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Accelerate - REM* - Accelerate (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Accelerate - REM* - Accelerate (CD, Album)

  1. Kajigul says:
    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().
  2. Gugul 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.
  3. Malazahn says:
    ‘Accelerate’ is a lean, streamlined rocker of a record, leaning into the band’s strengths instead of stubbornly rejecting them. ‘Living Well Is The Best Revenge’ has more spit and vinegar than the.
  4. Tagore 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/
  5. Voodoohn says:
    REM Accelerate Review. Album. Released In fact the only downside of Accelerate is the album's tendency to recall too many of the band's best earlier moments. CD. Catalogue #
  6. Arashilkree says:
    Oct 04,  · Released on Grams Double Vinyl. Every copy came with an promotional cd-copy in generic sleeve. ©℗ R.E.M./Athens, L.L.C. under exclusive license to Warner Bros. Records Inc. for the U.S. and WEA International Inc. for the world outside the /5().
  7. Ninris says:
    The albums became darker and more pretentious, employing arrangements that often obviated to the lack of inspiration. Monster () was the notable exception, a slab of hard-rock that yielded at least two of their masterpieces, What's The Frequency Kenneth and Crush With Eyeliner.
  8. Nigor 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 .

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