Live at Us Festival, Devore, San Bernardino 09/03/1982

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00:00 – Party Out Of Bounds
05:14 – Give Me Back My Man
11:02 – Planet Claire
15:05 – Throw That Beat In The Garbage Can
19:18 – Lava
23:14 – Mesopotamia
27:17 – 6060-842
30:05 – Big Bird
34:36 – 52 Girls
37:44 – Dance This Mess Around
42:11 – Private Idaho
45:57 – Rock Lobster
50:48 – Strobe Light

Recording quality : A (audience)

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Live at Heatwave Festival 1980

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Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada on 08/23/1980 during their “Wild Planet” tour.

1- Planet Claire
2- 6060-842 (05:14)
3- Devil In My Car (08:21)
4- 52 Girls (13:05)
5- Quiche Lorraine (17:01)
6- Dirty Back Road (20:54)
7- Lava (23:52)
8- Give Me Back My Man (28:48)
9- Strobe Light (33:09)
10- Private Idaho (37:16)
11- Runnin’ Around (41:12)
12- Rock Lobster (44:44)
13- Dance This Mess Around (49:40)
14- Party Out of Bounds (54:07)

Live in Amsterdam, 1979 (radio broadcast)

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Live at the Paradiso, Amsterdam on 11/17/1979 (First European Tour).

00:00 – 52 Girls
03:38 – 6060-842
06:32 – Devil in my Car
12:19 – Hero Worship
16:23 – Lava
21:29 – There’s A Moon In The Sky (Called The Moon)
26:35 – Dance This Mess Around
31:16 – Rock Lobster
36:19 – Downtown
39:08 – Private Idaho
43:03 – Strobe Light

“Live! 8-24-1979” concert

Recorded live in Boston at a show opening for the Talking Heads.

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An original vinyl bootleg cover.

The band says:

We opened up for the Talking Heads just six weeks after our first record was released. We were a little scared of the audience so we kept our heads down and focused – and we danced like mad when there was a break! Ricky was so fierce on the guitar – so intense – it was all so raw and live and we loved it.

The B-52’s unearthed 1979 live album.
Rhino released Live! 8-24-1979, a previously unreleased 1979 live performance by the B-52’s. It features the band performing a bunch of songs from their first two albums (The B-52’s and Wild Planet). The concert, which was recorded at the Berklee Center in Boston, was found in Warner Bros. Records’ vaults.