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Rock Lobster

Camp goes surfing with The Deadbeat Club

Stage with lit with spotlights and projection of B-52’s logo behind drum kit.
Image by John Begalke on Wikimedia Commons

…When we play “Rock Lobster” they just go a little bit nuts. No matter where we play it. And if we play in Europe people form a mosh pit on that song. It propels people to let their inner-freak fly. Something about that song gives people a license to let loose and do the craziest dances, and it’s very…




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Jessica Lee McMillan

Jessica Lee McMillan

Poet, Iconoclast, Word Nerd. Likes shiny things. Writes on Philosophy, Music, Nature.

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