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2018
R.E.M. At The BBC (Live)
2017
Automatic For the People (25th Anniversary Edition)
2016
In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003
2016
Out of Time
2016
Out of Time (25th Anniversary Edition)
2016
Complete Rarities: 1988-2011
2014
Fables of the Reconstruction
2014
New Adventures In Hi-Fi
2014
Life's Rich Pageant
2014
Unplugged 1991/2001: The Complete Sessions
2014
Up
2014
Collapse Into Now
2014
Around the Sun
2014
Reveal
2014
Accelerate
2014
Complete Studio Albums 1988-1996
2014
Complete Studio Albums 1998-2011
2014
Document
2014
Complete Studio Albums 1998-2011
2014
Monster
2014
Complete Studio Albums 1988-1996
2013
Green (Remastered)
2012
Automatic for the People
2012
Reckoning
2012
Document (25th Anniversary Edition)
2012
Murmur
2011
Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011
2009
Live At the Olympia
2007
R.E.M. Live
2006
And I Feel Fine... The Best of the I.R.S. Years 1982-1987
2006
And I Feel Fine... The Best of the IRS Years (1982-1987) [Collector's Edition]
1998
Eponymous
1992
Athens Andover
1987
Dead Letter Office
1987
Document
1985
Fables of the Reconstruction
1984
Reckoning
R.E.M. Aug 24, 2019
Happy Anniversary to Chronic Town, released on August 24, 1982.
R.E.M. Aug 23, 2019
The single for "E-Bow The Letter" featuring the incomparable Patti Smith was released in the USA during this week in August 1996. What's your favorite track from New Adventures In Hi-Fi? http://bit.ly/ebowtheletter
R.E.M. Aug 21, 2019
"A Night of Georgia Music" Fall Tour: Mills/McDuffie/Leavell If rock and roll, classical music, well-crafted tunes, and the incredible legacy of Georgia music are among your favorite things, make plans to get a ticket to see Mike, world-renowned violinist Robert McDuffie, and acclaimed pianist Chuck Leavell (Rolling Stones/Allman Brothers) at one of the four shows they're scheduled to play this fall in Atlanta, Birmingham, Savannah, and Augusta. The evening is billed as a "A Night of Georgia Music" where the trio will perform the songs of some of Georgia's most beloved artists, including Ray Charles, The Allman Brothers Band, Outkast, Gram Parsons, Gregg Allman, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Brook Benton, Otis Redding, James Brown, and even a little R.E.M. Tickets are on sale for what promises to be one of the most unique and exciting concerts of the year: http://bit.ly/2WYvEEw A Night of Georgia Music SEP 29, SUN: Atlanta Symphony Hall, Atlanta, GA OCT 2 WED: The Lyric Theatre, Birmingham, AL OCT 4 FRI: Lucas Theatre for the Arts, Savannah, GA OCT 5 SAT: Miller Theater, Augusta, GA
R.E.M. Aug 17, 2019
Listen to Mike’s interview with 97.1 the River http://bit.ly/2OYVAwb
R.E.M. Aug 15, 2019
The UK 7" single for "Radio Free Europe" was released on 15 August 1983. Here's the video filmed at Howard Finster's Paradise Garden & directed by Arthur Pierson. http://bit.ly/radiofreeeuro
R.E.M. Aug 13, 2019
This week's Tuesday Tune is "Strange Currencies" from Road Movie, the documentary-style film which captured the band's '95 Tour in its full glory. Speaking of which: We're in a #Monster25 Mood... how about you? http://bit.ly/2LAaenr
R.E.M. Aug 12, 2019
A Night of Georgia Music mentioned in Rolling Stone. Tickets are on sale now for the four-date tour featuring Mike Mills, violinist Robert McDuffie, and Chuck Leavell. http://bit.ly/2yVC7BH
R.E.M. Aug 09, 2019
Read the latest transmission from REMHQ and sign up for our quarterly newsletter at remhq.com http://bit.ly/2YZlgZ3
R.E.M. Aug 08, 2019
There are still tickets available for ATL Collective's celebration of Automatic For The People this Saturday 8/10 at the Atlanta History Center. Interested in going? Get your tickets here: http://bit.ly/ATLCollectiveAFTP Doors at 6:30 PM/Show starts at 8:00 PM.
R.E.M. Aug 07, 2019
A Night of Georgia Music with Mike Mills, Robert McDuffie, and Chuck Leavell... updated concert informaton: http://bit.ly/31sslmz
R.E.M. Aug 05, 2019
Yeah, yeah, yeah, Ignoreland Wrecking all things virtuous and true. http://bit.ly/wreckingallthingsvirtuousandtrue #Ignoreland
R.E.M. Aug 02, 2019
The Minus 5 continues its STROKE MANOR tour, featuring Scott, Peter, Mike, and Linda Pitmon and Kurt Bloch! Word has it that last night’s show in SF was an outtasite scene, and that “Texarkana” popped up in the encore (with a few false starts, oops). TONIGHT, Friday, Aug 2: The Bootleg Theater 2200 Beverly Blvd, LA CA 90057 https://www.bootlegtheater.org/ Last chance to see this outfit, unless you’re lucky enough to have tix for Saturday’s Camper Van Beethoven/Cracker Campout in the California High Desert.
R.E.M. Jul 31, 2019
Join us in wishing Bill Berry a happy birthday. Play it loud. http://bit.ly/thefinesthour
R.E.M. Jul 31, 2019
Happy Birthday wishes to the one and only Bill Berry! photo: Anton Corbijn (from the Monster Tour program)
R.E.M. Jul 29, 2019
Make your plans to join Atlanta music nonprofit ATL Collective on SAT 8/10 as they relive Automatic for the People at the Atlanta History Center. Their musical guests for this show are a collective of artists from Athens and ATL: Palace Doctor, Thayer Sarrano, Reuben Bidez, Aslyn, The Tin Man + many more. Tickets available at atlcollective.org
R.E.M. Jul 29, 2019
Bertis came across this "Losing My Religion" "book cover" by screenwriter and graphic artist Todd Alcott who translates his favorite songs into vintage book covers... we really like it; read more at the link: https://berto.fyi/2YvXofK
R.E.M. Jul 27, 2019
Revisiting a great interview Peter and Michael did with DJ Redbeard on the occasion of Reckoning's anniversary... http://bit.ly/2Zg44j8
R.E.M. Jul 27, 2019
Welcome to the Occupation. Listen to me
R.E.M. Jul 26, 2019
What's your favorite R.E.M. summer song? Here's one from Reveal to get the conversation started... http://bit.ly/2SFfg6x
R.E.M. Jul 20, 2019
Peter's Twitter Statement: It has recently been brought to my attention that somebody calling himself Peter Buck has been impersonating me on Twitter. There are a couple of legitimate Peter Bucks out there; one seems like a cool surfer dude and another owns the Subway sandwich chain. Neither of them has mentioned R.E.M. The particular person in question was relaying first-hand stories about the band, politics, etc. I personally didn't read any of it, but friends did, and we issued a takedown order. To quote Richard M. Nixon "Let me make this perfectly clear": I have never been on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat, dating app, ad nauseam. The only online presence I have is through REMHQ. I have a headful of idiotic ideas and theories that I could bloviate upon all day long. I choose not to and would prefer that people don't send out their idiotic ideas in place of mine... the actual, real Peter Buck.
R.E.M. Jul 20, 2019
What's your favorite Moon Tune? Here's a list of Billboard's favorites featuring R.E.M., Van Morrison, Duran Duran, & more... http://bit.ly/2xYuj1q
R.E.M. Jul 19, 2019
Today & this weekend marks the 20th anniversary of the band's historic shows at Stirling Castle in Scotland: July 19, 20, & 21, 1999, to be exact. In honor of those great shows as well as the "sterling" documentary our friends at Lonely Goat--Andy and Debbie--put together, we thought a reprise of a post from back in 2014 would be in order. Enjoy! http://bit.ly/2XQ69pm
R.E.M. Jul 16, 2019
Early days of "Cuyahoga." Thanks to the The R.E.M. Timeline for posting.
R.E.M. Jul 12, 2019
See the new 180-gram pressing of In Time: the Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 in action, plus learn about the inspiration behind "Bad Day" and more, via Craft Recordings' Spin Class series! https://found.ee/rem-badday-spincass-yt-r P.S. Pick up an exclusive blue 2-LP edition of In Time at Barnes & Noble as part of #BNVinyl weekend sale (7/12–7/14).
R.E.M. Jul 12, 2019
Listen to Michael's Conversation with the goopfellas Podcast “'I set out on this fantastic adventure, and it actually worked out,'” former R.E.M. front man Michael Stipe says, a bit surprised himself. In this candid conversation, Stipe talks about who he became after his band got famous, why he decided to speak up about his sexuality, and what it was like to “fall between the lines” and to redefine masculinity. He tells Dr. Will Cole and Seamus Mullen why he quit drugs and, later, social media, and what it could mean to take an interest in your health. Stipe believes that we’re in a time of great transition, and his own transformation is ongoing, fueled perhaps by one thing in particular: Vulnerability, he says, can contain an immense power…” Listen: http://bit.ly/2JCIvCD