No sound offs yet. This album is more "serious" than what The B-52's are known for and downright melancholy at times.
Ricky Wilson died of AIDS midway through the recording, which threw the band into limbo for years to come. It's also a very
mechanical sounding record owing to use of the Fairlight CMI, an early 8-bit synthesizer with sampling capabilities. One of
The B-52's weaker albums, but still enjoyable to me, with "Girl From Ipanema Goes To Greenland," "Ain't It A Shame" and
"Juicy Jungle" being the highlights.