In April 1980, The B-52's returned to Compass Point Studios to record their follow-up album. Several of the songs for the new album had been concert staples since 1978; the band consciously did not record them for their first album since they already had too many tracks and they wanted a strong second album, knowing that their live performances would make fans look forward to it. Rhett Davies co-produced the album, with more emphasis put on slick production; the album has a slightly more psychedelic and even paranoid sound than that of their debut. The B-52's Time Capsule: Videos for a Future Generation 1979–1998. With the Wild Crowd! Live in Athens, GA.
Released in 1998, Time Capsule: Songs for a Future Generation is the essential B-52's greatest-hits collection. When they first arrived on the scene in 1979, their kitschy thrift-store image and weirdly spartan sound immediately set them apart from others in the new wave scene to which they were loosely attached
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Song For A Future Generation. Producer – Steven Stanley. Artwork By – Mark Hayda, Stephen Walker, The B-52's. Other – Martin Kirkup, Steven Jensen. Other – Janette Sheridan. Photography – Bob Gruen, Cathy Crawford, Curtis Knapp, Fred Bennett, George Du Bose, Jannette Beckman, John Martin Taylor, Joseph Astor, Kelly Bugden, Lynn Goldsmith, Ron Delaney, Terry Allen. Photography – George Du Bose
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Lyrics By – J. Ayers*
Party Out Of Bounds
Producer – David ByrneRemix – Tom Durack
Song For A Future Generation
Producer – Steven Stanley
Summer Of Love (Original Unreleased Mix)
Producer – Tony Mansfield
Producer – Nile Rodgers
Lyrics By – Robert WaldropProducer – Nile Rodgers
Is That You Mo-Dean?
Bass – Sara LeeDrums – Charlie Drayton*Engineer [Second] – Dave Robbins*, Matt Gold, Sue KappaGuitar – Keith Strickland, Pat IrwinKeyboards – Pat IrwinMastered By – Bob LudwigMixed By – Patrick Dillett, Tom DurackOther [Band Tech Support] – Doug RedlerProducer – Tom DurackVocals – Cindy Wilson, Kate Pierson
Bass – Sara LeeDrums – Charlie Drayton*Engineer [Second] – Dave Robbins*, Matt Gold, Sue KappaGuitar – Keith StricklandKeyboards, Guitar – Pat IrwinMastered By – Bob LudwigMixed By – Patrick Dillett, Tom DurackOther [Band Tech Support] – Doug RedlerProducer – Tom DurackVocals – Cindy Wilson, Fred Schneider, Kate Pierson
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Stephen Walker ,
Photography By [Contributing Photographers]
Curtis Knapp ,
George Du Bose*,
John Martin Taylor,
Photography By [Front Cover]
George Du Bose*
Chris Blackwell (tracks: 1 to 3),
Don Was (tracks: 11, 13, 15, 16),
Rhett Davies (tracks: 4 to 7),
The B-52's (tracks: 4 to 7, 17, 18)
Tracks 1-3 from the The B-52's album. Tracks 4-7 from the Wild Planet album. Track 8 from the Party Mix! mini-album and the Mesopotamia album Track 9 from the Whammy! album. Track 10 original unreleased mix recorded July, 1985. Tracks 11-14 from the Cosmic Thing album. Tracks 15 & 16 from the Good Stuff album.
Tracks 17 & 18: Recorded at Dreamland Studios; Woodstock, NY. Mixed at Kampo Audio/Video; NYC. Mastered at Gateway Mastering; Portland, ME.
All songs published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc./Man Woman Together Now!, Inc. BMI/Boo Fant Tunes, Inc. BMI (Ricky Wilson Designee); EMI Blackwood Music Inc./More Gliss Now BMI