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Monday, 21 November 2011


As we say goodbye to the worlds nicest band, this weeks 'Tape Deck Shuffle' celebrates R.E.M.'s career by selecting tracks off their new greatest hits compilation 'Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage 1982–2011'. Side A is the first disc, 'B' the second.


GARDENING AT NIGHT: First track from their debut EP 'Chronic Town', what an introduction.

FALL ON ME: You really fall in love with this one, as catchy as it is full of heart.

FINEST WORKSONG: Big, bold and full of hard bravado. This really is the finest worksong.

ORANGE CRUSH: Get the megaphones out for this one.

LOSING MY RELIGION: One of their most famous, spiritual releases.


EVERYBODY HURTS: No more need be said.

WHAT'S THE FREQUENCY KENNETH: Their livest, most energetic and contagious hit.

THE GREAT BEYOND: The 'Man On The Moon' stars take us to their world once again for the 'Man On The Moon' soundtrack.

OH MY HEART: Love for the last album...

HALLELUJAH:..and the last track. What a record. TIM DAVID HARVEY.

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