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8 thoughts on “ Private Idaho - The B-52s - Wild Planet (8-Track Cartridge, Album)

  1. Brara
    Wild Planet is the second studio album by the B's, released in As with their first album, the B's traveled to Compass Point Studios in the Bahamas to record Wild Planet. Several of the songs from the album had been concert staples since /5(34).
  2. Vitaxe
    May 11,  · It’s 8-Track Throwback Thursday Time Starring the best in 8-Tracks. Track 2 for this ongoing Feature is The B’s Wild Planet, which includes the Hit Songs “Private Idaho”, “Quiche Lorraine”, “Give Me Back My Man”, and “Party Out of Bounds”, among other Terrific Throwback Tunes. The year was
  3. Nemuro
    I'm not saying I do either, or that the Bs do. But sometimes, when people like new rock stars suddenly change positions in this world, they get a glimpse of how ideology has ruled them, and is ruling everyone else. That's when you get a song like "Private Idaho," which is a criticism of ideology in middle class America.
  4. Kazragrel
    Private Idaho This song is by The B's and appears on the album Wild Planet () on the album Party Mix! () on the compilation Just Can't Get Enough: New Wave Hits of .
  5. Tum
    Wild Planet also finds the band embracing stronger psychedelic accents that seamlessly mesh with its lava-lamp colors and textures. What an album. Rollicking, rousing, and riotous, Wild Planet soars on vocal efforts put forth by the delightfully campy chanteuses Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson, whose innocent girly tonalities wonderfully match up.
  6. Meztigar
    The Bs or the song are not credited as the origin or inspiration of the title. "TPoF" was an odd kind of RPG, part parody and part homage of the movie "Red Dawn" (). The adventure "Your Own Private Idaho" featured guerilla warfare against Soviet invaders and was set in Idaho. see more comments.
  7. Faushura
    There were many new wave/punk bands whose first album was a standard never reached by follow-up efforts. Wild Planet was the Bs shot across the music world's bow. This album was every bit as innovative (or insane) and fun as the first. If Side 2 of Wild Planet doesn't work you into a froth, you'd best break out the defibrillator.
  8. Gugor
    "Private Idaho" is an instant mix-tape essential, sent up with declamatory refrains and insouciant beats. Not to be outdone, the B's tackle the subject of devilish possession on the witty "Devil In My Car" and get hysterical on "Strobe Light," surely the finest tune ever written about making love in the shadow of a pulsating illumination device.