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Old 02-04-2006, 12:35 AM   #46
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Definitely one of their best live songs.
Ohh I love that intro sooo much!
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This is kinda related to this thread, but if you guys didn't know already, Michael started the In The Sun Foundation to raise money for the rebuilding of the gulf coast region. He's releasing a charity EP on iTunes on Monday with 6 different versions of the Joseph Arthur song In The Sun. You can read more about it and preview the tracks (including duets with Chris Martin and Joseph Arthur) at the official site http://www.inthesunfoundation.com.

I wish I imported more of my bootlegs onto my computer, I'm kinda lacking in live R.E.M. I do have a few official b-side and fan club live recordings, if they're okay to ysi....
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Old 02-04-2006, 01:37 AM   #48
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man, i don't care what you guys say, "i wanted to be wrong" is awesome. but i generally agree that around the sun is boring.
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man, i don't care what you guys say,
God-Damn-It

Care about what we say!

These are important midnite proclamations preserved forever on the INTERNET!

This is serious business.
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we're all so cool, spending our friday nights like this!

i still like that song a lot
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Old 02-04-2006, 02:00 AM   #51
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i still like that song a lot
Here's a live version just for you!

I Wanted To Be Wrong (Live from St. James Church, London, 2004)
http://s6.you sendit.com/d.aspx?id=116PWNZMF3S4R30Q9DH1FPAF8Z
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thanks!
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I didn't read the whole thing
but two of my songs:

Finest Worksong
Walk Unafraid
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we're all so cool, spending our friday nights like this!

i still like that song a lot
Well, now it's saturday morning so I figured I'd check up on this thread. "I Wanted to be Wrong" is good. I think my favorite song off of Around the Sun would be "The Boy in the Well."
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I liked "Beat A Drum" off that album too.

Can you or anyone else name some good songs off Around the Sun? I think I've listened to it all the way through maybe once. And don't say "Leaving New York," that song sucks.

Electron Blue (sounds a little like some of the stuff from Up)

The Outsiders

Make It All Okay

Wanderlust (nice one! Sounds like 80's R.E.M.)

Aftermath


Btw. I cannot personally believe the butchering this album received in the press. It may lack the number 1 radio hit pop song but it's a fine collection of songs anyway.
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Man On The Moon (live from Glastonbury '99)

http://s48.you sendit.com/d.aspx?id=2CUIWIIDUWDV62SER6E1XHADIP

This is gonna become like xaviMF22's Radiohead thread!

I have a couple more rare live versions of Find The River and Let Me In from a 2001 fan club only holiday single but sadly I can't upload them! I think the CD is enhanced!
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I didn't read the whole thing
but two of my songs:

Finest Worksong
Walk Unafraid

those would both be pretty high up on a list of top whatever number REM songs if i were to make one
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Walk Unafraid is one of their best songs ever!!!


Brau, thanks for emailing me those songs!
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This is kinda related to this thread, but if you guys didn't know already, Michael started the In The Sun Foundation to raise money for the rebuilding of the gulf coast region. He's releasing a charity EP on iTunes on Monday with 6 different versions of the Joseph Arthur song In The Sun. You can read more about it and preview the tracks (including duets with Chris Martin and Joseph Arthur) at the official site http://www.inthesunfoundation.com.

I wish I imported more of my bootlegs onto my computer, I'm kinda lacking in live R.E.M. I do have a few official b-side and fan club live recordings, if they're okay to ysi....
I'm looking for someone here who is also on murmurs.com (R.E.M. Forum) Do you happen to be a member?

P.S I am a HUGE R.E.M. Fan.
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I'm looking for someone here who is also on murmurs.com (R.E.M. Forum) Do you happen to be a member?
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