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Old 04-03-2008, 10:55 PM   #46
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1. Harborcoat
2-10 (In Alphabetical Order):

7 Chinese Bros.
Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars)
Cuyahoga
I Believe
Life And How To Live It
Feeling Gravity's Pull
Nightswimming
Pilgrimage
So. Central Rain
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Old 04-04-2008, 12:29 AM   #47
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1. Harborcoat
2-10 (In Alphabetical Order):

7 Chinese Bros.
Carnival Of Sorts (Boxcars)
Cuyahoga
I Believe
Life And How To Live It
Feeling Gravity's Pull
Nightswimming
Pilgrimage
So. Central Rain
Great list!

All of those are really good
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Old 04-04-2008, 02:07 PM   #48
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No particular order:

Perfect Circle
Harborcoat
Fall on me
Electron Blue
Nightswimming
Find the River
The Great Beyond
Strange Currencies
Leave
All the way to Reno

The new album has some that could possibly contenders, but I need to listen to it more.
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Old 04-05-2008, 11:57 AM   #49
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1. Be mine/E-bow the letter.

Strange Currencies.
She just wants to be.
It's the end of the word as we know it (And I feel fine).
The Great Beyond.
The sidewinder sleeps tonite.
Daysleeper.
Electron Blue.
At my most beautiful.
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Old 04-05-2008, 02:56 PM   #51
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Not a big fan but my fave songs of theirs are Orange Crush and Man on the Moon and the Editors cover of Munich
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Old 04-05-2008, 07:39 PM   #52
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Christ, what a question. This changes pretty frequently and is in no particular order...

So Fast So Numb
The Outsiders
How The West Was Won
Strange Currencies
Orange Crush
Let Me In
What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
Sweetness Follows
Bad Day
Imitation Of Life
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Not a big fan but my fave songs of theirs are Orange Crush and Man on the Moon and the Editors cover of Munich
REM doesn't have a song called Munich.
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The Editors do.

: duh :
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Oh, an REM cover of an Editors song. "the Editors cover of Munich" makes it sound like the Editors are covering an REM song.

Sentence structure, man. It makes all the difference.
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1. Feeling Gravity's Pull (Bono talks about lift off. This song achieves it)
2. Sitting Still (Stipe growls!)
3. Nightswimming (sounds like the moon)
4. Perfect Circle (played it at my wedding. No, really)
5. Letter Never Sent (can't make out a single word, but Mike Mills backing vocals are gorgeous)
6. So. Central Rain (Chorus is too repetitive, verse is irresistable)
7. Driver 8 ("all they hear is sky-blue bells ringing")
8. Flowers of Guatemala (never, ever get tired of this song. What is it? 25 years later?)
9. Camera (college: driving on a mountain road with a girl about 3 in the morning. This song takes me there every time).
10. Talk about the Passion (not everyone can carry the weight of the world)
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7. Driver 8 ("all they hear is sky-blue bells ringing")
I love that line
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Old 04-06-2008, 04:34 AM   #58
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Oh, an REM cover of an Editors song. "the Editors cover of Munich" makes it sound like the Editors are covering an REM song.

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Aye, but they did that too, Editors covered Orange Crush
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1. 'Country Feedback'
2. 'E-Bow The Letter'
3. 'Find The River'

4. 'The Great Beyond'
5. 'Don't Go Back To Rockville'
6. 'It's The End Of The World As We Know It'
7. 'Imitation of Life'
8. 'So. Central Rain'
9. 'Electrolite'
10. 'Man On The Moon'
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It took me some time but here's my new list of favorites in no particular order:

What's The Frequency, Kenneth
Man On The Moon
Finest Worksong
(Don't Go Back To) Rockville
At My Most Beautiful
The Great Beyond
Everybody Hurts
Electrolite
Bad Day
It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)


And here's a playlist of "Best Of R.E.M." that I made and have been listening to a whole lot:

01. What's The Frequency, Kenneth
02. The Wake-Up Bomb
03. Supernatural Superserious
04. Man On The Moon
05. Daysleeper
06. Finest Worksong
07. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
08. Begin The Begin
09. Losing My Religion
10. At My Most Beautiful
11. The Great Beyond
12. Imitation Of Life
13. Everybody Hurts
14. Electrolite
15. Bad Day
16. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
17. The One I Love
18. Nightswimming

There's more missing like The Ascent of Man, Fall On Me, Orange Crushg, Tongue and so on but I wanted it to be 80 minutes long. I'm clearly more into the 90's stuff but I'm slowly discovering their 80's music. Amazing, amazing band and I'm still listening to their new album a whole lot!!
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