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\n The B-52\'s Collection
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\nArtist...............: The B-52\'s
\nGenre................: Rock
\nSource...............: NMR
\nYear.................: 1979-2008
\nQuality..............: 320kbps (except where noted)
\nChannels.............: Stereo / 44100 hz
\nTags.................: ID3 v1.1, ID3 v2.3
\nInformation..........: seperate nfo/sfv for each album
\nTracklising..........: See full file list
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\n Album listing
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\nThe B-52\'s - 1979 - The B-52\'s
\nThe B-52\'s - 1980 - Wild Planet
\nThe B-52\'s - 1982 - Mesopotamia
\nThe B-52\'s - 1982 - Party Mix
\nThe B-52\'s - 1983 - Whammy!
\nThe B-52\'s - 1986 - Bouncing Off The Satellites
\nThe B-52\'s - 1989 - Cosmic Thing
\nThe B-52\'s - 1989 - Love Shack + Channel Z (vbr, 222kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1989 - Roam (vbr, 223kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1990 - Dance This Mess Around (vbr, 206kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1992 - Good Stuff
\nThe B.C. 52\'s - 1994 - (Meet) the Flintstones (vbr, 185kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1995 - Planet Claire (vbr, 213kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1998 - Hallucinating Pluto (vbr, 205kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 1998 - Time Capsule - Songs for a Future Generation (vbr, 215kbps)
\nThe B-52\'s - 2002 - Nude On The Moon (vbr, 205kbps)
\nThe B-52s - 2008 - Funplex
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\nThe B-52s (originally formatted with an apostrophe as The B-52\'s) are an
\nAmerican rock band, formed in Athens, Georgia in 1976. From 1976, the
\ngroup consisted of Fred Schneider (percussion, vocals), Cindy Wilson
\n(vocals), Kate Pierson (keyboards, vocals), Ricky Wilson (guitar), and Keith
\nStrickland (drums). Rooted in New Wave and 1960s rock and roll, the group
\nlater worked in many genres ranging from post-punk to pop rock, often
\nincorporating camp, postmodern and other elements in innovative ways. The
\nresulting unique \"guy vs. gals\" vocals of Schneider, Pierson, and Wilson,
\nsometimes used in call and response style (as in their songs \"Private Idaho\"
\nand \"Good Stuff\"), are a trademark of the band. Presenting as a positive,
\nenthusiastic, slightly wacky party band, the B-52s have focused on songs
\ntelling tall tales, glorifying wild youth, or celebrating wild romance, all set to a
\ndanceable New Wave beat.
\n
\nThe correct name for the band had long been \"The B-52\'s\", but in 2008 they
\ndropped the apostrophe, with their official website and Funplex album and
\nsingle covers reading \"The B-52s\"
\n
\nThe B-52s were formed when vocalist Cindy Wilson, aged nineteen, her older
\nbrother and guitarist Ricky, aged twenty-three, organist and vocalist Kate
\nPierson, aged twenty-eight, original drummer and percussionist Keith
\nStrickland, aged twenty-three, and cowbell player and vocalist Fred
\nSchneider, aged twenty-five, played an impromptu musical jam session after
\nsharing a tropical Flaming Volcano drink at a local Chinese restaurant; they
\nlater played their first concert in 1977 at a Valentine\'s Day party for their
\nfriends. The band\'s name comes from a particular beehive hairdo
\nresembling the nose cone of the aircraft of the same name. Keith Strickland
\nsuggested the name after a dream he had one night, of a band performing in
\na hotel lounge. In the dream he heard someone whisper in his ear that the
\nname of the band was \"The B-52s.\" The band\'s quirky take on the New Wave
\nsound of their era was a combination of dance and surf music set apart by
\nthe unusual guitar tunings used by Ricky Wilson.[4] Their costume thrift-store
\nchic set them apart as well.
\n
\nTheir first single, \"Rock Lobster\", recorded for DB Records in 1978, was an
\nunderground success, selling over 2,000 copies in total[4] that led to The
\nB-52s performing at CBGB\'s and Max\'s Kansas City in New York City. Two
\nversions of the single were released in the United Kingdom; one featured the
\nsingle in its original form, while the other featured the B-side \"Running
\nAround\" in place of \"52 Girls\". The buzz created by the record in the UK
\nmeant their first show in London at the Electric Ballroom, London, was packed
\nin anticipation, with many UK popstars such as Green Gartside from Scritti
\nPolitti, Joe Jackson and others in attendance. In Canada, released on the
\nWarner Bros. label, the single went from cult hit to bonafide smash,
\neventually going on to reach the number one position in the RPM-compiled
\nnational chart on May 24, 1980
\nLink: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_B-52%27s
The B-52's/00. B-52's.nfo 4.734 KB
The B-52's/The B-52's - 1979 - The B-52's/00. B-52's - The B-52's.nfo 2.448 KB
The B-52's/The B-52's - 1979 - The B-52's/00. B-52's - The B-52's.sfv 396 B
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