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R.E.M - " Out Of Time " Released 12th March 1991

On this day in 1991, R.E.M. released its seventh album, ‘Out of Time,’ featuring the singles “Losing My Religion,” “Shiny Happy People,” “Near Wild Heaven” 432 more words


R.E.M - " Walk Unafraid "

with First Aid Kit covering this REM song thought we should look at the originators and this quite powerful song. taken from their eleventh album release… 46 more words


Throwback Thursday: R.E.M.'s rich pageant

We’re going to take a brief detour from the beer world and dedicate an item to our all-time favorite band: R.E.M. .

On their last three world tours, Michael Stipe welcomed fans with the declaration, “We’re… 822 more words


Nearly Lost You: Hard-To-Find '90s Albums ("Hindu Love Gods")

“Nearly Lost You: Hard-To-Find ’90s Albums” gives you exactly what the title implies: a rare or out-of-print album from the ’90s in its entirety. “But Mr. 574 more words

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Shorts #3: R.E.M.

I’ve been listening to R.E.M. a lot over the last few days. Their 9th studio album, Monster, turned 20 years old this fall, so there’s been a lot of R.E.M. 781 more words


REM - " Adventures In Hi-Fi " Released September 9th 1996

The 10th album from REM titled “Adventures In Hi-Fi released this day in 1996 featuring the singles “E-Bow the letter” with added backing vocals from Patti Smith, “Bittersweet Me”, “How The West Was Won” and “Where it Got Us” and “Electrolite” all the singles released had multiple added live songs or worthy outtakes and some great covers.The album was recorded after coming off the road in support of the previous album “Monster” with a lot of the recording process with tracks being recorded live on the road resulting in several songs being about travel and motion. 38 more words


MUSIC REVIEW | REM – Green (1988)

REM might be one of the last enormous rock bands to emerge. Sure, U2 are still kicking around and the Rolling Stones will seemingly never die. 703 more words