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The B-52's - Deadbeat Club Album
Electronic / Rock / Pop
Performer: The B-52's
Title: Deadbeat Club
Style: Synth-pop, Alternative Rock
Year 1989
Country US
Label Reprise Records
Catalog Number PRO-CD-3825
Genre: Electronic / Rock / Pop
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 573
MP3 size: 1041 mb
FLAC size: 2544 mb
WMA size: 1692 mb
Record From: CD, Single, Promo

The B-52's - Deadbeat Club Album

Tracklist

1Deadbeat Club (Remix / Edit)4:15
2Deadbeat Club (LP Version)4:45
3Deadbeat Club (LP Edit)4:15

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
W 9526 TThe B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(12")Reprise RecordsW 9526 TUK1990
W9526, 5439-19526-7The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records, Reprise RecordsW9526, 5439-19526-7UK1990
4-19938The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(Cass, Single)Reprise Records4-19938US1990
7-22699The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records7-22699Australia1990
91 99387The B-52's Deadbeat Club ‎(7", Single)Reprise Records91 99387Canada1990

Credits

  • ProducerNile Rodgers

Notes

From the Reprise album "Cosmic Thing" (1-25854)

Promotion Only. Not For Sale.

Disc: Made in USA
Insert: Made in U.S.A.

Issued in a standard jewel case with rear insert only, black disc tray. Rear insert has generic Reprise CD artwork on the back panel, but the spines are printed with the specific artist, title and catalog numbers.

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: 1 PRO CD 3825-2 SRC=02
  • Rights Society: BMI

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Reprise Records
  • Record Company – Warner Communications
  • Manufactured By – WEA Manufacturing
  • Made By – Specialty Records Corporation

Video

Album

You're watching the official music video for The B-52's - Deadbeat Club from the album 'Cosmic Thing'. Subscribe to the Rhino Channel. Deadbeat Club is a song by the B-52's. The song is about the band's early days in Athens when they would hang around in cafes drinking coffee. Because they didn't work or do anything, their parents nicknamed them Deadbeats. Allen's, mentioned in the nostalgic song, was a real-life place in Athens, Georgia. Normaltown is a neighborhood of Athens. The song was released as the fifth and final single from their 1989 album Cosmic Thing. It peaked at No. 30 on the US Billboard Hot 100, No. 21 on the New. As the follow-up to Roam, Deadbeat Club fell far short of living up to its predecessors' high namely, Top Five expectations, but it is a very entertaining single that finds the B-52's in a rare, reflective mood that's quite engaging. Since it wasn't a particularly danceable single, it wasn't released in a variety of singles, all backed with remixes. The B-52's is ranked number 422 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 4,407. The B-52s - 2 CD 1 Single Lot - Very Good to NewSealed Condition Condition: Very Good. The B-52's -Planet Claire Deadbeat Club - 1989 Reprise 7 45 RPM Single Condition: New. Time left: 51m 59s Ships to: Worldwide. The B-52s RoamVERY RARE100 Play TestedCassetteTapeSingle Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1h 16m 38s Ships to: Worldwide. 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. So we'd joke about ourselves being the deadbeat club. When I played the music for Fred and Kate and Cindy, everybody just started singing about the deadbeat club. That's what the music evoked in them, when in a lot of ways that's what I was thinking when I wrote It. And I didn't tell them that I was thinking a lot about Ricky. We're the deadbeat club We're the deadbeat club. Going down to Allen's for A twenty-five cent beer And the jukebox playing real loud 96 Tears We're wild girls walkin' down the street Wild girls and boys going out for a big time. Let's go crash that party down In Normaltown tonight Then we'll go skinny-dippin' In the moonlight We're wild girls walkin' down the street Wild girls and boys going out for a big time. Anyway we can We're gonna find something We'll dance in the garden In torn sheets in the rain. We're the dea. The B-52's perform in the music video Deadbeat Club from the album Cosmic Thing recorded for Reprise Records. The sepia toned video features the band as they drive around in an open top convertible. They also sing and laugh as they socialize during a party with friends. Written by Shatterdaymorn. The B-52's Lyrics. Deadbeat Club. Huh, get a job What for I'm trying to think. Going down to Allen's for A twenty-five cent beer And the jukebox playing real loud, 96 Tears We're wild girls walkin' down the street Wild girls and boys going out for a big time. We're the de. Watch the video for Deadbeat Club from The B-52's's Cosmic Thing for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The B-52's are an American rock band that formed in 1976 in Athens, Georgia, United States. A major part of the new wave scene, the band started out as Fred Schneider vocals, Kate Pierson vocals, organ, Cindy Wilson vocals, bongos, Ricky Wilson guitar, and Keith Strickland drums. After Ricky Wilson died in 1985, Strickland replaced him as a guitarist. They're perhaps best known for their 1978 single Rock Lobster and their 1989 pop smash Love Shack. Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download