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R.E.M. - Monster (1994)

R.E.M. - Monster (1994)

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R.E.M. - Monster
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Side one – "C side"
"What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" – 4:00
"Crush with Eyeliner" – 4:39
"King of Comedy" – 3:40
"I Don't Sleep, I Dream" – 3:27
"Star 69" – 3:07
"Strange Currencies" – 3:52

Side two – "D side"
"Tongue" – 4:13
"Bang and Blame" – 5:30
"I Took Your Name" – 4:02
"Let Me In" – 3:28
"Circus Envy" – 4:15
"You" – 4:54

R.E.M. Band Members / Musicians

Bill Berry – drums, percussion, bass guitar, backing vocals, production

Peter Buck – guitar, Farfisa organ on "Let Me In", production

Mike Mills – bass guitar, piano, organ, backing vocals, guitar on "Let Me In", production

Michael Stipe – lead vocals, production

Ané Diaz – backing vocals on "Bang and Blame"

Sally Dworsky – backing vocals on "King of Comedy" and "Bang and Blame"

Lou Kregl - backing vocals on "Bang and Blame"

Thurston Moore – vocals and guitar on "Crush with Eyeliner"

Rain Phoenix – backing vocals on "Bang and Blame"

Lynda Stipe – backing vocals on "Bang and Blame"

David Colvin – second engineer (Crossover)
Jeff DeMorris – second engineer (Ocean Way)
Mark Gruber – second engineer (Criteria)
Mark Howard – engineering (Kingsway)
Victor Janacua – second engineer (Ocean Way)
Scott Litt – production

Stephen Marcussen – mastering engineer (Precision Mastering)

Pat McCarthy – engineering
Mark "Microwave" Mytrowitz – technical assistance

Monster is the 9th studio album by American rock band R.E.M., released on September 27, 1994 by Warner Bros. Records. Produced by the band and Scott Litt and recorded at four studios, the album was an intentional stylistic shift from R.E.M.'s previous two albums Out of Time (1991) and Automatic for the People (1992), with loud, distorted guitar tones and simple arrangements. Michael Stipe's lyrics at times deal with the nature of celebrity, and some are sung from the viewpoint of a character.

Led by the successful single "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?", Monster debuted at number one in the United States and at least seven other countries, and received generally positive reviews. Four more singles were released from the album, including the UK top-20 hits "Bang and Blame", "Strange Currencies", and "Tongue". That year, the band promoted the album with their first concert tour since 1989 although the tour was commercially successful, band members suffered several health problems. At the 37th Annual Grammy Awards, Monster was nominated for Best Rock Album, but lost to The Rolling Stones' Voodoo Lounge. The album's follow-up New Adventures in Hi-Fi (1996) was primarily recorded during the tour.

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