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Complete Studio Albums - I.R.S. 1982-1987

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Download links and information about Complete Studio Albums - I.R.S. 1982-1987 by R. E. M.. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 61 tracks with total duration of 03:40:16 minutes.

Artist: R. E. M.
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 61
Duration: 03:40:16
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No. Title Length
1. Wolves, Lower 4:09
2. Gardening At Night 3:29
3. Carnival of Sorts (Boxcars) 3:52
4. 1,000,000 3:06
5. Stumble 5:40
6. Radio Free Europe 4:04
7. Pilgrimage 4:29
8. Laughing 3:58
9. Talk About the Passion 3:23
10. Moral Kiosk 3:31
11. Perfect Circle 3:32
12. Catapult 3:55
13. Sitting Still 3:18
14. 9-9 3:04
15. Shaking Through 4:29
16. We Walk 3:00
17. West of the Fields 3:17
18. Harborcoat 3:56
19. 7 Chinese Bros. 4:14
20. So. Central Rain 3:15
21. Pretty Pursuasion 3:53
22. Time After Time (Annelise) 3:33
23. Second Guessing 2:49
24. Letter Never Sent 2:59
25. Camera 5:50
26. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville 4:33
27. Little America 3:41
28. Feeling Gravitys Pull 4:50
29. Maps and Legends 3:11
30. Driver 8 3:23
31. Life and How To Live It 4:07
32. Old Man Kensey 4:09
33. Can't Get There From Here 3:39
34. Green Grow the Rushes 3:46
35. Kohoutek 3:18
36. Auctioneer (Another Engine) 2:44
37. Good Advices 3:31
38. Wendell Gee 3:03
39. Begin the Begin 3:27
40. These Days 3:23
41. Fall On Me 2:49
42. Cuyahoga 4:20
43. Hyena 2:49
44. Underneath the Bunker 1:25
45. The Flowers of Guatemala 3:56
46. I Believe 3:49
47. What If We Give It Away? 3:33
48. Just a Touch 2:59
49. Swan Swan H 2:44
50. Superman 2:52
51. Finest Worksong 3:47
52. Welcome To the Occupation 2:46
53. Exhuming McCarthy 3:18
54. Disturbance At the Heron House 3:31
55. Strange 2:32
56. It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) 4:06
57. The One I Love 3:17
58. Fireplace 3:23
59. Lightnin' Hopkins 3:20
60. King of Birds 4:08
61. Oddfellows Local 151 5:22

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R.E.M.'s popularity was proof that major labels were failing to capture segments of the college market. Unlike bands who were pumped up as the “next big thing” only to not meet expectations, R.E.M. built their audience gradually and organically, with each release expanding their audience piece by piece. By Document—their fifth album for the small I.R.S. label—they'd consistently been scoring hit singles without a major label's leverage (though I.R.S. was linked to A&M Records). R.E.M.'s music began as mysterious, near-indecipherable songs on the five-track Chronic Town EP and the early albums Murmur, Reckoning, and the gorgeous Fables of the Reconstruction. They surged toward more pop-oriented material on Lifes Rich Pageant (sic), where producer Don Gehman brought singer Michael Stipe’s vocals to the front and gave Peter Buck’s guitars serious firepower. “Fall on Me” was an exuberant hit single, and Document continued the streak with the stunning “The One I Love” and “It’s the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine).”