The release of Green: 25th Anniversary Deluxe Edition recognizes and celebrates the achievements of the band’s critically acclaimed sixth full studio album. Available in either a 180g vinyl re-mastered LP, or a re-mastered deluxe edition 2CD including poster and postcards, this release is simply a must have for all R.E.M fans.
CD £16.49 8122796570
Remastered deluxe edition 2CD inc. poster + postcards on Rhino.
Vinyl LP £15.49 7200414
180g vinyl reissue LP on Universal - remastered from analogue tapes for the 25th Anniversary.
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Although "Green" was REM's 6th album, it was their first for a major label. It seems strange that the band that once ruled the world were ever not on a major label. Although REM had proven over five albums how they could write a catchy tune or two, "Green" seemed to be the album that had their first massive pop hits on. "Orange Crush", "Stand" and "Pop Song '89" are all memorable, catchy and radio friendly. "World Leader Pretend" sounds more like a new REM, the band that went on to rule the world, rather than the earlier college rock stuff. It's a consistent album like the ones they did before and a few they did afterwards.
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