October 22, 2008 17:56

REM reissue debut album to mark its 25th anniversary

'Murmur' gets the deluxe treatment

REM reissue debut album to mark its 25th anniversary
R.E.M have announced that they will re-release their landmark debut album to mark its 25th anniversary.

'Murmur', which was originally released in 1983, will be reissued as a two-CD deluxe edition due out on November 25 in the US.

The package will include a newly remastered version of the original album, as well as a previously unreleased concert recorded at Larry’s Hideaway in Toronto three months after 'Murmur's original release.

It also includes essays written by the album's producers and record label executives.

The 'Murmur' deluxe edition tracklisting is:

Disc One

'Radio Free Europe'
'Pilgrimage'
'Laughing'
'Talk About The Passion'
'Moral Kiosk'
'Perfect Circle'
'Catapult'
'Sitting Still'
'9-9'
'Shaking Through'
'We Walk'
'West Of The Fields'


Disc Two - Live at Larry’s Hideaway

'Laughing'
'Pilgrimage'
'There She Goes Again'
'7 Chinese Brothers'
'Talk About The Passion'
'Sitting Still'
'Harborcoat'
'Catapult'
'Gardening At Night'
'9-9'
'Just A Touch'
'West Of The Fields'
'Radio Free Europe'
'We Walk'
'1,000,000'
'Carnival Of Sorts (Box Cars)'


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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