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REM* - Accelerate (CD, Album)

9 Reply to “ REM* - Accelerate (CD, Album) ”

  1. Tara says:
    This is a careful, studied album from a band that knew they were on the brink of losing their audience and, worse, their identity. Accelerate finds R.E.M. attempting to reconnect with their music, with what made them play rock & roll in the first place, instead of methodically resurrecting a faded myth.8/
  2. Meztijas says:
    The aptly titled Accelerate clocks at 34 and a half minutes, which is short for an R.E.M. album (take New Adventures in Hi Fi, which is minutes in comparison). Mike Mills has said that the band were trying "to make a point" with this album.4/5().
  3. Nemuro says:
    Product Description The fourteenth studio album by legendary alt-rockers R.E.M., Accelerate was released in to wide critical acclaim. Produced by Jacknife Lee (U2, Weezer, Silversun Pickups), the album is a rousing set of visceral songs, including single "Supernatural Superserious."/5().
  4. Tarisar says:
    Description. For years, R.E.M. promised that their next album would be a rocker, an oath to fans that perhaps made sense during the early '90s, when they were exploring the pastoral fields of Out of Time and the gloomy folk of Automatic for the People, but in the years after Bill Berry's departure, the desire of longtime fans for the group to rock again was merely a code word for the wish.
  5. Shakacage says:
    Accelerate is by some considerable distance REM’s best and most cohesive album since Berry left, and crucially echoes a time when they made their best music, if not necessarily their biggest-selling. All this publication's reviews.
  6. Mazugis says:
    Mar 31,  · Accelerate is the name of R.E.M.'s new album, the band's 14th, and it attempts to port that newfound vigor to the studio, not just by trading longtime producer Pat .
  7. Nagar says:
    In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Glastonbury Festival this weekend, the BBC has announced plans to showcase “some of the greatest Glastonbury performances since BBC broadcasts began in ”, including highlights from R.E.M.’s headline performances.
  8. Akikus says:
    In a lot of ways, the R.E.M. story ended with 's underrated New Adventures in Hi-Fi. That was the final R.E.M. disc to feature drummer Bill Berry, and in retrospect, Berry brought a lot more to the band than simply his drumming.
  9. Nikokazahn says:
    For years, R.E.M. promised that their next album would be a rocker, an oath to fans that perhaps made sense during the early '90s, when they were exploring the pastoral fields of Out of Time and the gloomy folk of Automatic for the People, but in the years after Bill Berry's departure, the desire of longtime fans for the group to rock again was merely a code word for the wish that R.E.M /5(6).

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