Ragin Records - Fresno

Released in 1998, Up is the eleventh studio album from R.E.M. The album, featuring the singles "Daysleeper,” “Lotus,” “Suspicion” and “At My Most Beautiful,” draws inspiration from electronic music, using a wide range of tools to create a dreamy pop landscape that is reflective and moody. This expanded deluxe 25th anniversary edition also offers a complete previously unreleased live set from the band’s appearance in ’90s hit TV series Party of Five.
Released in 1998, Up is the eleventh studio album from R.E.M. The album, featuring the singles "Daysleeper,” “Lotus,” “Suspicion” and “At My Most Beautiful,” draws inspiration from electronic music, using a wide range of tools to create a dreamy pop landscape that is reflective and moody. This expanded deluxe 25th anniversary edition also offers a complete previously unreleased live set from the band’s appearance in ’90s hit TV series Party of Five.
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Up: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition [2CD]
Artist: R.E.M.
Format: CD
New: Available $24.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Airportman
2. Lotus
3. Suspicion
4. Hope
5. At My Most Beautiful
6. The Apologist
7. Sad Professor
8. You're In The Air
9. Walk Unafraid
10. Why Not Smile
11. Daysleeper
12. Diminished
13. Parakeet
14. Falls To Climb

DISC: 2

1. Introduction [Party of Five Recording]
2. What's The Frequency, Kenneth? [Party of Five Recording]
3. Lotus [Party of Five Recording]
4. Daysleeper [Party of Five Recording]
5. Country Feedback [Party of Five Recording]
6. Walk Unafraid [Party of Five Recording]
7. Losing My Religion [Party of Five Recording]
8. Parakeet [Party of Five Recording]
9. The Apologist [Party of Five Recording]
10. It's The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine) [Party of Five Recording]
11. I'm Not Over You [Party of Five Recording]
12. Man On The Moon [Party of Five Recording]

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Released in 1998, Up is the eleventh studio album from R.E.M. The album, featuring the singles "Daysleeper,” “Lotus,” “Suspicion” and “At My Most Beautiful,” draws inspiration from electronic music, using a wide range of tools to create a dreamy pop landscape that is reflective and moody. This expanded deluxe 25th anniversary edition also offers a complete previously unreleased live set from the band’s appearance in ’90s hit TV series Party of Five.

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