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Posted on Dec 31 at 1:22 AM by Anonymous

Although I'd argue that "We All Go Back..." is the most well-written of the 3 new songs, "Saturdays" makes me smile the most. Even after three decades, this band was still making goofy, fun, quick songs. After all the super-serious and brooding records, all the fame and hits and acclaim and influence, one of the last songs would've fit right in on Dead Letter Office. They never lost that side of them, and that's the greatest thing.

Posted on Nov 16 at 3:24 PM by Anonymous

I love how fun this song is. R.E.M. breaking up was a very sad day for me, probably the strongest emotional reaction I have ever had to the actions of band. This song lightens the mood nicely!

I will miss getting new R.E.M. albums, but will treasure every one that I have. Especially Lifes Rich Pageant.

1. Carnival of Sorts (Box Cars)
2. Pilgrimage
3. Perfect Circle
4. Pretty Persuasion
5. Time After Time (AnnElise)
6. Can’t Get There from Here
7. Feeling Gravitys Pull
8. These Days
9. Superman
10. King of Birds
11. You Are the Everything
12. World Leader Pretend
13. Hairshirt
14. Radio Song
15. Near Wild Heaven
16. Half a World Away
17. Drive
18. Ignoreland
19. Find the River
20. Crush With Eyliner
21. Strange Currencies
22. Tongue
23. E-Bow the Letter
24. Leave
25. Be Mine
26. Walk Unafraid
27. DaySleeper
28. Suspicion
29. All the Way to Reno
30. I’ve Been High
31. I’ll Take the Rain