R.E.M.

ABOUT

R.E.M. was an alternative rock band from Athens, Georgia, formed in 1980 by Bill Berry, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and lead vocalist Michael Stipe.


Best known songs (with years) include:

  • The One I Love (1987)
  • Stand (1989)
  • Losing My Religion (1991)
  • Shiny Happy People (1991)
  • Drive (1992)
  • Everybody Hurts (1993)
  • Man On The Moon (1993)
  • What's The Frequency, Kenneth? (1994)
  • Bang And Blame (1995)
  • Bittersweet Me (1996)

Pop charts debut year: 1983

Years active: 1980-2011

Genres: Alternative rock, folk rock, college rock, jangle pop

Labels: Hib-Tone, I.R.S., Warner Bros., Capitol, New West, Rhino, Concord Bicycle Music

Website: remhq.com

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