Automatic for the People is the eighth studio album by American alternative rock band . released on October 5, 1992 by Warner Bros. Upon release, it reached number two on the US albums chart and yielded six singles. The album has sold 18 million copies worldwide, and has received widespread acclaim by critics. began production on the album while their previous album, Out of Time (1991), was still ascending top albums charts and achieving global success.
Band Name REM. Album Name Automatic for the People. Erscheinungsdatum 12 Oktober 1992. Labels Warner Music Group. Musik GenreAlternativ Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen37. 2. Try Not to Breathe.
The eighth studio album from . Automatic for the People went on to sell 18 million copies globally after its release in October 1992. Peter Buck, the band’s guitarist, said the album dealt with themes of loss and mourning inspired by ‘that sense of turning 3. Automatic for the People is the motto of Weaver D’s Delicious Fine Foods in Athens, Georgia, where the band formed. The album was the third of six the band would create with hotshot producer Scott Litt. Kurt Cobain was allegedly listening to this album when he killed himself. Automatic for the People Q&A.
Incomplete version of the album.
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Automatic for the People is the eighth studio album by American alternative rock band REM, released on October 5, 1992 by Warner Bros Records Upon release . "REM – Automatic for the People Album Archived August 25, 2011, at the Wayback Machine" Retrieved on March 12, 2009. a b "REM – Automatic for the People Album Archived September 21, 2011, at the Wayback Machine" Austrianchartsat in German Retrieved on March 12, 2009. "RPM100 Albums" RPM 5619 Toronto: RPM Music Publications November 7, 1992 Library and Archives Canada Retrieved on March 12, 2009
|2||Monty Got A Raw Deal||4:13|
|4||Man On The Moon||6:28|
|5||Losing My Religion||5:23|
|7||Begin The Begin||4:01|
|8||Fall On Me||4:33|
|9||Me In Honey||4:16|
|12||Love Is All Around||4:29|
|13||Fun Time / Radio Free Europe||6:54|
|14||Losing My Religion||4:39|
- Recorded At – 40 Watt Club
NotesLive In Georgia Nov. 1992
1. "Drive" (From 1992's Automatic for the People ("AFTP"))
2. "Monty Got A Raw Deal" (AFTP)
3. "Everybody Hurts" (AFTP)
4. "Man On The Moon" (AFTP)
5. "Losing My Religion" (From 1991's Out Of Time)
6. "Country Feedback" (Out Of Time)
7. "Begin The Begin" (From 1986's Life's Rich Pageant ("LRP")
8. "Fall On Me" (LRP)
9. "Me In Honey" (Out Of Time)
10. "Finest Worksong" (From 1987's Document)
11. "Drive" (AFTP)
12. "Love Is All Around" (Written by Reg Presley, originally performed by The Troggs)
13. "Fun Time/Radio Free Europe" ("Fun Time" originally recorded by Iggy Pop; "Radio Free Europe" originally appeared on R.E.M.'s debut album, Murmur)
14. "Losing My Religion" (Bonus Track from MTV performance)
|RPCD1117||R.E.M.||This Is It! (CD, Unofficial)||Red Phantom||RPCD1117||Italy||1993|
|No Catalog Number||R.E.M.||This Is It! (Cass, Unofficial)||Not On Label (R.E.M.)||No Catalog Number||Italy||Unknown|
|122.019||R.E.M.||Live Georgia 1992, Volume One (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||LSD Records||122.019||Germany||Unknown|
|HL 2913||R.E.M.||Man On The Moon (CD, Unofficial)||High Live||HL 2913||Germany||1993|
|1234||R.E.M.||Athens, Cold Winter At Home (CD, Unofficial)||Not On Label (R.E.M.)||1234||Unknown|