault.
  2. Dukora
    Early 80s 33 1/3 LP OINGO BOINGO. Nothing To Fear on A&M. Very clean jacket and vinyl. Light scratch appears on either side but does not effect play. 1st side: Gray matter Insects Private life Wild sex (In the Working Class) Running on a treadmill 2nd side: Whole day off Nothing to fear (but.
  3. Kigashakar
    1) Grey Matter 2) Insects 3) Private Life 4) Wild Sex (In the Working Class) 5) Running on a Treadmill 6) Whole Day Off 7) Nothing to Fear (But Fear Itself).
  4. Netaxe
    Oingo Boingo discography and songs: Music profile for Oingo Boingo, formed Genres: New Wave, Alternative Rock, Synthpop. Albums include Only a Lad, Dead Man's Party, and Nothing to Fear.
  5. Maujas
    The Ska revival of the 90's probably would have never happened if not for Oingo Boingo. This album along with 'Good for Your Soul' are my undisputed favorites of the post-punk period. Highlights on this recording are "Grey Matter", a song which everybody should hear and think about, as well as the title track "Nothing to Fear", and "Islands".
  6. Nikolar
    Editors’ Notes Heavier, funkier, and more focused than its predecessor, Oingo Boingo’s effort Nothing to Fear is regarded by many fans as the band's best album. The three leadoffs cuts—“Grey Matter,” “Insects,” and “Private Life”—show that Boingo was arguably the most danceable of .
  7. Goltisida
    Get all the lyrics to songs on Nothing to Fear and join the Genius community of music scholars to learn the meaning behind the lyrics.
  8. Mezikus
    Islands on the land Dry like desert sand Island in the city All alone; it's such a pity It's just a masquerade Just painted laces When will it change? Never Islands in the seas What's come over me? We are both surrounded by the water—empty water Give me mystery—and the fear it brings Anything at all to break up the monotony It's just a.
  9. Takinos
    Boingo is the eighth and final studio album by American new wave band Oingo Boingo. It was the band's only album recorded for their new label, Giant Records, as well as the only album to be released by the band's 5-piece line-up/5(14).

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