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Posted on Nov 10 at 8:51 PM by Anonymous

This is my fave song ever till the end of the world. This will always be Peter's finest hour. My fave album also. No other REM album comes close to this one.

Posted on Nov 10 at 10:06 AM by Anonymous

I, like many, am a huge fan of the band. I enjoy all their work, love that they make albums, not just singles. I have always had a special love for Fables and two tracks that always stand out of me are Life and How to Live it and Kohoutek. Amazing songs and a great album. Was so happy to hear them perform Kohoutek at the Olympia.

Posted on Nov 09 at 11:51 PM by Anonymous

So. Central Rain began the journey for me in 1984. Murmur and Radio Free Europe kept me interested but nothing has ever come close to moving me like Fables did and still does. I love this band's entire music catalog, with very few exceptions as my friends and family know only too well. They have put up with my devotion pushing 30 years now including weekends spent driving hours to record shows for the chance at an REM bootleg album or rare 7", hours deciphering early lyrics by wearing out cassette tapes, and in later years downloading and sharing torrents through all hours of the night.
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