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Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage (1982-2011)


Download links and information about Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage (1982-2011) by R. E. M.. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 40 tracks with total duration of 02:31:22 minutes.

Artist: R. E. M.
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 40
Duration: 02:31:22
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No. Title Length
1. Gardening At Night 3:29
2. Radio Free Europe 4:04
3. Talk About the Passion 3:19
4. Sitting Still 3:17
5. So. Central Rain 3:13
6. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville 4:31
7. Driver 8 3:23
8. Life and How to Live It 4:07
9. Begin the Begin 3:27
10. Fall On Me 2:49
11. Finest Worksong 3:47
12. It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) 4:06
13. The One I Love 3:16
14. Stand 3:11
15. Pop Song 89 3:03
16. Get Up 2:39
17. Orange Crush 3:52
18. Losing My Religion 4:27
19. Country Feedback 4:07
20. Shiny Happy People 3:45
21. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite 4:07
22. Everybody Hurts 5:16
23. Man On the Moon 5:12
24. Nightswimming 4:16
25. What's the Frequency, Kenneth? 3:59
26. New Test Leper 5:24
27. Electrolite 4:05
28. At My Most Beautiful 3:32
29. The Great Beyond 5:05
30. Imitation of Life 3:57
31. Bad Day 4:05
32. Leaving New York 4:48
33. Living Well Is the Best Revenge 3:11
34. Supernatural Superserious 3:23
35. ÜBerlin 4:13
36. Oh My Heart 3:20
37. Alligator_Aviator_Autopilot_Antimatter 2:44
38. A Month of Saturdays 1:38
39. We All Go Back to Where We Belong 3:34
40. Hallellujah 3:41



Taken together, these 40 tracks make the case for how this massively gifted quartet from Athens, Ga., changed rock history while retaining its quirky edge. R.E.M.’s early years as indie trendsetters are well-represented by such tracks as “Radio Free Europe,” “Fall on Me,” and “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (and I Feel Fine).” Mega-hits like “The One I Love,” “Orange Crush,” and “Losing My Religion” document a band embracing fame as it expanded its sonic palette. Key songs from the post–Bill Berry era (especially “At My Most Beautiful” and “Living Well Is the Best Revenge”) reflect R.E.M.’s creative ambition in the face of new challenges. Rounding out this collection are three new tunes: “We All Go Back to Where We Belong” (a yearning, elegant number with soft-rock overtones), “Hallelujah” (grand, string-draped, and overtly spiritual), and “A Month of Saturdays” (a playful return to the band’s garage-rock roots). From jangle rock to orchestrated pop, this compilation hits all the high points and rediscovers some neglected tunes even longtime fans may have missed.