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Cosmic Thing

The B-52's

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Customer Reviews

Seriously! Nobody looks at the stuff at the bottom! Sheesh!

Other than nobody ever looking at this stuff, great songs. Get these: "Dry County", "Love Shack", "Cosmic Thing", and "Channel Z". As I wrote on the other, the B-52's exsisted for fun and fun music. I mean, come on, give "Cosmic Thing" a listen. Shake your...honey buns! Shake your honey buns! :)

Anthem of Summer

In the summer of 1989 this was the album we played over and over at every party, cabin trip, and car ride. So many good memories with this album. Every song was great, Channel Z, Love Shack and Roam were personal favorites...just made me want to groove!

Love Shack

…is a really catchy song, but i cant figure out why it appeals to me so much. I always loved it as a little kid.
Then I looked up the lyrics and was a bit unnerved. I would give it a 5/5 if not for the lyrics.
I really like music from when they were popular; I wish music was still like this!


Formed: October, 1976 in Athens, GA

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

The first of many acts to cement the college town of Athens, GA, as a hotbed of alternative music, the B-52's took their name from the Southern slang for the mile-high bouffant wigs sported by singers Kate Pierson and Cindy Wilson, a look emblematic of the band's campy, thrift-store aesthetic. The five-piece group, which also included founding members Fred Schneider, guitarist Ricky Wilson (Cindy's older brother), and drummer Keith Strickland, formed in the mid-'70s after a drunken evening at a Chinese...
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