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The B-52's - Rock Lobster album download

Performer:

The B-52's

Title:

Rock Lobster

Genre:

Rock

MP3 album size:

1300 mb

Other music formats:

ADX WAV MP1 AA MPC RA VOX

Rating:

4.2 ✱

Style:

New Wave, Pop Rock

Country:

Europe

Date of release:

1986

The B-52's - Rock Lobster album download

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Rock Lobster
Producer – Chris BlackwellProducer [Associate], Engineer – Robert AshWritten-By – F. Schneider*, R. Wilson*
3:58
A2 Planet Claire
Producer – Chris BlackwellProducer [Associate] – Robert AshWritten-By – F. Schneider*, H. Mancini*, K. Strickland*
4:35
B1 Song For A Future Generation
Engineer, Producer – Steven StanleyWritten-By – The B-52's
4:00
B2 Give Me Back My Man
Engineer – Rhett DaviesEngineer [Assistant] – Benjamin ArmbristerExecutive-Producer – Chris BlackwellProducer – Rhett Davies, The B-52'sWritten-By – C. Wilson*, F. Schneider*, K. Strickland*, R. Wilson*
3:59

Credits

  • Photography By – Ashworth*
  • Sleeve – Island Art

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
108 329 The B-52's Rock Lobster / Planet Claire ‎(7") Island Records 108 329 Europe 1986
BFTR 1 The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(7", Shape, Ltd, Pic, Roc) Island Records BFTR 1 UK 1986
BFTD 1 The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(2x7", Single, Ltd) Island Records BFTD 1 UK 1986
BFT 1 The B-52's Rock Lobster / Planet Claire ‎(7", Single) Island Records BFT 1 UK 1986
BFTP 1 The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(7", Shape, Ltd, Pic, Pla) Island Records BFTP 1 UK 1986

We were at a party His ear lobe fell in the deep Someone reached in and grabbed it It was a rock lobster. Rock lobster Rock lobster. We were at the beach Everybody had matching towels Somebody went under a dock And there they saw a rock. It wasn't a rock It was a rock lobster. Motion in the ocean His air hose broke Lots of trouble Lots of bubble. He was in a jam He's in a giant clam. Rock, rock Rock lobster Down, down. Underneath the waves Mermaids wavin' Wavin' to mermen Wavin' sea fans. Sea horses sailin' Dolphins wailin'. Red snappers snappin' Clam shells clappin' Mussels flexin' Flippers flippin'.

The B-52's is the 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.

Their first single, "Rock Lobster," recorded for DB Records in 1978, was an underground success, selling over 2,000 copies in total, that led to the B-52's performing at CBGB and Max's Kansas City in New York City. Both this version of "Rock Lobster" and its B-side "52 Girls" are different recordings from those on their first album, and the early version of "52 Girls" is in a different key. The re-recorded version of "Rock Lobster" was released as a single

Rock Lobster is on the B-52's first album in 1979 - and Love Shack was released on Cosmic Thing in 1989. All the songs on Cosmic Thing were written by the whole band, jamming together trying to kick-start their creativity in the late 1980's after the death of Ricky Wilson. I don't think anyone could have copied the sound that the B52's had. It was just so unique and Rock Lobster is a great example of their individuality. So are soungs like Is That You Mo Dean, Quiche Lorraine, and 52 Girls.

Aaaah Rock lobster Aaaah Rock lobster. Rock lo-o-obster Rock lo-o-obster. Motion in the ocean (Ooh ah) His air hose broke (Hoo ah) Lots of trouble (Ooh ah) Lots of bubble (Hoo ah) He was in a jam (Ooh ah) He's in a giant clam! (Hoo ah). Rock, rock Rock lobster! (Aaaaaaaaah) Down, down! (Aaaaaaah). Lobster Rock Lobster Rock Let's rock! Boys and bikinis Girls and surfboards Everybody's rockin' Everybody's frugin'. Rock Lobster" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

The B-52s celebrate 40th Anniversary with Summer’s Hottest Tour - The Life Tour: starring The B-52s and Boy George & Culture Club with special guest Thompson Twins’ Tom Bailey. Now over 20 million albums into their career, there can be no doubt as to why The B-52s remain one of rock music’s most beloved and enduring bands.

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