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Devil In My Car - The B-52s - Wild Planet (Cassette, Album)

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  1. Song information for Devil in My Car - The Bs on AllMusic. Song information for Devil in My Car - The Bs on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; The Bs. Wild Planet. Warner Bros. The Bs. The B's/Wild Planet.
  2. Album. Wild Planet The B's. Released August 27, Wild Planet Tracklist. 1. Party Out of Bounds Lyrics. 2. Dirty Back Road Lyrics. 3. Runnin Devil in My Car Lyrics. 7. Quiche.
  3. Wild Planet on CD. Wild Planet is the ultimate in new-wave party albums, starting with the opening "Party Out of Bounds." the song sums up everything that's great about The Bs, the kitschy, minimalist dance band that somehow managed to overcome it's primitive musicianship and crank out a .
  4. It is a rockin', dance-y, catchy ***ing piece of art. And that is what most of Wild Planet sounds like. With three of some of the most unique voices in music, the "beefs" can make any weirdo's ear turn up. Whether it's the beautiful harmonies on "Dirty Back Road" or the scream in "Devil in My Car" or male singer Fred Schneider's.
  5. In the early '80s, Warner Brothers repackaged and reissued the B's' first two albums, The B's and Wild Planet, as a double-play sparziptosatertiserbiofranymforca.coinfo were certainly among the group's very best work -- the debut is a classic, as a matter of fact -- but given the indifferent mastering and shoddy packaging of this cassette, this isn't the best way to hear the records.
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Wild Planet on Discogs. Label: Island Masters - IMCD ,Island Records - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: New Wave, Synth-pop.
  7. 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 /5().
  8. These glorious weirdos are probably one of the only bands that my mom and I have a shared interest in. I think she's got Cosmic Thing lying around somewhere, probably just because of the relentlessly overplayed "Love Shack", but The B's and Wild Planet are definitely where it's at for me. Given the choice of the two, I'd go with the debut over this because it was more instantly memorable.

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