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Murmur is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band . released on April 12, 1983 by . Murmur drew critical acclaim upon its release for its unusual sound, defined by lead singer Michael Stipe's cryptic lyrics, guitarist Peter Buck's jangly guitar style, and bass guitarist Mike Mills' melodic basslines. started recording their debut album in December 1982.
Murmur is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band . Since its release, Murmur has featured heavily in various "must have" lists compiled by the music media. In 1989, it was rated number eight on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 100 greatest albums of the 1980s. In 2003, the TV network VH1 named Murmur the 92nd greatest album of all time. Some of the more prominent of these lists to feature Murmur are shown below; this information is adapted from acclaimedmusic.
s first album 'Murmur', released in 1983, remains one of the most compelling and otherworldly debut albums in rock history. In December 1987, North America’s most prestigious rock publication, Rolling Stone, granted . the front cover and proclaimed them to be America’s Best Rock & Roll Band. Just four and a half years after the release of their debut album, Murmur, the band’s dynamic fifth album, Document, had zoomed up to N. 0 on the Billboard 200. Within another five years, they would be one of the biggest bands on the planet.
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Murmur is the record on which they trade that potential for results: an intelligent, enigmatic, deeply involving album, it reveals a depth and cohesiveness to . Murmur is a darker record than Chronic Town, but this band’s darkness is shot through with flashes of bright light. Vocalist Michael Stipe’s nasal snarl, Mike Mills’ rumbling bass and Bill Berry’s often sharp, slashing drums cast a cloudy, postpunk aura that is lightened by Peter Buck’s folk-flavored guitar playing. Many of the songs have vague, ominous settings, a trait that’s becoming an .
Murmur is the debut album by the American alternative rock band . released in 1983 on . Murmur drew critical acclaim upon its release for its sound, defined by singer Michael Stipe's cryptic lyrics, guitarist Peter Buck's jangly guitar style, and bassist Mike Mills' melodi. iscover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. The debut album from Athens, Georgia band . Murmur was an immediate underground smash, with "Radio Free Europe" topping the college radio charts and "Catapult" following it into the top 10. The album is considered a key release in the revival of underground guitar rock and the transition from post-punk and new wave to alternative rock. Murmur is the debut album by the American alternative rock band .
Murmur is the debut LP by . recorded between January 6 and February 23, 1983 and released only weeks later on April 12, 1983, on the . started recording what would be their debut album in December 1982. with producer Stephen Hague, who had a higher industry profile than the band's previous producer Mitch Easter but Hague's emphasis on technical perfection did not suit the band.
Murmur was a work of studied ingenuousness, which is to say that . went to considerable pains to present themselves and their music as ineffable, ethereal, elemental. This was an album that appeared utterly unconcerned about whether you loved it or not. When Murmur first appeared in 1983, on Miles Copeland’s . label, there was already some vague awareness of . s existence – a debut single, Radio Free Europe, had appeared on a tiny independent label in 1981, and a five-track EP, Chronic Town, released the following year by .
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|1||Radio Free Europe||4:03|
|4||Talk About The Passion||3:22|
|12||West Of The Fields
Words By [Additional] – Neil Bogan
|13||Laughing (Live In Toronto)||3:52|
|14||Pilgrimage (Live In Toronto)||4:08|
|15||There She Goes Again (Live In Toronto)
Written-By – Lou Reed
|16||7 Chinese Bros. (Live In Toronto)||4:15|
|17||Talk About The Passion (Live In Toronto)||3:02|
|18||Sitting Still (Live In Toronto)||4:10|
|19||Harborcoat (Live In Toronto)||3:44|
|20||Catapult (Live In Toronto)||3:53|
|21||Gardening At Night (Live In Toronto)||3:33|
|22||9-9 (Live In Toronto)||3:16|
|23||Just A Touch (Live In Toronto)||2:27|
|24||West Of The Fields (Live In Toronto)||3:06|
|25||Radio Free Europe (Live In Toronto)||4:57|
|26||We Walk (Live In Toronto)||2:56|
|27||1,000,000 (Live In Toronto)||3:05|
|28||Carnival Of Sorts (Box Cars) (Live In Toronto)||3:58|
- Art Direction [Deluxe Edition Art Direction] – Vartan
- Compiled By [Deluxe Edition] – Sig Sigworth
- Cover [Cover Collaboration] – Ann Kinney, Carl Grasso, Sandra Lee Phipps
- Design [Deluxe Edition Design] – Jeremy DiPaolo, Todd Gallopo
- Executive-Producer [Deluxe Edition] – Pat Lawrence
- Mastered By – Greg Calbi
- Mastered By [Deluxe Edition] – Greg Calbi
- Producer, Engineer – Don Dixon, Mitch Easter
- Reissue Producer [Analog To Analog Transfers] – Pete Doell*
- Reissue Producer [Production Manager] – Monique McGuffin Newman*
- Reissue Producer [Project Assistance] – Bill Levenson, Kevin Flaherty, Mike Ragogna
- Written-By – Berry*, Stipe*, Mills*, Buck*
NotesRecorded January 1983 at Reflection in Charlotte, NC.
Mastered at Sterling Sound.
Originally released in 1983.
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|SP 70604||R.E.M.||Murmur (LP, Album, RCA)||I.R.S. Records||SP 70604||US||1983|
|VICP-5128||R.E.M.||Murmur (CD, Album, RE)||I.R.S. Records||VICP-5128||Japan||1992|
|SP 70604||R.E.M.||Murmur (LP, Album, Ele)||I.R.S. Records||SP 70604||US||1983|
|CD 70014, 4479700142||R.E.M.||Murmur (CD, Album, RE)||I.R.S. Records, A&M Records||CD 70014, 4479700142||US||Unknown|
|CD-70604||R.E.M.||Murmur (CD, Album, RE)||I.R.S. Records||CD-70604||US||1984|