Time Capsule: The Greatest Hits - The B-52's Reviews
Description:Genre: Indie Rock & Punk - New Wave & Post-punk / Artist: The B-52's / Audio CD released 2005-09-26 at Wea / Disc #1 ... more
Time Capsule: The Greatest Hits - The B-52's ... Tracklisting
1 Planet Claire
2 Rock Lobster
3 Private Idaho
4 Quiche Lorraine
6 Summer Of Love
7 Channel Z
8 Deadbeat Club
9 Love Shack
11 Good Stuff
12 Is That You Mo Dean
13 Meet The Flinstones
15 Hallucinating Pluto
Newest Review: ... guitar pop, with a punky edge. Highlights: 'Planet Claire' is a weird enough start, with zany sounding vocals and a tune ... more
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by - written on 28/02/09 (Very useful, 59 readings)
This lot have always intrigued me, with their own brand of quirky pop music, never sliding easily into one specific genre. They have had a handful of hits, only one big hit single in the UK, yet continue to put out albums. This album gather some of their bigger hits. Who are they: US based group who have been around since the late seventies. They specialise in off the wall guitar pop, with a punky edge. Highlights: 'Planet Claire' is a weird enough start, with zany sounding vocals and a tune which does not really click. I believe it is Fred on vocals here and his sneering voice does not seem to work with the lyrics, as he sings ... Read the complete review
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