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Not as good as "Murmur," but still great. If you are not familiar with REM, their music is somewhat of an acquired taste. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Adipocere
AFTER THE SHOCKING DEBUT ALBUM-
THEY GOT EVEN WORSE.
THE SINGER CAN'T SING AND THE MUSICIANS CAN'T PLAY. Read more
Quite honestly, it's hard for me to pick a favorite record among the I.R.S. years of R.E.M. but their 2nd LP certainly is brilliant. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Michael
REM at their finest. A unique band at a unique point in their career. Great album, great remaster. A must buy for any real R.E.M. fan!!!Published 17 months ago by Dizzel
R.E.M. 's Reckoning album is amoung there best. catchy hooks with michael stipe's dreamy voice. It's a 80's College rock classic.Published 18 months ago by Ciao Carlos
Apparently this is the way the band had wanted the mix: bass-y. Even though I knew this, I was still a little struck by its intensity. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Geee!
Few bands say college in the '80s like R.E.M. I had "And I Feel Fine...", one of the greatest hits albums, but there were too many classic songs from "Reckoning" left off of that... Read morePublished on August 16, 2012 by Jose O. Calderon
Sounding an almost universally wistful note, the plaintive warbling of a lead vocalist who resembled a young, long and curly-haired version of oddball actor Michael Pollard was... Read morePublished on January 7, 2012 by kabalabonga
One of the best of the IRS releases. And if you know about there IRS years you will know this must be good!Published on August 8, 2011 by jonathan brailsford