The B 52’s 1979 The B 52’s 2014 HDtracks FLAC 192khz24bit

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The B-52’s - 1979 - The B-52’s

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The B-52’s

The B-52s (styled as The B-52's prior to 2008) are an American new wave band, formed in Athens, Georgia, in 1976. The original line-up consisted of Fred Schneider (vocals, percussion, keyboards), Kate Pierson (organ, keyboards, bass, vocals), Cindy Wilson (vocals, bongos, tambourine), Ricky Wilson (guitars, bass), and Keith Strickland (drums, guitars, keyboards, synthesizers, various instruments). Following Ricky Wilson's death in 1985, Strickland switched full-time to guitar. The band subsequently added various musicians for their live shows. This included Sara Lee or Tracy Wormworth (bass), Zachary Alford or Sterling Campbell (drums, percussion) and Pat Irwin or Paul Gordon (keyboards and guitars).
Rooted in new wave and 1960s rock and roll, the group later covered many genres ranging from post-punk to pop rock. The "guy vs. gals" vocals of Schneider, Pierson, and Wilson, sometimes used in call and response style ("Strobe Light," "Private Idaho", and "Good Stuff"), are a trademark.

The B-52’s (2014 HDtracks)

Artist: The B-52’s
Title: The B-52’s
Format: 9 × File, FLAC, Album, Remastered, 24bit 192kHz (HDtracks)
Producer: Chris Blackwell
Release Date: July 6, 1979, (2014 HDtracks)
Recorded: 1978–1979 at Compass Point Studios, Nassau, Bahamas
Label: Rhino/Warner Bros. Records
Genre: Rock, Alternative Rock, New Wave
Duration: 39:34

The B-52's is the eponymous debut album by the Athens, Georgia-based new wave band The B-52's. The kitschy lyrics and mood, and the hook-laden harmonies helped establish a fanbase for the band, who went on to release several chart-topping singles. The album cover was designed by Tony Wright (credited as Sue Ab Surd). The B-52's peaked at number 59 on the Billboard 200, and "Rock Lobster" reached number 56 on the Billboard Hot 100. In 2003, the television network VH1 named The B-52's the 99th greatest album of all time. Shortly before his death, John Lennon said he enjoyed the album. In his 1995 book, The Alternative Music Almanac, Alan Cross placed the album ninth on the list of 10 Classic Alternative Albums. In 2003, the album was ranked number 152 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

AllMusic Review by Stephen Thomas Erlewine:
Even in the weird, quirky world of new wave and post-punk in the late '70s, the B-52's' eponymous debut stood out as an original. Unabashed kitsch mavens at a time when their peers were either vulgar or stylish, the Athens quintet celebrated all the silliest aspects of pre-Beatles pop culture -- bad hairdos, sci-fi nightmares, dance crazes, pastels, and anything else that sprung into their minds -- to a skewed fusion of pop, surf, avant-garde, amateurish punk, and white funk. On paper, it sounds like a cerebral exercise, but it played like a party. The jerky, angular funk was irresistibly danceable, winning over listeners dubious of Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson's high-pitched, shrill close harmonies and Fred Schneider's campy, flamboyant vocalizing, pitched halfway between singing and speaking. It's all great fun, but it wouldn't have resonated throughout the years if the group hadn't written such incredibly infectious, memorable tunes as "Planet Claire," "Dance This Mess Around," and, of course, their signature tune, "Rock Lobster." These songs illustrated that the B-52's' adoration of camp culture wasn't simply affectation -- it was a world view capable of turning out brilliant pop singles and, in turn, influencing mainstream pop culture. It's difficult to imagine the endless kitschy retro fads of the '80s and '90s without the B-52's pointing the way, but The B-52's isn't simply an historic artifact -- it's a hell of a good time.

01. Planet Claire (4:37)
02. 52 Girls (3:35)
03. Dance This Mess Around (4:37)
04. Rock Lobster (6:52)
05. Lava (4:55)
06. There’s A Moon In The Sky (Called The Moon) (4:58)
07. Hero Worship (4:08)
08. 6060-842 (2:53)
09. Downtown (2:59)


Fred Schneider – vocals, cowbell, toy piano, walkie talkie, keyboard bass
Kate Pierson – vocals, Farfisa organ, keyboard bass, guitar
Keith Strickland – percussion, drums, "Planet Claire" sounds
Cindy Wilson – vocals, bongos, tambourine, guitar
Ricky Wilson – guitars, smoke alarm

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