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How the West Was Won & Where It Got Us


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R.E.M. hit back with a stomping track list. June 15 2000
By Kevin McFadzean - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Although mabye not the best song on New Adventures in Hi-Fi, How the West was Won (and Where it Got Us) is thumping with heavy guitar by Peter Buck and (not common for an R.E.M. album) piano by Mike Mills. It is however R.E.M.s first single since the Monster album in 1994 and may shock some fans as it isn't "typical R.E.M." although it is a breathe of fresh air and along with Michael Stipes droaning voice makes a wonderful original track.
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R.E.M. hit back with a stomping track list. June 15 2000
By Kevin McFadzean - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Although mabye not the best song on New Adventures in Hi-Fi, How the West was Won (and Where it Got Us) is thumping with heavy guitar by Peter Buck and (not common for an R.E.M. album) piano by Mike Mills. It is however R.E.M.s first single since the Monster album in 1994 and may shock some fans as it isn't "typical R.E.M." although it is a breathe of fresh air and along with Michael Stipes droaning voice makes a wonderful original track.


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