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Old 08-05-2006, 10:56 AM   #16
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Country Feedback is a miracle of a song Oh My God!
It was your wedding song?
That is amazing.
I'd marry anyone that wanted to use that as a wedding song.
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Old 08-05-2006, 11:59 AM   #17
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I'mma just gonna do 38, in the order of my iTunes playlist

1. Radio Free Europe (Single)
2. So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)
3. Orange Crush
4. Pretty Persuasion
5. Superman
6. Lotus
7. The Outsiders (ft. Q-Tip)
8. Bang and Blame
9. Draggin' the Line
10. Summer Turns to High
11. Why Not Smile
12. Everybody Hurts
13. Shiny Happy People
14. The One I Love
15. Near Wild Heaven
16. Exhuming McCarthy
17. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight
18. I Don't Sleep, I Dream
19. Imitation of Life
20. Man on the Moon
21. It's the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
22. What's the Frequency, Kenneth?
23. Pop Song '89
24. Crush With Eyeliner
25. The Great Beyond
26. Leaving New York
27. Be Mine
28. Drive
29. Leave
30. Radio Song
31. Animal
32. Circus Envy
33. Losing My Religion
34. Finest Worksong
35. All the Way to Reno
36. At My Most Beautiful
37. Nightswimming
38. Find the River

never heard Country Feedback
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Old 08-05-2006, 12:41 PM   #18
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No particular order:



Losing My Religion
Bad Day
Man On The Moon
Everybody Hurts
Leaving New York
Electron Blue
The Outsiders
Orange Crush
Falls To Climb
Nightswimming
Strange Currencies
Imitation Of Life
E-Bow The Letter
Bittersweet Me
The One I Love
Ascent Of Man
So. Central Rain (I'm Sorry)
What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
Walk Unafraid
The Great Beyond
Try Not To Breathe
Drive
The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonight
It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Near Wild Heaven
Shiny Happy People
Ignoreland
Country Feedback
Me In Honey
Sitting Still
Talk About The Passion
Radio Free Europe
Leave
Boy In The Well
Radio Song
Lotus
Daysleeper
Fall On Me
Bang And Blame
Revolution
Perfect Circle
Begin The Begin
Find The River
Monty Got A Raw Deal
So Fast, So Numb
Beat A Drum
The Lifting
All The Way To Reno
Animal
Catapult
Pilgrimage
Electrolite
At My Most Beautiful
All The Right Friends
Texarkana
Half A World Away
Finest Worksong
White Tornado
I'll Take The Rain
The Apologist
She Just Wants To Be
I've Been High
I Wanted To Be Wrong
Final Straw
Aftermath
Around The Sun
Belong
I Am Superman
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Here are my favorites, in order of albums (with stars for my very favorites ... I tried drooling smilies, but I had too many for the post):

Wolves, Lower
Radio Free Europe
Pilgrimage*
Talk About the Passion
Sitting Still*
Harborcoat
Maps and Legends
Driver 8
Life and How to Live It*
Green Grow the Rushes
Good Advices
Begin the Begin*
The Flowers of Guatemala
Cuyahoga
Fall On Me
I Believe
Welcome to the Occupation
Disturbance at the Heron House*
King of Birds
Pop Song 89
You Are the Everything
World Leader Pretend
Orange Crush
Near Wild Heaven
Half a World Away
Texarkana
Country Feedback
Drive*
Sweetness Follows
Find the River*
I Took Your Name
Let Me In
The Wake-Up Bomb*
Undertow
E-Bow the Letter
Leave
Binky the Doormat
Electrolite
Lotus
Sad Professor
Walk Unafraid
Daysleeper*
The Great Beyond*
The Lifting
Imitation of Life*
Bad Day
Around the Sun
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Old 08-05-2006, 06:42 PM   #20
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Where the heck is "Sad Professor" ?????
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Old 08-05-2006, 07:20 PM   #21
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Um ... between Lotus and Walk Unafraid on my list?
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Old 08-07-2006, 06:25 AM   #22
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Old 08-11-2006, 11:29 PM   #23
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Endgame?
Moral Kiosk?
Worst Joke Ever?
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I might be in the minority, but I think R.E.M. got significantly better from Monster onwards, with distorted reverb and new-found weirdness. New Adventures in Hi-Fi is one of my favourite albums of all time.

My top ten, no order:

Strange Currencies
E-bow The Letter
Orange Crush
Imitation of Life
What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
So Fast, So Numb
Be Mine
Walk Unafraid
Binky The Doormat
New Test Leper
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I might be in the minority, but I think R.E.M. got significantly better from Monster onwards, with distorted reverb and new-found weirdness. New Adventures in Hi-Fi is one of my favourite albums of all time.

My top ten, no order:

Strange Currencies
E-bow The Letter
Orange Crush
Imitation of Life
What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
So Fast, So Numb
Be Mine
Walk Unafraid
Binky The Doormat
New Test Leper
I agree, my favorite R.E.M. stuff is from 1987 - 1998. Michael Stipe was finally audible

Current obsession: Monster :
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1. i wanted to be wrong
2. e-bow the letter
3. be mine
4. nightswimming
5. electrolite

i'm really trimming the fat here... top five only!
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Old 08-12-2006, 12:13 PM   #27
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Current obsession: Monster :



I still remember the day Monster was released. It was a foggy Tuesday in the fall of 1994. (Ok, I'm guessing at the foggy part, but it's a safe bet, since it's always foggy here.) I also remember that it was released on the same day as Nirvana's MTV Unplugged album. So, I had a choice to make: purchase one of the last recordings of a fallen grunge hero and lament his loss while weeping, like my friends...or try something different.

Different
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I still remember the day Monster was released. It was a foggy Tuesday in the fall of 1994. (Ok, I'm guessing at the foggy part, but it's a safe bet, since it's always foggy here.) I also remember that it was released on the same day as Nirvana's MTV Unplugged album. So, I had a choice to make: purchase one of the last recordings of a fallen grunge hero and lament his loss while weeping, like my friends...or try something different.

Different
I will always think Kurt Cobain's one of the most overrated figures in rock history. With Michael Stipe, Eddie Vedder, Billy Corgan being some of the most underrated.
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Monster kicks so much ass! God, I love that album! I even like stuff like Circus Envy towards the end of this rarely-talked-about album.
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