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The B-52's - Deadbeat Club mp3 download Performer: The B-52's
Album: Deadbeat Club
Country: UK
Released: 1990
Style: Pop Rock
Size MP3: 1677 mb.
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Deadbeat Club Lyrics. I was good, I could talk A mile a minute On this caffeine buzz I was on We were really hummin' We would talk every day for hours We belong to the deadbeat club. Anyway we can We're gonna find something We'll dance in the garden In torn sheets in the rain. We're the deadbeat club We're the deadbeat club.

B-52s drummer Keith Strickland wrote the music for this song shortly after B-52s guitarist Ricky Wilson died of AIDS in 1985. His original title was "There Is a River. In a 1990 Spin magazine interview, Strickland said: "In the early days, we all used to sit around like this, just hang out, drink coffee and talk. It was sort of Cafe Society in Athens. It looked like we never worked or did anything, and friends of ours would say, 'Oh, you're such deadbeats. So we'd joke about ourselves being the deadbeat club. Deadbeat Club" was one of a number of songs on the album that harked back to the band's early days in Athens, Georgia. Fred Schneider explained: "When we started writing for that album, we realized that a lot of the songs seemed to hark back to our roots, the time spent in Athens. It was a way to reassert who we were and why we got together in the first place. Nile Rodgers produced this track.

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.

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Deadbeat Club" was the fifth and last single released from The B-52’s’ album Cosmic Thing. It peaked at No. 30 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1990. The song is about the band’s early days in Athens when they would hang around in cafes drinking coffee. Ginger’s Song of the Day: March 17th, 2019). The B-52′s - Deadbeat Club (Cosmic Thing). in torn sheets in the rain In the rain. We’re the deadbeat club. For Doc, Alex, and Jack).

Deadbeat Club (from Cosmic Thing, 1989). The B-52s honoured their Athenian past in Deadbeat Club, remembering the time before they were famous, when they either had deadbeat jobs or no jobs – hence the title – and would live the lives of art students. It’s very nostalgic, and it’s about things that really happened. We had a going-away party for our friend Robert Waldrop: a silent party. Half the album is very bittersweet, but Cosmic Thing is the forward-thinking song, and it’s political. Cosmic Thing lifted the B-52s into proper fame. The singles Love Shack and Roam were hits pretty much all around the world. Everywhere except Japan – a failure Pierson attributes to their name. Although the band’s name refers to a beehive hairdo, the hairstyle is in turn named after the planes that dropped the atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. With a big hit album came 18 months of solid touring.

A fourth single, "Deadbeat Club", which reminisced about the band's early days in Athens and whose video was shot on location and featured a cameo by fellow Athens artist . s Michael Stipe, reached No. 30. Cosmic Thing climbed into the . top five and earned multi-platinum certification. The album debuted at No. 11 on the Billboard charts in the . immediately making it the second-highest charting B-52s album ever. The band toured in support of the album as well as making appearances on talk shows, including The Tonight Show, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, and performing on The Today Show on Memorial Day 2008.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Deadbeat Club
Producer – Nile Rodgers
4:48
2 Love Shack
Producer – Don Was
5:20
3 B-52's Megamix
Mixed By – Bizzie Bee
6:32

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Scanned): 075992178228
  • Label Code: LC 0322
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • Barcode: 759921782-2 RSA

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
W 9526 T The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(12") Reprise Records W 9526 T UK 1990
W9526, 5439-19526-7 The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(7", Single) Reprise Records, Reprise Records W9526, 5439-19526-7 UK 1990
4-19938 The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(Cass, Single) Reprise Records 4-19938 US 1990
7-22699 The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(7", Single) Reprise Records 7-22699 Australia 1990
PRO-CD-3825 The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(CD, Single, Promo) Reprise Records PRO-CD-3825 US 1989