The first new LP in well over a decade by the band from Athens, GA that brought the party back to music over (good lord! >choke<) thirty years ago. The entire band -- including, once again, Cindy Wilson, who has returned to the fold -- shake their tail feathers as hard as they can and prove that they can still rock the house. They're still tripping the light fantastic in more ways than one and remain dedicated to their ethos of combining an inspired fun-filled kookiness with a stripped down sensuality to preach the gospel of personal liberation. It's hard to believe, but the B-52s are now as old as (and even older than) their own parents were when the band first started out, yet here they are, still at it. You might experience a momentary twinge of awkwardness at the spectacle of fifty-somethings getting down and dirty, but hey -- that's what the B-52s are all about.