℗ 1980 Warner Records Inc
 

Wild Planet

The B-52's

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1
Party out of Bounds
The B-52's
3:21
2
Dirty Back Road
The B-52's
3:21
3
Runnin' Around
The B-52's
3:09
4
Give Me Back My Man
The B-52's
4:00
5
Private Idaho
The B-52'S
3:35
6
Devil in My Car
The B-52's
4:28
7
Quiche Lorraine
The B-52's
3:58
8
Strobe Light
The B-52's
3:59
9
53 Miles West of Venus
The B-52's
4:53
Total Playing Time    34:44
Wild Planet is the second studio album by the B-52's, released in 1980.

As with their first album, the B-52'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 1978. The band deliberately did not record them for their first album because they had too many tracks and wanted a strong second album, knowing that performing the tracks live would make fans look forward to it. Rhett Davies co-produced the album, and more emphasis was put on production for Wild Planet.
192 kHz / 24-bit, 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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