R.E.M. - The Best Of R.E.M. album flac
|A1||Carnival Of Sorts||3:52|
|A2||Radio Free Europe||4:05|
|A4||Talk About The Passion||3:22|
|A5||So. Central Rain||3:14|
|A6||(Don't Go Back To) Rockville||4:32|
|A8||Green Grow The Rushes||3:45|
|B1||Can't Get There From Here||3:40|
|B3||Fall On Me||2:51|
|B6||The One I Love||3:17|
|B8||It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)||4:04|
- Producer – Don Dixon (tracks: A2 to A7), Don Gehman (tracks: B3 to B5), Joe Boyd (tracks: A8 to B2), Mitch Easter (tracks: A1 to A7), R.E.M. (tracks: A1, B6 to B8), Scott Litt (tracks: B6 to B8)
NotesIncluding song by song sleeve notes taken from the book 'Remarks - The Story Of R.E.M.' by Tony Fletcher.
|7131282||R.E.M.||The Best Of R.E.M. (CD, Comp)||I.R.S. Records||7131282||Europe||Unknown|
|MIRH 1||R.E.M.||The Best Of R.E.M. (LP, Comp)||I.R.S. Records||MIRH 1||UK & Europe||1991|
|EMI-8153||R.E.M.||The Best Of R.E.M. (LP, Comp)||EMI||EMI-8153||Venezuela||1991|
|082 7131281, 082-7131281||R.E.M.||The Best Of R.E.M. (LP, Comp)||Hispavox, Hispavox||082 7131281, 082-7131281||Spain||1991|
|none||R.E.M.||The Best of R.E.M. (Cass, Comp, Unofficial)||King's Records||none||Bulgaria||Unknown|
is a greatest hits album by . released in 1991, shortly after the success of the band's seventh studio album, Out of Time, released by Warner Bros. however, was released by the band's previous record label, . Records, and only includes tracks from their first five albums while the group was with that label. As such, it covers their output from 1982 to 1987.
In either case, our reactions signify much the same thing. This was a damn fine band at the height of their global popularity back when Automatic emerged, and they were nearly as fine when they hung it up earlier this decade. You can’t make that claim for many bands. wasn’t like many other.
began their Warner contract in 1988 as the biggest band to emerge from the American underground. Fifteen years later, they released In Time: The Best of . 1988-2003, the first overview of their long stint at Warner Records. During that decade and a half, . had a turbulent journey. At the outset, their legend and influence as one of the key - if not the key - bands of the American underground was firmly in place, but their success kept growing, culminating in a breakthrough to international stardom in 1991 thanks to "Losing My Religion" and Out.
compilation In Time: The Best of . 1988-2003 will be reissued by Craft Recordings as a double vinyl set in May. This album collects highlights from the band’s post-I. Records years from 1988’s Green to 2001’s Reveal. The 18 tracks include hits like ‘Losing My Religion’, ‘Everybody Hurts’ and ‘Stand’; selections from soundtracks (‘The Great Beyond’ and ‘All the Right Friends’) and the previously unreleased ‘Bad Day’ and ‘Animal’.
By Henry Yates (Classic Rock) 2019-06-12T10:11:08Z Classic Rock. albums: The godfathers of US alternative rock have a back catalogue of gems – just make sure you stay clear of the monsters. released Monster, a grunge-endebted album that was sludgier, sleazier and heavier on its feet, made few concessions to fair weather fans beyond the dirty pop of What’s The Frequency, Kenneth? and the pretty Strange Currencies, and, in retrospect, offered the first hints of a decline that was only slowed by 2008's Accelerate. Genius isn’t consistent, and neither is . s back catalogue, but a record collection without the wit and wisdom of this great band, at their most beautiful, is a dismal thing indeed. These are the ones we love
In Time: The Best Of .
What are the best albums by . com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. is Automatic For The People which is ranked number 58 in the overall greatest album chart with a total rank score of 38,015. is ranked number 24 in the overall artist rankings with a total rank score of 97,319. Members who like this artist also like: The Smiths, U2 and Pixies. CD- New Adventures in Hi-Fi by . BRAND NEW In Original Wrap! Condition: Brand New. Time left: 8m 4s.
This is an extraordinarily good album. It’s got a very strong line-up of songs, from the ones I’ve already mentioned to others like: Man on the Moon, What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?, Orange Crush, and Imitation of Life. I find the lyrics of all these songs very original and interesting, and I really enjoy the band’s musical style. I’ve read some of the arguments about whether In Time: The Best of . 1988-2003 really includes the best of . at the expense of other, better songs. Of that I’m not sure; all I know is that In Time: The Best of .
discography is ranked from best to worst, so the top . albums can be found at the top of the list. To make it easy for you, we haven't included . singles, EPs, or compilations, so everything you see here should only be studio albums. If you think the greatest .