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Interprete: The B-52's
Titolo: Rock Lobster
Paese: New Zealand
Numero di catalogo: WBS 49173
Etichetta: Warner Bros. Records
Rilasciato: 1979
Stile: New Wave, Synth-pop
Valutazione: 4.5
Voti: 048


Written-By – K. Pierson, K. Strickland
2Rock Lobster6:49


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WBS 49173The B-52's Rock Lobster / 6060-842 ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWBS 49173US1979
16.156The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records16.156Brazil1980
45-80031The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records45-80031Ecuador1979
45-80031The B-52''s Rock Lobster = Rock De La Langosta ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. Records45-80031Ecuador1979
WBS 49173The B-52's Rock Lobster ‎(7", Single)Warner Bros. RecordsWBS 49173Australia1980


  • ProducerChris Blackwell
  • Producer [Associate]Robert Ash
  • Written-ByF. Schneider, R. Wilson


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  • Manufactured By – WEA Records Limited
  • Published By – Copyright Control


You're watching the official music video for The B-52's - Rock Lobster from their self-titled debut album. Rock Lobster is on Rolling Stone's list B-52's album Funplex coming in for a landing March 2008 1986 video re-release for Rock Lobster Lobster - The B-52's. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Rock Lobster is a song written by Fred Schneider and Ricky Wilson, two members of The B-52's. It was produced in two versions, one by DB Records released in April 1978, and a longer version, which was part of the band's 1979 self-titled debut album, released by Warner Bros. The song became one of their signature tunes and it helped launch the band's success. Текст песни: We were at a party His ear lobe fell in the deep Someone reached in and grabbed it It was a rock lobster We were at the thought, Rock this, rock that. rock lobster The band jammed on the title and Rock Lobster was created. Cindy Wilson and Kate Pierson's fish noises on this song are an homage to Yoko Ono, whose work is filled with these kind of screams and blurts. The B-52s' guitarist, Keith Strickland, recalled to Q magazine that at the end of the song, Cindy does this scream that was inspired by Yoko Ono. John heard it in some club in the Bahamas, and the story goes that he calls up Yoko and says, Get the axe out they're ready for us again Yoko has said that she and John were listening to us in the weeks before he died. Rock Lobster Lyrics: We were at a party, His ear lobe fell in the deep, Someone reached in and grabbed it, It was a rock lobster, Rock lobster, Rock lobster, We were at the beach, Everybody had. The B-52's. View Tracklist. Rock Lobster. Produced by. Chris Blackwell. The album was issued in 1979 along with the single, which reached its US chart peak of 56 in May 1980. In the UK, where the band initially had a stronger following, it reached 37 in August 1979. When the song was re-issued in the UK in 1986, it reached 12. The B-52'S - Rock Lobster Official official by The B-52's with free online tab player, speed control and loop. Correct version. Added on February 28, 2019. Rock Lobster is The B-52's' first single, released in 1978 and in a longer version placed on the band's self-titled debut album, The B-52's, one year later. It has become one of their signature tunes, and it helped launch the band's success. Rock Lobster was the band's first single to appear on Billboard's Hot 100. Instruments used in the music include a twangy, baritone surf-style electric guitar a Mosrite, a Farfisa, Vox or Gibson organ, and drums. Unlike most pop and rock songs, no bass guitar was present. Instead, Kate read more. The B-52's were formed in 1976 when vocalist Cindy Wilson, guitarist Ricky Wilson her elder brother, keyboardist and vocalist Kate Pierson, drummer and percussionist Keith Strickland, and cowbell player, poet and lead vocalist Fred Schneider held an impromptu jam session after sharing a flaming volcano drink at a Chinese restaurant in Athens, Georgia. Both this version of Rock Lobster and its B-side 52 Girls are different recordings from those on their first album, and the early version of 52 Girls is in a different key. The re-recorded version of Rock Lobster was released as a single

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