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R.E.M. (1) (1980–2011)

Autor(a) de Automatic for the People [1992 album]

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106+ Works 1,674 Membros 5 Críticas

Obras por R.E.M.

Out of time [sound recording] (1991) 189 exemplares
Monster (1994) 134 exemplares
Green (1988) 109 exemplares
Document (1987) 105 exemplares
New Adventures in Hi-Fi (1996) 77 exemplares
Murmur (1983) 72 exemplares
Eponymous (1988) 66 exemplares
Lifes Rich Pageant (1998) 63 exemplares
Reckoning (1984) 53 exemplares
Up (1998) 52 exemplares
Reveal (2001) 52 exemplares
Fables of the Reconstruction (1998) 50 exemplares
Accelerate (2008) 44 exemplares
Around the Sun (2004) 35 exemplares
Dead Letter Office (1987) 32 exemplares
R.E.M. - Automatic For The People (1994) 22 exemplares
Collapse into Now (2011) 22 exemplares
Out of Time (pvm songbook) (1994) 13 exemplares
Losing My Religion (1991) 12 exemplares
Best Of R.E.M. (1991) 11 exemplares
Chronic Town (1982) 10 exemplares
Live At The Olympia (2CD/1DVD) (2009) 9 exemplares
Singles Collected (1994) 9 exemplares
Everybody Hurts (1993) 8 exemplares
R.E.M. Live (2007) 7 exemplares
E-Bow the Letter / Tricycle (1980) 7 exemplares
Shiny Happy People (2022) 6 exemplares
The One I Love 5 exemplares
What's the Frequency Kenneth (1994) 3 exemplares
R.E.M.: When The Light Is Mine (2006) 3 exemplares
R.E.M. ( REM) in eigenen Worten (1998) 2 exemplares
Drive - R.E.M. 7" 45 2 exemplares
...r.e.m. (disk) (2007) 2 exemplares
Great Beyond (2000) 2 exemplares
Radio Song 2 exemplares
MTV Unplugged, 2001 (2LP) (2014) 2 exemplares
Orange Crush (Remastered) (2008) 2 exemplares
Daysleeper 1 exemplar
Athens, GA. Inside/Out (2014) 1 exemplar
Hollow Man 1 exemplar
The Very Best of R.E.M. (1991) 1 exemplar
Perfect Square [DVD] [2003] (2004) 1 exemplar
The Great Beyond (2000) 1 exemplar
At My Most Beautiful (1998) 1 exemplar
Stand 1 exemplar
R.E.M. Live un Paris 2001 (2018) 1 exemplar
Finest Worksong 1 exemplar
R.E.M. This Film Is on [VHS] (1991) 1 exemplar
Carnival of Sorts 1 exemplar
R.E.M.: Tourfilm 1 exemplar
R.E.M.: Road Movie 1 exemplar
Near Wild Heaven 1 exemplar
Live in Dublin 1 exemplar
Bang & Blame 1 exemplar
Best of 20 Years 1 exemplar
Stand - 2nd Issue 1 exemplar
Daysleeper Pt.1 (1998) 1 exemplar
Original Album Series (2013) 1 exemplar
Fall On Me 1 exemplar
Electrolite 1 exemplar
REM / SUPERMAN 1 exemplar
Man On The Moon 1 exemplar

Associated Works

The Future Dictionary of America (2004) — Contribuidor — 621 exemplares
Left of the Dial: Dispatches from the '80s Underground (2004) — Contribuidor — 6 exemplares
Best of 93 — Contribuidor — 1 exemplar


Conhecimento Comum

Nome canónico
Outros nomes
Stipe, Michael
Millis, Mike
Holt, Jefferson
Downs, Bertis
Buck, Peter
Berry, Bill
Data de nascimento
Data de falecimento
Local de nascimento
Athens, Georgia, USA

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R.E.M. was an American rock band from Athens, Georgia, formed in 1980 by drummer Bill Berry, guitarist Peter Buck, bassist Mike Mills, and lead vocalist Michael Stipe. Additionally, many liner notes from the band's albums list attorney Bertis Downs and manager Jefferson Holt as non-musical members. One of the first alternative rock bands, R.E.M. was noted for Buck's ringing, arpeggiated guitar style, Stipe's distinctive vocals and obscure lyrics, Mills's melodic basslines and backing vocals, and Berry's tight, economical drumming.

R.E.M. released its first single, "Radio Free Europe", in 1981 on the independent record label Hib-Tone. It was followed by the Chronic Town EP in 1982, the band's first release on I.R.S. Records. In 1983, the group released its critically acclaimed debut album, Murmur, and built its reputation over the next few years through subsequent releases, constant touring, and the support of college radio. Following years of underground success, R.E.M. achieved a mainstream hit with the 1987 single "The One I Love". The group signed to Warner Bros. Records in 1988, and began to espouse political and environmental concerns while playing large arenas worldwide.

In the early 1990s, other alternative rock acts such as Nirvana and Pavement viewed R.E.M. as a pioneer of the genre. R.E.M.'s most commercially successful albums, Out of Time (1991) and Automatic for the People (1992), brought it to the vanguard of alternative rock just as it was becoming mainstream. Out of Time received seven nominations at the 34th Annual Grammy Awards, and lead single "Losing My Religion", was R.E.M.'s highest-charting and best-selling hit.

In 2007, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, in its first year of eligibility. After releasing the well received album Accelerate (2008) and Collapse into Now (2011), R.E.M. disbanded amicably in September 2011. The former members have continued with various musical projects, and several live and archival albums have been released.



1 Man On The Moon 5:14
2 The Great Beyond 5:07
3 Bad Day
Engineer [Additional Engineering John Keane Studio] – John Keane
Engineer [Additional Engineering Warehouse Studio] – Bryan Gallant, Kirk McNally
Mixed By – Pat McCarthy
Recorded By – Jamie Candiloro
4 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 4:01
5 All The Way To Reno (You're Gonna Be A Star) 4:45
6 Losing My Religion 4:29
7 E-Bow The Letter
Featuring – Patti Smith
8 Orange Crush 3:52
9 Imitation Of Life 3:58
10 Daysleeper 3:40
11 Animal
Engineer [Additional Engineering John Keane Studio] – John Keane
Engineer [Additional Engineering Warehouse Studio] – Bryan Gallant, Kirk McNally
Mixed By – Pat McCarthy
Recorded By – Jamie Candiloro
12 The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite 4:08
13 Stand 3:12
14 Electrolite 4:07
15 All The Right Friends
Research [Archival Assistance] – Todd Ploharski
16 Everybody Hurts 5:18
17 At My Most Beautiful 3:36
18 Nightswimming 4:18
Musician [Additional Musician] – Hahn Rowe, Scott McCaughey, Bill Rieflin*
Performer [R.E.M., Retired, 1997] – Bill Berry (2)
Performer [R.E.M.] – Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck
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carptrash | 1 outra crítica | Mar 12, 2022 |
1 Radio Song 4:12
2 Losing My Religion 4:26
3 Low 4:55
4 Never Wild Heaven 3:17
5 Endgame 3:48
6 Shiny Happy People 3:44
7 Belong 4:03
8 Half A World Away 3:26
9 Texarkana 3:36
10 Country Feedback 4:07
11 Me In Honey 4:06
elisa2020 | Feb 13, 2021 |
R.E.M.in kokoelmalevy sisältää yhdysvaltalaisen rockyhtyeen kappaleita vuosilta 1988-2003.
jesse.rokka | 1 outra crítica | Dec 15, 2015 |
Product Details

* Audio CD (January 27, 1998)
* Number of Discs: 1
* Label: Capitol
* Catalog Number: 93457
* ASIN: B000002UVY
* Other Editions: Audio CD | Audio Cassette
* Average Customer Review: based on 32 reviews. (Write a review.)
* Amazon.com Sales Rank: #6,043 in Music (See Top Sellers in Music)
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1. Radio Free Europe (original Hib-Tone single) Listen Listen
2. Gardening at Night (different vocal mix)
3. Talk About the Passion Listen Listen
4. So. Central Rain Listen Listen
5. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville Listen Listen
6. Can't Get There From Here Listen
7. Driver 8 Listen
8. Romance Listen
9. Fall On Me Listen
10. The One I Love Listen
11. Finest Worksong (mutual drum horn mix) Listen
12. It's the End of the World As We Know It (and I Feel Fine) Listen

Editorial Reviews
Much as the outtake and B-side collection Dead Letter Office anthologizes the many oddities of R.E.M., 1988's Eponymous is a document testifying to the astounding strength of their formative I.R.S. years. Eponymous reinforces the notion that the inchoate R.E.M. was a rare and brilliant gem of a group. While a somewhat brief CD, it provides quality listening from start to finish with hits such as "The One I Love," "(Don't Go Back to) Rockville," and "Driver 8" tucked amid the likes of an alternate take of "Finest Worksong" and the wonderfully mysterious "Gardening at Night." Especially noteworthy is the inclusion of the original seven-inch version of "Radio Free Europe," the band's 1981 release. --Lorry Fleming
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
End of Indie Rock As We Knew It, and REM Did Fine, March 17, 2000
Reviewer: Anthony G Pizza "trivialtony" (FL) - See all my reviews
This collection gathers the better radio tracks from REM's first (and, to these ears, best) six years together. It's hard to remember how organic and dynamic underground-turned-mainstream hits like "South Central Rain" and "Radio Free Europe" (heard here in its original demo version) were until you hear them again, especially in the 80s when alternative radio was restricted to college frequencies.

The group had already concocted muscular folk-rock melodies based on the genre's heroes. The Byrds' country and folk-rock influences all the songs, as does Alex Chilton's Box Tops and Michael Nesmith's First National Band ("Rockville" closes with a quote from Johnny Rivers' "Poor Side of Town.")Who could forget Michael Stipe's distinctive voice buried in musical quicksand, and trying to decipher his cryptic lyric images?

Highlights include the staples "The One I Love" and the fun, if silly "It's The End of The World" (the conductor, Communist, comic and critic fit together only rythmically), the gorgeous "Fall On Me" from their only Don Gehman-produced album (with softheaded Biblical imagery reminiscent of his other major client, John Mellencamp) and Bill Berry's great drumming throughout, especially on "Can't Get There From Here" and "Gardening at Night." Recommended early music from a Hall of Fame-bound rock band.
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pantufla | Jan 24, 2006 |



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