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Strobe Light - The B-52s - Wild Planet (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Music Reviews: Wild Planet by The B's released in via Island Records (UK) / Warner Brothers (US). Genre: New Wave.
  2. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for The B's - The Bs on AllMusic - - Even in the weird, quirky world of new wave and.
  3. We make love under a strobe light. Underneath the strobe light. Wanna make love to you under the strobe light. Wanna make love to you under the strobe light. Strobe light, wooooooah, strobe light, wooooooah, yeah! Pulsin' light goes to my head! Everything I see is red! Baby, when I kiss your hair, I feel electricity in the air. I'm gonna kiss.
  4. Dec 17,  · Song Strobe Light; Artist The B's; Album Time Capsule: Songs For A Future Generation; Licensed to YouTube by WMG, UMG (on behalf of Warner Rhino Off Roster-Audio); AMRA, Kobalt Music Publishing.
  5. The second album by The B’s, released in Features the songs "Private Idaho", "Give Me Back My Man", and "Party Out Of Bounds". The Bs - Wild Planet | Rhino.
  6. The B's second album, '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/5(74).
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  8. The B's second album, '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/5(84).
  9. Wild Planet is the second studio album by the B's, released in As with their first album, the B'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 The band deliberately did not record them for their first album because they had too many tracks and wanted a strong .