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All the Way to Reno Import, Single, Maxi

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REM All The Way To Reno (Deleted 2001 UK 4-track enhanced CD single also including Imitation Of Life - CD-Rom video [Live Version] complete with picture sleeve)

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Carson City is Closer! July 24 2014
By Philip S. Wolf - Published on
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R.E.M. likes the idea of taking the different path when it comes to releasing singles. "All The Way To Reno" is catchy pop music that is a bit more pretty than that dusty desert town in Nevada will ever be. But, this music is like a sagebrush salad as there is no way you want a steady diet of this sorta thing and at 4:45 minutes in length it goes on longer than you may want it to.

"Yellow River" sounds like an outtake from The Cowsills and Mike Mills sings this throwaway track with less than life and it proves that R.E.M. will still release ANY track worked up in the studio. I don't care for this one (as you may have guessed!)

"165 Hillcrest" is a 1960's surf instrumental that could have been featured in the movie "Endless Summer" back in 1965. This is basic: Buck/Mills unwinding in a studio setting after many long hours of being a lot more serious than this.

"Imitation Of Life" gets a live workout that is less-polished than the studio release but it's the best song found here and it shows R.E.M. was always more alive on any stage than making records in the recording dungeons. There is also a live video of this cut you can watch on your computer so this is indeed a bonus.

This short CD is for R.E.M. collectors and the fans of the "Reveal" period of the band are not gonna find any hidden treasures on this disc. Unless you have to own everything by the band it's not essential to seek this one out and if you wait a bit you will be rewarded as this will be part of a future collection of R.E.M. music due to be put forth in the year 2024 anyway. There is still lots of stuff up there in the attic.
Three Stars.