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  • CD (8 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B000002KYY
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1. Legal Tender
2. Whammy Kiss
3. Song For A Future Generation
4. Butterban
5. Trism
6. Queen Of Las Vegas
7. Moon 83
8. Big Bird
9. Work That Skirt

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Par H.E.D le 10 février 2015
Format: CD Achat vérifié
4ème album des B-52's datant de 1983 après "mesopotamia" incluant neuf titres : huit chansons et un instrumental en final..ça sonne presque comme un album des Cars de la meme époque avec aussi plein de machines et de handclaps et d'effets et c'est un bon album énergique et rythmé meme si marqué '80s !
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0 internautes sur 2 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par luna le 12 septembre 2013
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Bonjour je suis très satisfaite du contenu de l album mais aussi de son état neuf sauf le boitier cassé!!!!!!!!!
Mais cela reste un détail!!!
En plus j ai été livrée avant la date prévue!!!!
Encore merci
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Underrated 27 juin 2000
Par Thomas Baldwin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
1. This aint the B-52's first album featuring synthesizers. They were definitly used on Wild Planet on a few tracks, and they were *heavily* used on the amazingly underrated Mesopatamia EP of 1982.
2. This is a great disc, the electronics used in it are quirky as hell, and I imagine purposely. These sound atypical of the synths used in the popular dance tracks of 1983.
3. To say this album is devoid of hooks is just an ignorant comment. Listen to Trism, Whammy Kiss, Song For..., Butterbean or Legal Tender one more time. The girls sound better vocally on this LP then Wild Planet or the debut (but not quite as good as they did on Mesopatamia).
4. This isn't the best B-52's disc, but I think it's maligned by some for no real reason, along with Mesopatamia and Bouncing Off The Satalites. I t seems some people only like the B-52's albums that were commercially successful...
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The calm after the new waves stormed the world 25 février 2008
Par W.T.Hoffman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
I saw the B-52s at RED ROCK during their promotional tour for this album. They came out and sang "SONG TO A FUTURE GENERATION", sans any LIVE band, with this surreal "hello my name is Cindy, and I'm a CANCER" band introduction. I was STUNNED, because up until that time, the idea that a COMPUTER would play all the musical parts, and a band would just come out and sing to canned music, was unheard of. IT offended my every bone. Now this is almost the norm for many genres of modern rock. In that sense, this album was far ahead of itself. They were adding TONS of textures to their once ultra basic rock sound, thanks to the first programable sampler, which Peter Gabriel seemed to master for his album SECURITY, the Fairlight CMI. In that sense, this album is basically the band PROGRAMMING drum samples, keyboard samples, bass samples. So, the groove is a bit mechanical. SO, anyway, that concert. By the end of the concert, they were all jamming on real instruments, Cindy on her bongos, Kate on her Farfisa Keyboard, Keith and Rick on drums and guitar, and Fred using a little Casio type keyboard to push out some bass notes. I'm so sad to see that the Yoko Ono tribute they recorded on the first version of the LP, a version "Don't Worry, Kyoto", has not been released. Yoko had said publically she liked their sound. (It was obvious, that the B-girrrrls were influenced by Yoko.) So, that Yoko would force them to remove that song, is regrettable. BTW, for those who never heard that song, they basically had a one chord hypnotic backing track, and overtop that, Kate, and Cindy sang DONT WORRY over and over again, with Fred adding a spoken word "DONT WORRY" on top of that. It was cool, and didnt sound like anything else they had done, tho it sounded perfectly B-52s. I hated the song that replaced it, obviously something in the can from the sessions, that was not worth a B-side of a single. Oh well. This album is a holding pattern for the band, lyrically. Instead of ROCK LOBSTER or QUICHE LORRAINE, or even CAKE, you had BUTTERBEANS for the "FOOD" song. SCIFI was represented not by 53 Miles west of Venus, but rather TRISM. (a form of light speed space travel. far out.) IN that sense, I couldnt give it five stars. WHAMMY! isnt a first purchase for this band, but for fans, it's an essencial purchase.
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The B-52's get back to singing those fun songs 3 août 2003
Par Lawrance Bernabo - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
We are going to pretend that "Mesopotamia," the album the B-52's did with David Byrne, and talking about their fourth album, "Whammy!" as if it were their third. So just nod your head and play along, because this 1983 album gets the mavens of kitsch back on track, albeit aided and abetted by drum machines and synthesizers. This is not a great album, but it certainly is fun and easy to dance to, which was always the strength of the B-52's (What? You thought it was the lyrics reflecting Fred Schneider's philosophy?). Fans of the group would at least have to judge "Song for a Future Generation" as being the best track on the album, but "Legal Tender," "Whammy Kiss," and the instrumental "Work That Skirt" are pretty good as well, but "Butterbean" is the song you will embarrass yourself singing in the kitchen. Overall "Whammy" is not as great as their debut album or as good as "Cosmic Thing," but a lot better than their next album "Bouncing Off the Satellites." For fans of the B-52's this one is certainly worth having. Note: There is one significant difference between this CD reissue and the originally "Whammy!" album. Gone is a cover of Yoko Ono's "Don't Worry," because of copyright troubles, and in its place is "Moon 83." I never heard the original so I cannot comment on the substitution beyond the obvious fact that "Moon 83" is one of the weakest tracks on the album.
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Such a good album, and underrated. This is my favorite! 6 février 1999
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This album, "Whammy!," is The B-52s' first move into electronic territory with including synthesizers and sessionmen, and everything. There are simply wonderful songs to be found here. The album has a wonderful start, "Legal Tender." Then, it continues with "Whammy Kiss," which is really good. Next, is my favorite, "Song For A Future Generation." Anyway, the songs are good, until the finish of "Queen of Las Vegas." I believe "Don't Worry" was originally track seven, but they ran into copyright problems with Yoko Ono, when the album was reissued, so it was pulled, and replaced by the weak "Moon 83'." Personally, from "Moon 83," on, the album has a sadly terribly weak finish. It's such a shame.
I must agree with the other reviewer in saying, "you can certainly tell the album was recorded in 1983..." Anyway, at times the synthesizer beats sound very clunky, but that's part of the kitsch and campiness The B-52's are all about. This album is truly a gem among their collection. I wish it only had "Don't Worry," and maybe the finish of the album wouldn't have sounded so weak.
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Love this album 10 octobre 2007
Par T. Ramsey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is not a bad album. Many listeners would cite Bouncing Off the Satelites or This album was a bit more of a musical shift for the group; almost having the influence of Devo. This album saw heavy use of drum machine as opposed to live drum kit, and allows the album to maintain the same feel thoughout. Easily a dance album. The music is not as produced as Mesopotamia, but is not as thinly textured as their 2 early albums. Legal Tender was their first real video on MTV; the subject matter of counterfeiting is novel. Queen of Las Vegas is also an interesting idea. Butterbean is one of their most fun songs ever and reflects their southern roots. Most people extol Song for a Future Generation, yet after many listens does not have the energy and variety of most of their songs. Trism has lots of interesting harmonies. Whammy just wasn't my favorite track on the album. Big Bird carries interesting vocal motifs by the girls. Having not grown up listening to all the B-52's albums until the 90's, I find it interesting listening to a bands discography out of order. I would say for most people, it's either take or leave on this album. If you purchase, keep an open mind.
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