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R.E.M. - Monster FLAC album

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Monster is the ninth studio album by American rock band . and was released on September 27, 1994 by Warner Bros. Produced by the band and Scott Litt and recorded at four studios, the album was an intentional stylistic shift from . s previous two albums-Out of Time (1991) and Automatic for the People (1992)-with loud, distorted guitar tones and simple arrangements. Michael Stipe's lyrics, dealing with the nature of celebrity, are sung by him in several characters.

For their ninth album, Monster, . got back to making what guitarist Peter Buck had previously described to the NME as a "real noisy rock’n’roll record". Published on. November 12, 2017. Lesser bands could well have crumbled and given into excess-fuelled madness at this juncture, yet . s well-established work ethic instead kicked in and ensured they remained focused. With their post-Automatic For The People promotional duties completed, the four band members hunkered down for a four-day meeting in the Mexican resort town of Acapulco, discussing where they would go next. Wonderful records though they were, Out Of Time and Automati. ad both consisted primarily of introspective, acoustic-based numbers; during their Mexican sojourn, the four bandmates reached a consensus.

Released September 27, 1994. 1. What's The Frequency, Kenneth? Lyrics. 2. Crush With Eyeliner Lyrics.

Monster (álbum de . 27 de Septiembre de 1994.

But Monster is late, and the band’s self-imposed strain is showing. In terms of the subdued urgency around here, it’s always like this toward the end of the process, says bassist Mike Mills. You always want to make sure that you have time to fine-tune everything as best you can, though we’re not going to do as much of that with this record as we have with some But it’s definitely getting toward crunch time. We’ve lost some time. Circumstances certainly played a large role in the band’s falling behind schedule. All this was coming to a head at Ocean Way as the band attempted to wrap up Monster. The album had to be finished, but rarely were the four members of the band present in the studio at the same time. They were all staying in different places around town and seemed to be trying to juggle finishing the album with the demands of their individual friends, families and lovers.

M's "hard rock" moment. After the dark and haunting Automatic For THe People, . M decided to return to being a rock band. Instead of another Green or Document, . M decided to take their jangle pop sound and crank up the volumes on the guitar. For most part, this is a pretty decent album with a few weak songs, and the tour that was launched was quite successful. The disortion on this album is quite heavy at times. Most of the lyrics are different too, on tracks such as Bang and Blame, Star 69, and Crush WIth Eyeliner. Michael Stipe's vocals are quite different too, and he croons a few times throughout the album, but his voice is a tiny bit weak at times on this album as well. What's The Frequency Kenneth After hearing the distorted guitar chords in this song, you can definitely tell that this album is going to be different than what you expected.

Monster is probably the ultimate underrated album by the band, but if you listen to it closely, you will find a very propositive album with some of the finests . Strange Currencies, Bang and Blame, Let me in, I don' sleep I dream). Great guitar work from Peter Buck. Worth the extra cash, really enhances the experience of the album as a whole, even more if you listen to it very very loud. One person found this helpful.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 3:59
2 Crush With Eyeliner
Featuring – Thurston Moore
4:39
3 King Of Comedy
Featuring – Sally Dworski*
3:39
4 I Don't Sleep, I Dream 3:25
5 Star 69 3:07
6 Strange Currencies 3:51
7 Tongue 4:08
8 Bang And Blame
Featuring – Sally Dworski*
4:48
9 I Took Your Name 4:07
10 Let Me In 3:27
11 Circus Envy 4:14
12 You 4:52

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – R.E.M./Athens L.L.C. – 9362-45740-2
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – R.E.M./Athens L.L.C. – 9362-45740-2
  • Manufactured By – Warner Music Manufacturing Europe
  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Criteria Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Crossover Soundstage
  • Recorded At – Kingsway Studios, New Orleans
  • Mixed At – Louie's Clubhouse
  • Mixed At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Mastered At – Precision Mastering

Credits

  • Artwork – Chris Bilheimer, Michael Stipe, Tom Recchion
  • Engineer – Pat McCarthy
  • Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
  • Mixed By [Second Engineer] – Victor Janacua
  • Photography By – Brook Dillon, Chris Bilheimer, Jem Cohen, Keith Carter , Michael Stipe
  • Producer – R.E.M., Scott Litt
  • Recorded By [Engineer] – Mark Howard
  • Recorded By [Second Engineer] – David Colvin, Jeff DeMorris, Mark Gruber
  • Technician – Mark Mytrowitz
  • Technician [Drum Tech] – Jeffery Rivers

Notes

Recorded at Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California. Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida. Crossover Soundstage, Atlanta, Georgia. Kingsway Studio, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mixed at Louie's Clubhouse. Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California.
Mastered at Precision Mastering.

© ℗ 1994 R.E.M. / Athens, Ltd.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 9362-45740-2 6

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 45740-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 45740-2 US 1994
9 45740-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, RP, SRC) Warner Bros. Records 9 45740-2 US Unknown
4-45740, 9 45740-4 R.E.M. Monster ‎(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 4-45740, 9 45740-4 Indonesia 1994
WPCR-101 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Warner Music Japan Inc. WPCR-101 Japan 1994
9362-45763-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Warner Bros. Records 9362-45763-2 UK & Europe 1994

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 What's The Frequency, Kenneth? 3:59
2 Crush With Eyeliner
Featuring – Thurston Moore
4:39
3 King Of Comedy
Featuring – Sally Dworski*
3:39
4 I Don't Sleep, I Dream 3:25
5 Star 69 3:07
6 Strange Currencies 3:51
7 Tongue 4:08
8 Bang And Blame
Featuring – Sally Dworski*
4:48
9 I Took Your Name 4:07
10 Let Me In 3:27
11 Circus Envy 4:14
12 You 4:52

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Recorded At – Criteria Recording Studios
  • Recorded At – Crossover Soundstage
  • Recorded At – Kingsway Studios, New Orleans
  • Mixed At – Louie's Clubhouse
  • Mixed At – Ocean Way Recording
  • Mastered At – Precision Mastering
  • Glass Mastered At – Digital Audio Technologies Australia

Credits

  • Artwork – Chris Bilheimer, Michael Stipe, Tom Recchion
  • Engineer – Pat McCarthy
  • Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
  • Mixed By [Second Engineer] – Victor Janacua
  • Photography By – Brook Dillon, Chris Bilheimer, Jem Cohen, Keith Carter , Michael Stipe
  • Producer – R.E.M., Scott Litt
  • Recorded By [Engineer] – Mark Howard
  • Recorded By [Second Engineer] – David Colvin, Jeff DeMorris, Mark Gruber
  • Technician – Mark Mytrowitz
  • Technician [Drum Tech] – Jeffery Rivers

Notes

Recorded at Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California. Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida. Crossover Soundstage, Atlanta, Georgia. Kingsway Studio, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mixed at Louie's Clubhouse. Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California.
Mastered at Precision Mastering.

Back cover claims 'Made in U.S.A.' but this is probably just a careless reproduction of the American artwork for the Australian release. CD label has the 'Digital Audio Technologies Australia' logo.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 093624574026
  • Barcode (Text): 0 9362-45740-2 6
  • Matrix / Runout: 1 45740-2 SRC##01

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
9 45740-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album) Warner Bros. Records 9 45740-2 US 1994
9 45740-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, RP, SRC) Warner Bros. Records 9 45740-2 US Unknown
4-45740, 9 45740-4 R.E.M. Monster ‎(Cass, Album) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 4-45740, 9 45740-4 Indonesia 1994
WPCR-101 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Warner Music Japan Inc. WPCR-101 Japan 1994
9362-45763-2 R.E.M. Monster ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Warner Bros. Records 9362-45763-2 UK & Europe 1994


R.E.M. - Monster FLAC album
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