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Posted on Nov 12 at 12:02 AM by Anonymous

"Nightswimming" was the first song to ever really affect me emotionally. Until then, plenty of songs struck me as fun or catchy or interesting, but that one really hit me. I was 12 and it somehow made me nostalgic for all sorts of things that had never even happened to me yet. But I couldn't wait for them to come, and the song made me so excited to experience those things.

Posted on Nov 07 at 9:36 PM by Anonymous

Back in the mid-to-late 90's when I was a kid, I believe Automatic for the People was the first album I ever owned. I think my dad gave me this for my birthday, or for a "just because" present. Either way, it was a gift I will never forget. I was never a big fan of music before then. Sure I liked it, but the first time I played Automatic for the People from start to finish (remember when people still did this?) was the first time I truly loved music. R.E.M. is a band I will always love and it's because of this album.

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