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Wild Planet is the second studio album by the B-52's, released in 1980. As with their first album, the B-52's traveled to Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas to record Wild Planet. Several of the songs from the album had been concert staples since 1978.
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The B-52's were formed in 1976 when vocalist Cindy Wilson, her older brother and guitarist Ricky, keyboardist and vocalist Kate Pierson, original drummer and percussionist Keith Strickland and cowbell player, poet and lead vocalist Fred Schneider held an impromptu jam session after sharing a flaming volcano drink at a Chinese restaurant in Athens, Georgia. They had three remix EPs released by Planet Clique: Whammy! in 2005, Mesopotamia in 2006, and Wild Planet in 2007. During this time span, they appeared on many television shows including The L Word, .
Wild Planet is the second studio album by the B-52's, released in 1980. The band deliberately did not record them for their first album because they had too many tracks and wanted a strong second album, knowing that performing the tracks live would make fans look forward to it. Rhett Davies co-produced the album, and more emphasis was put on production for Wild Planet.
Forget "Rock Lobster. The true B-52's signature song is "Private Idaho. If you look at their career "Rock Lobster" doesn't really hold up as well as a lot of their material. It is a great song, don't get me wrong. It got played out fast. It came from their debut album that, when played alongside later records, just doesn't have the same replay ability that albums like Wild Planet or Whammy! do. "Private Idaho" should have blown up. It is a rockin', dance-y, catchy ing piece of art. And that is what most of Wild Planet sounds like.
The B-52's : Wild Planet,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento Setembro 1980. Labels Warner Music Group. Estilo de MúsicaNew-Wave. Membros têm este álbum10. 1. Party Out of Bounds.
Wild Planet The B52s. This album has an average beat per minute of 150 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 117/171 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Wild Planet. BPM Profile Wild Planet. Album starts at 161BPM, ends at 147BPM (-14), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The B52s.
Consumer Guide Album. B-52's: Wild Planet I keep waiting for number two to come through on the dance floor the way the debut did, but "Party out of Bounds" and "Quiche Lorraine" are expert entertainments at best and the wacko parochialism of "Private Idaho" is a positive annoyance. Only on "Devil in My Car" and "Give Me Back My Man" do they exploit the potential for meaning-cosmic and emotional, respectively-that accrues to the world's greatest new-wave kiddie-novelty disco-punk band.
Wild Planet is the ultimate in new-wave party albums, starting with the opening "Party Out of Bounds. The song sums up everything that's great about the B-52s, the kitschy, minimalist dance band that somehow managed to overcome its primitive musicianship and crank out a big pile of hit records. The B-52s keep the dance beats coming while amusing any party people who take care to pay attention to the group's witty, oddball lyrics. Runnin' Around," "Private Idaho," and "Strobe Light" are the other standout tracks here. The B-52's second album, 1980's "Wild Planet", is thoroughly a blast, and probably the best showcase for the late Ricky Wilson's imaginative, propulsive guitar playing-one listen to the track "Runnin' Around", with its weirdly off-kilter, yet driving riffery, and it's clear that Sonic Youth picked up a thing or two from this guy. And that's not to take anything away from the rest of the band.
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|A1||Party Out Of Bounds|
|A2||Dirty Back Road
Written-By – R. Waldrop*
|A4||Give Me Back My Man|
|B1||Devil In My Car|
|B4||53 Miles West Of Venus|
- Record Company – Polygram Discos SARL – 5202587
- Artwork By – Robert Waidrop
- Engineer – Rhett Davies
- Engineer [Assistant] – Benjamin Armbrister
- Executive Producer – Chris Blackwell
- Other [Hairdos By] – La Verne & Phyllis
- Other [Makeup By] – Paul Bricker
- Photography – Lynn Goldsmith
- Producer – Rhett Davies, The B-52's
- Written-By – C. Wilson* (tracks: A4, B1, B4), F. Schneider* (tracks: A4, B1 to B4), K. Pierson* (tracks: B1, B4), K. Strickland* (tracks: A4, B2 to B4), R. Wilson* (tracks: A2, A4, B1 to B4), The B-52's (tracks: A1, A3, A5)
Notes(P) Island Records, Inc.
|BSK 3471||The B-52's||Wild Planet (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||BSK 3471||US||1980|
|202 587||The B-52's||Wild Planet (LP, Album)||Island Records||202 587||Netherlands||1980|
|M5 3471||The B-52's||Wild Planet (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||M5 3471||US||1980|
|ILPS 9622||The B-52's||Wild Planet (LP, Album, RE)||Island Records||ILPS 9622||Greece||1980|
|ILPS 19622||The B-52's||Wild Planet (LP, Album)||Island Records||ILPS 19622||Italy||1980|