R.E.M. ‎– New Adventures In Hi-Fi (New Vinyl)

$40.95

NEW DOUBLE LP

New sealed copy. The long awaited double LP reissue of R.E.M.'s 1996 album, New Adventures in Hi-Fi. First vinyl reissue since the original was released 25 years ago. Laquer cut by legendary mastering engineer Kevin Gray. Pressed at Record Technology Inc. (RTI) in Camarillo, California. Gatefold cover.

New Adventures in Hi-Fi is the tenth studio album by the American alternative rock band R.E.M. It was their fifth major-label release for Warner Bros. Records, released on September 9, 1996, in Europe and Australia, and the following day in the United States. New Adventures in Hi-Fi was the last album recorded with founding member Bill Berry (who left the band amicably the following year), original manager Jefferson Holt, and long-time producer Scott Litt. It is also their longest studio album, with a total track time of 65 minutes. The members of R.E.M. consider the recorded album representative of the band at their peak, and fans generally regard it as the band's last great record before a perceived artistic decline during the late 1990s and early 2000s. It has sold around seven million units, growing in cult status years after its release, with several retrospectives ranking it among the top of the band's recorded catalogue.

TRACKLIST:

A1 How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us
A2 The Wake-Up Bomb
A3 New Test Leper
B1 Undertow
B2 E-Bow The Letter
B3 Leave
C1 Departure
C2 Bittersweet Me
C3 Be Mine
C4 Binky The Doormat
D1 Zither
D2 So Fast, So Numb
D3 Low Desert
D4 Electrolite