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Many observers were prepared to write off the B-52's after the release of Bouncing Off the Satellites. Granted, the album was completed in the wake of Ricky Wilson's death, but the group appeared bereft of new musical ideas and were sounding rather stale. In other words, the last thing anyone expected was a first-class return to form, which is what they got with Cosmic Thing. Working with producers Don Was and Nile Rodgers, the B-52's updated their sound with shiny new surfaces and deep, funky grooves -- it was the same basic pattern as before, only refurbished and contemporized. Just as importantly, they had their best set of songs since at least Wild Planet, possibly since their debut. "Cosmic Thing" and "Channel Z" were great up-tempo rockers; "Roam" had a groovy beat blessed with a great Cindy Wilson vocal; and "Deadbeat Club" was one of their rare successful reflective numbers. Then there was "Love Shack," an irresistible dance number with delightfully silly lyrics and hooks as big as a whale that unbelievably gave the group a long-awaited Top Ten hit. The thing is, Cosmic Thing would already have been considered a triumphant return without its commercial success. The big sales were just the icing on the cake.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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1
Cosmic Thing
00:03:53

Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Vocals, Writer - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Writer - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Fred Schneider, Vocals, Writer - Steve Ferrone, Drums - Tommy Mandell, Keyboards

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

2
Dry County
00:04:54

Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Vocals, Writer - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals, Writer - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Fred Schneider, Vocals, Writer - Sonny Emory, Drums - PHILIPPE SAISSE, Keyboards

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

3
Deadbeat Club
00:04:47

Cynthia L. Wilson, Writer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Vocals - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Background Vocals - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Programmer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Fred Schneider, Background Vocals - Sonny Emory, Drums - PHILIPPE SAISSE, Keyboards - Catherine Pierson, Writer - Frederick William Schneider II, Writer - J Keith Stickland, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

4
Love Shack
00:05:21

Don Was, Producer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Composer, Vocals - Kate Pierson, Composer, Keyboards, Vocals - Keith Strickland, Composer, Guitar - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, MixingEngineer - Chris Cioe, Horn - Dave Cook, Engineer - Martin Kunitz, AssistantEngineer - Paul Literal, Horn - Arno Hecht, Horn - Bob Funk, Horn - Carl Beatty, Horn - Charlie Drayton, Drums - Fred Schneider, Composer, Vocals

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

5
Junebug
00:05:07

Don Was, Producer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Kate Pierson, Keyboards, Vocals, Writer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Keyboards, Writer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, MixingEngineer - Dave Cook, Engineer - Martin Kunitz, AssistantEngineer - Charlie Drayton, Drums - Fred Schneider, Percussion, Vocals, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

6
Roam
00:04:55

Robert Waldrop, Writer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Vocals - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar - Leroy Clouden, Drums - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - PIERSON, Writer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Keyboards, Programmer - SCHNEIDER, Writer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - Stickland, Writer - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Ricky Wilson, Composer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

7
Bushfire
00:04:57

Don Was, Producer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Kate Pierson, Vocals, Writer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Keyboards, Writer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, MixingEngineer - Dave Cook, Engineer - Martin Kunitz, AssistantEngineer - Charlie Drayton, Drums - Fred Schneider, Percussion, Vocals, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

8
Channel Z
00:04:49

Don Was, Producer - Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Kate Pierson, Keyboards, Vocals, Writer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Keyboards, Writer - TOM DURACK, MixingEngineer - Dave Cook, Engineer - Martin Kunitz, AssistantEngineer - Charlie Drayton, Drums - Fred Schneider, Vocals, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

9
Topaz
00:04:20

Bob Ludwig, MasteringEngineer - The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Vocals, Writer - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Vocals, Writer - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Writer - Leroy Clouden, Drums - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Keyboards, Programmer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Fred Schneider, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

10
Follow Your Bliss
00:04:09

The B-52's, MainArtist - Cindy Wilson, Writer - Ed Brooks, SecondEngineer - Kate Pierson, Writer, Background Vocals - Keith Freedman, SecondEngineer - Keith Strickland, Guitar, Keyboards, Writer - Leroy Clouden, Drums - NILE RODGERS, Producer, MixingEngineer - Patrick Dillett, SecondEngineer - Paul Argelli, SecondEngineer - Richard Hilton, Keyboards, Programmer - Sara Lee, Bass Guitar, Keyboards, Background Vocals - TOM DURACK, Engineer, MixingEngineer - Fred Schneider, Writer

© 1989 Warner Records Inc. ℗ 1989 Warner Records Inc.

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Many observers were prepared to write off the B-52's after the release of Bouncing Off the Satellites. Granted, the album was completed in the wake of Ricky Wilson's death, but the group appeared bereft of new musical ideas and were sounding rather stale. In other words, the last thing anyone expected was a first-class return to form, which is what they got with Cosmic Thing. Working with producers Don Was and Nile Rodgers, the B-52's updated their sound with shiny new surfaces and deep, funky grooves -- it was the same basic pattern as before, only refurbished and contemporized. Just as importantly, they had their best set of songs since at least Wild Planet, possibly since their debut. "Cosmic Thing" and "Channel Z" were great up-tempo rockers; "Roam" had a groovy beat blessed with a great Cindy Wilson vocal; and "Deadbeat Club" was one of their rare successful reflective numbers. Then there was "Love Shack," an irresistible dance number with delightfully silly lyrics and hooks as big as a whale that unbelievably gave the group a long-awaited Top Ten hit. The thing is, Cosmic Thing would already have been considered a triumphant return without its commercial success. The big sales were just the icing on the cake.
© Stephen Thomas Erlewine /TiVo

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