Biffy Clyro discography

Biffy Clyro discography

The discography of Biffy Clyro, from their first EP, "thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow", released in June 2000, to their fourth album "Puzzle".


*"Blackened Sky" (March 10 2002) Beggars Banquet (UK #78cite web |title= Chart Log UK |accessdate=2008-08-26 |date=2007-06-16 |publisher=Zobbel |author=Zobbel |url=] )
*"The Vertigo of Bliss" (June 13 2003) Beggars Banquet (UK #48cite web |title= Chart Log UK |accessdate=2008-08-26 |date=2007-06-16 |publisher=Zobbel |author=Zobbel |url=] )
*"Infinity Land" (October 4 2004) Beggars Banquet (UK #47cite web |title= Chart Log UK |accessdate=2008-08-26 |date=2007-06-16 |publisher=Zobbel |author=Zobbel |url=] )
*"Puzzle" (June 4 2007) 14th Floor / Roadrunner (UK #2,cite web |title= Chart Log UK |accessdate=2008-08-26 |date=2007-06-16 |publisher=Zobbel |author=Zobbel |url=] #17 Ireland, #39 World)


*"Singles 2001-2005" (July 7 2008) Beggars Banquet


*"thekidswhopoptodaywillrocktomorrow" (June 13 2000)



Biffy Clyro have performed various covers live on stage, radio and studio recordings. These include:Fact|date=August 2008
*"You're The One That I Want" (originally recorded by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John from the Grease soundtrack)
*"Take Me Out" (originally recorded by Franz Ferdinand)
*"The Tomahawk Kid" (originally recorded by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band)
*"Go Your Own Way" (originally recorded by Fleetwood Mac)
*"Buddy Holly" (originally recorded by Weezer)
*"Umbrella" (originally recorded by Rihanna)
*"When You Were Young" (originally recorded by The Killers)
*"Japanese to English" (originally recorded by Red House Painters)
*"Daughter" (originally recorded by Pearl Jam)
*"You Shook Me All Night Long" (originally recorded by AC/DC)
*"Killing In The Name" (originally recorded by Rage Against The Machine)On the 22nd of August 2008, the band covered a re-worked acoustic version of "Killing In The Name" on Jo Whiley's Show at The Reading Festival on BBC Radio 1. Band sung just the melody for the notable swear word in the song. However, the crowd responded by starting a mass sing along with the swear word, which forced Jo Whiley to apologize on air after the song because the broadcast was during lunch time. The band have previously mentioned that Rage Against The Machine are one of their major influences.


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