52 Girls - The B-52s - Play Loud (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ 52 Girls - The B-52s - Play Loud (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Being a Bs fan from the first album, I was amazed how much I liked this CD just listening to the preview music clips on Amazon. Getting the CD and listening to it just a few times shows the addictive nature of it - you just want to listen "one more time" - it's fun and uplifting - but with a lot more of an "adult edge" compared to the other /5().
  2. I got this EP on vinyl when it came out in and didn't care for it too much at the time. But I went to the Bs concert in El Paso, TX that year and they were just great, they did all the songs on Meso and totally rocked and had fun and generated fun for everybody else. Thanks, Bs, for making such enjoyable music!/5(45).
  3. The B's discography and songs: Music profile for The B's, formed October Genres: New Wave, Pop Rock, Surf Punk. Albums include The B's, Wild Planet, and Cosmic Thing.
  4. "52 Girls" is the second track on the band's debut album. The lyrics are simply a list of women's first names with the question, "Can you name 'em today?" And while the words won't send anyone to the mountaintop, the song is a great example of the unique sound the Bs created, with a surf-rock.
  5. 52 Girls Lyrics: Effie, Madge, Mabel, Biddie / See them on the beach / Or in New York City / Tina, Louise, and Hazel and Mavis / Can you name, name, name, name them today / Can you name, name, name.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Play Loud on Discogs. Label: Island Records - • Series: Island Life Collection - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop, Disco/5(11).
  7. The follow up to the phenomenally successful debut album was an even better effort from the Bs released in the fall of Though it lacked a breakout blockbuster song like "Rock Lobster", their second LP was more solid and consistent and contained no "throw-away" tracks like "Downtown"/5().
  8. Jul 03,  · The follow up to the phenomenally successful debut album was an even better effort from the Bs released in the fall of Though it lacked a breakout blockbuster song like "Rock Lobster", their second LP was more solid and consistent and contained no "throw-away" tracks like "Downtown"/5().

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