Voice Of Harold - R.E.M. - Dead Letter Office (CD)

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  1. Watch the video for Voice of Harold from R.E.M.'s Dead Letter Office for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  2. Filename Z:\OdW\R.E.M. - - Dead Letter Office (CD )\ R.E.M. – Voice Of wighvolknamidisttipikerapemasu.coinfo Pre-gap length Peak level % Extraction speed X Track quality % Test CRC B3A Copy CRC B3A Accurately ripped (confidence 16) [96AF] (AR v2) Copy OK Track 5 Filename Z:\OdW\R.E.M. - - Dead Letter Office (CD.
  3. This edition doesn't feature mould SID codes. A repress with SID codes exists: Dead Letter Office; a reissue made by Takt instead of EMI Uden is available as well: Dead Letter Office Tracks 2, 10, 13 to 15, 21 to 22 "not produced" Track 4 "produced by other worldly sources" Tracks 16 to 20 originally from the Chronic Town EP ()4/5(80).
  4. This item: Dead Letter Office by R.E.M. Audio CD £ Only 8 left in stock (more on the way). Sent from and sold by Amazon. MURMUR by R.E.M. Audio CD £ Voice Of Harold 5. Burning Hell 6. White Tornado 7. Toys In The Attic 8. Wind Out 9. Ages Of You Pale Blue Eyes Rotary Ten Bandwagon Femme Fatale/5(38).
  5. Jul 30,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Voice Of Harold · R.E.M. Dead Letter Office ℗ A&M Records Released on: .
  6. Voice Of Harold This song is by R.E.M. and appears on the compilation album Dead Letter Office ().
  7. R.E.M. - Dead Letter Office () Quality: Hi-Fi, lossless audio Sample Rate: kHz / 16 Bit Source: CD Album Artist: REM Album Name: Dead Letter Office Genre: Indie, Alternative Release Date: REM - There She Goes Again [] REM - Burning Down [] REM - Voice Of Harold [] REM - Burning.
  8. CD.) Dead Letter Office sets its sights far lower than any of the band's previous four LPs, but the first R.E.M. record wholly without pretension is something of an event. The self-deprecating, generous inner-sleeve notes, written by guitarist Peter Buck, prevent any stuffiness. For example, on his band's deconstruction of Roger Miller's fabled "King of the Road," Buck muses that .
  9. General CommentAh, the glory days of R.E.M., when Bill Berry was still in the band, Michael still had hair and didn't put paint on his face, and between making enigmatic, instant-classic albums, they still had a goofy sense of humor. Gotta love this one. Michael's improvised diction on this is too funny. For one thing, I love how he manages to get in the word "applied" and make it fit.

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