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Complete Warner Bros Studio Albums, Vol. 1

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Download links and information about Complete Warner Bros Studio Albums, Vol. 1 by R. E. M.. This album was released in 2014 and it belongs to Rock genres. It contains 60 tracks with total duration of 04:08:22 minutes.

Artist: R. E. M.
Release date: 2014
Genre: Rock
Tracks: 60
Duration: 04:08:22
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Pop Song 89 3:05
2. Get Up 2:39
3. You Are the Everything 3:48
4. Stand 3:12
5. World Leader Pretend 4:21
6. The Wrong Child 3:39
7. Orange Crush 3:54
8. Turn You Inside-Out 4:19
9. Hairshirt 3:57
10. I Remember California 5:01
11. Untitled 3:13
12. Radio Song 4:15
13. Losing My Religion 4:28
14. Low 4:56
15. Near Wild Heaven 3:19
16. Endgame 3:51
17. Shiny Happy People 3:46
18. Belong 4:06
19. Half a World Away 3:29
20. Texarkana 3:39
21. Country Feedback 4:09
22. Me In Honey 4:09
23. Drive 4:31
24. Try Not To Breathe 3:50
25. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite 4:09
26. Everybody Hurts 5:20
27. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1 2:15
28. Sweetness Follows 4:21
29. Monty Got a Raw Deal 3:17
30. Ignoreland 4:26
31. Star Me Kitten 3:16
32. Man On the Moon 5:14
33. Nightswimming 4:17
34. Find the River 3:52
35. What's the Frequency, Kenneth? 3:58
36. Crush With Eyeliner 4:38
37. King of Comedy 3:40
38. I Don't Sleep, I Dream 3:26
39. Star 69 3:07
40. Strange Currencies 3:51
41. Tongue 4:10
42. Bang and Blame 5:27
43. I Took Your Name 4:01
44. Let Me In 3:27
45. Circus Envy 4:13
46. You 4:55
47. How the West Was Won and Where It Got Us (Hi. Res.) 4:31
48. The Wake Up Bomb (Hi. Res.) 5:08
49. New Test Leper (Hi. Res.) 5:26
50. Undertow (Hi. Res.) 5:09
51. E-Bow the Letter 5:24
52. Leave (Hi. Res.) 7:17
53. Departure (Hi. Res.) 3:29
54. Bittersweet Me (Hi. Res.) 4:05
55. Be Mine (Hi. Res.) 5:33
56. Binky the Doormat (Hi. Res.) 5:01
57. Zither (Hi. Res.) 2:34
58. So Fast, So Numb (Hi. Res.) 4:12
59. Low Desert (Hi. Res.) 3:32
60. Electrolite 4:05

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In 1988, R.E.M. made the shift from I.R.S. Records to Warner Bros., signifying the great leap forward from lovable indie “alternative” rock band to serious mainstream arena rock band. The group didn’t alter their style but let it evolve, as they'd been doing since the beginning. This Vol. 1 features the first five albums R.E.M. recorded for Warner Bros. With “Orange Crush,” Green sounded much like their previous work, even reminding fans of “The One I Love” with its guitar riff. Out of Time was the massive breakthrough, featuring the inescapable hit singles “Losing My Religion” and “Shiny Happy People.” Automatic for the People was low-key yet evolved into a mega-hit that was also a critical smash. “Everybody Hurts,” “Drive,” “Man on the Moon,” and “Nightswimming” all made strong inroads, while Monster, with “What’s the Frequency, Kenneth?," went for a live band sound. New Adventures in Hi-Fi was true to its title and remains one of the more enigmatic albums in the group’s deep catalog.