Murmur by R.E.M.

Murmur by R.E.M.

This album reminds me of where I am from and where I am going. In 1989 the rem boys played a benefit concert (as they are want to do) in Georgia: They came out played Green, every single track in order, took a break, came back and played Murmur. They rocked, I rocked, we all rolled.

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  • This song moves me. It makes my heart swell with joy and collapse with sadness all in three minutes. And that's what I consider brilliance.

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  • For a long time I really loathed the mere mention of R.E.M. Then I realized when this album came out in '92 I was 14 and too young to appreciate it. As I got older, the R.E.M. that was blaring in my ears were songs like Losing My ... For a long time I really loathed the mere mention of R.E.M. Then I realized when this album came out in '92 I was 14 and too young to appreciate it. As I got older, the R.E.M. that was blaring in my ears were songs like Losing My Religion (which I still don't like). Now that I'm older I can revisit this album and truly appreciate it for songs like: Sweetness Follows Star Me Kitten Try Not to Breathe I do like Everybody Hurts but unfortunately its beaten over our heads, ears, and eyes. Thank MTV. Great album all around.

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  • Good music for a good cause. The roster of artists who contributed to this album reads like a who's-who of rock. Yes, there are some disposable tracks on here as well, but there's something for just about everyone's taste. If y... Good music for a good cause. The roster of artists who contributed to this album reads like a who's-who of rock. Yes, there are some disposable tracks on here as well, but there's something for just about everyone's taste. If you like John Lennon (or even if you aren't that familiar with his work) it's a good album to get.

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