Double vinyl LP pressing. In Time: The Best Of R.E.M. 1988-2003 is more than a greatest hits collection, it's an opportunity to reflect on the astonishing creative and cultural influence of one of the most innovative and enduring bands of modern rock history. This collection focuses on the band's output on Warner Bros. And includes the hits "Man on the Moon," "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?," "Losing My Religion," "Orange Crush," "Imitation of Life," "Stand," "Everybody Hurts," "Bad Day," "Daysleeper," "Animal," "Electrolite," "Nightswimming," "The Great Beyond" and more of the songs that turned a college-radio favorite into a pop phenomenon.
Double vinyl LP pressing. In Time: The Best Of R.E.M. 1988-2003 is more than a greatest hits collection, it's an opportunity to reflect on the astonishing creative and cultural influence of one of the most innovative and enduring bands of modern rock history. This collection focuses on the band's output on Warner Bros. And includes the hits "Man on the Moon," "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?," "Losing My Religion," "Orange Crush," "Imitation of Life," "Stand," "Everybody Hurts," "Bad Day," "Daysleeper," "Animal," "Electrolite," "Nightswimming," "The Great Beyond" and more of the songs that turned a college-radio favorite into a pop phenomenon.
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In Time: The Best Of R.E.M. 1988-2003 [2 LP]
Artist: R.E.M.
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Double vinyl LP pressing. In Time: The Best Of R.E.M. 1988-2003 is more than a greatest hits collection, it's an opportunity to reflect on the astonishing creative and cultural influence of one of the most innovative and enduring bands of modern rock history. This collection focuses on the band's output on Warner Bros. And includes the hits "Man on the Moon," "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?," "Losing My Religion," "Orange Crush," "Imitation of Life," "Stand," "Everybody Hurts," "Bad Day," "Daysleeper," "Animal," "Electrolite," "Nightswimming," "The Great Beyond" and more of the songs that turned a college-radio favorite into a pop phenomenon.