The B-52s Lyrics

Genre: Rock

The B-52s Lyrics - by Popularity

1 Revolution Earth
2 The World's Green Laughter
3 There's A Moon In The Sky
4 Love Shack
5 Dance This Mess Around
6 Ain't It A Shame
7 Girl From Ipanema Goes To Greenland
8 She Brakes For Rainbows
9 Topaz
10 Bad Influence
11 Whammy Kiss
12 All I Do
13 Cosmic Thing
14 Planet Claire
15 Deviant Ingredient
16 Roam
17 Legal Tender
18 Queen Of Las Vegas
19 Keep This Party Going
20 Song For A Future Generation
21 Housework
22 Dreamland
23 Trism
24 Juicy Jungle
25 Work That Skirt
26 Summer Of Love
27 Theme For A Nude Beach
28 Pump
29 52 Girls
30 Tell It Like It T-I-Is
31 6060-842
32 Bushfire
33 Ultraviolet
34 Channel Z
35 Vision Of A Kiss
36 Hero Worship
37 Deadbeat Club
38 Private Idaho
39 Dry County
40 Butterbean
41 Don't Worry
42 Too Much To Think About
43 Dancing Now
44 Revolution Earth (edit)
45 Detour Thru Your Mind
46 Revolution Earth (album version)
47 Breezin'
48 Modean
49 Revolution Earth (CO₂ edit)
50 Loveland
51 There’s a Moon in the Sky (Called the Moon)
52 Good Stuff
53 Deep Sleep
54 Rock Lobster (7″ Version)
55 Hot Pants Explosion
56 Cake
57 Is That You Mo-Dean?
58 Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can
59 Nip It In The Bud
60 Wig
61 Hot Corner
62 Rock Lobster
63 Give Me Back My Man (version)
64 Juliet Of The Spirits
65 Girl From Ipanema Goes to Greenland (extended mix)
66 Mesopotamia
67 Funplex
68 Girl From Ipanema Goes to Greenland (single edit)
69 Lava
70 Eyes Wide Open
71 Girl From Ipanema Goes to Greenland (12" mix)
72 Big Bird
73 Love In The Year 3000
74 Girl From Ipanema Goes to Greenland (dub)
75 Junebug
76 Love Shack (edit)
77 Channel Z (LP version)
78 Communicate

The B-52s Bio

The B-52s originated as a New Wave rock band formed in Athens, Georgia, United States, in 1976. The B-52s' sound is marked by the vocals — the female harmonies of Wilson and Pierson, and the generally spoken-word or sprechgesang male vocal counterpoint of Fred Schneider. The resulting unique "guy vs. gals" vocals, sometimes used in call and response style (as in their songs "Private Idaho" and "Good Stuff"), are a trademark of the band. Presenting as a positive, enthusiastic, slightly wacky party band, the B-52s have focused on songs telling tall tales ("Rock Lobster", "Girl from Ipanema Goes to Greenland"), glorifying wild youth ("Love Shack", "Deadbeat Club"), or celebrating wild romance ("Strobe Light", "Hot Pants Explosion"), all set to a danceable New Wave beat.

The band's name comes from a particular beehive hairdo resembling the nose cone of the aircraft of the same name. During their early years, wigs of that style were often worn by the band's female singers Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson. The correct name for the band had long been "The B-52's", but in 2008 they dropped the apostrophe, with their official website and Funplex album and single covers reading "The B-52s". In a June 2009 interview with the Arizona Daily Star Schneider said that band will hereafter be known without its apostrophe.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/B-52s