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on 13 August 2001
Alongside U2 REM have to be the biggest band in the world, and if i may say so myself (alongside U2) they have to be the best band in the world. This album is fantastic, it as the jiggy introduction with 'radio song,' then the best song ever made by REM - Losing my religion. Low is a mix of different styles, some may not see it as good to listen to as the others. Near wild heaven has excellent guitars, and well, Shiny Happy People. The guitar solos tell the story of the album. Country feedback is also brilliant. I own many REM albums but i don't have time to review them all so here's a quick star guide: Out of time : 5 stars Reveal : 4 1/2 stars Green : 5 Stars Monster : 4 stars Document : 4 3/4 stars Hi-fi : 4 3/4 stars
look out for 'i don't sleep i dream' in monster, second best REM song!
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on 12 February 2005
This album is a masterpiece it is one of the greatest of the last 20 years.
It starts of with a pretty average by R.E.M. Standards Radio Song
but the great thing was it was nominated for a grammy! So that gives just a little bit of information on REM standards. After that we have The Hug losing My Religion probably the best song of the nineties and won grammy's and 6 Mtv awards. After that we have Low now this song is poor when you first listen to it. But after a few listens Michael's poetic lyrics kick in with a great guitar rave make it a masterpiece. Then Near Wild Heaven just a pure piece of brilliance they dont come much better than this.
Then an Instrumental. The another brilliant funny love able song The Huge Shiny Happy People. I love that song personally becuase its so funny.I have never met a person who doesnt love Shiny Happy People. Belong is then another great heart felt piece of REM brilliance. The Album has now reached its peak of class. Half A World away is excellent. Texarkana Is my favourite on the record just another piece of musical and lyrical genius. Then Country Feedback dark and soothing like low but it also grows on you and when it does it is rewarding. The Final number Me In Honey pulls the curtains on super amazing album. Buy It
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on 11 August 2007
This was, in my opinion, REM's best album. For me, far more depth than its successor, Automatic for the People.
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on 29 June 2015
Very pleased with this. Arrived on time and I would definitely recommend
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on 2 June 2000
This R.E.M album is again different from all their others. This time there is almost a summery feel, but with plenty of hidden undertones (as in Country Feedback etc). A really great album that you should like when you first hear, but will definitely come to love as time goes by. If in doubt buy it just for 'Losing My Religion', you'll be rewarded with several more classics!
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on 13 March 2016
Bought as a gift...the receiver loved it. Very pleased.
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on 8 December 2016
Brilliant album just as I remember it from 25 years ago.
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on 6 September 2016
Great album supported by great service. well pleased.
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on 1 June 2016
Everything lived up to my hopes and expectations
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on 11 October 2016
REM. is a great band and good tracks on this cd.
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