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Monster is the ninth studio album by American rock band . and was released on September 27, 1994 by Warner Bros. Produced by the band and Scott Litt and recorded at four studios, the album was an intentional stylistic shift from . s previous two albums-Out of Time (1991) and Automatic for the People (1992)-with loud, distorted guitar tones and simple arrangements. Michael Stipe's lyrics, dealing with the nature of celebrity, are sung by him in several characters.
For their ninth album, Monster, . got back to making what guitarist Peter Buck had previously described to the NME as a "real noisy rock’n’roll record". Published on. November 12, 2017. Lesser bands could well have crumbled and given into excess-fuelled madness at this juncture, yet . s well-established work ethic instead kicked in and ensured they remained focused. With their post-Automatic For The People promotional duties completed, the four band members hunkered down for a four-day meeting in the Mexican resort town of Acapulco, discussing where they would go next. Wonderful records though they were, Out Of Time and Automati. ad both consisted primarily of introspective, acoustic-based numbers; during their Mexican sojourn, the four bandmates reached a consensus
Monster is probably the ultimate underrated album by the band, but if you listen to it closely, you will find a very propositive album with some of the finests . Strange Currencies, Bang and Blame, Let me in, I don' sleep I dream). Great guitar work from Peter Buck. Worth the extra cash, really enhances the experience of the album as a whole, even more if you listen to it very very loud. One person found this helpful. REM pretty much put aside their folk influences on "Monster". Instead they used as their launching pad classic rock from the 60's and 70's - Velvet Underground, Lou Reed, David Bowie, Stones, and a little early punk - to make a loud rock album, with a twist to the left. This is announced by the opening electric guitar chords of the first track, "What's The Frequency, Kenneth?"
Monster" album by REM -. "What's the frequency, kenneth?" (Solo taken from Guitar World January 1995). Intro: D. D. EADGHe xx . Here comes that awful feeling again Make way for monster jealousy The strong man kicked sand into my breakfast cereal bowl I'd spelled your name with Oatios, he messed it, messed it, messed it, messed it up. A. EADGHe +. Ooo + +. G.
Released September 27, 1994. 1. What's The Frequency, Kenneth? Lyrics. 2. Crush With Eyeliner Lyrics.
The album had to be finished, but rarely were the four members of the band present in the studio at the same time. They were all staying in different places around town and seemed to be trying to juggle finishing the album with the demands of their individual friends, families and lovers. The last day I stopped by the studio, to say goodbye, all four members of the band were on hand, and the mood was focused, if decidedly grim. Well, the Green world tour ended in November ’89. . s proposed world tour in support of Monster isn’t slated to start until January ’95 in Australia, so it’s really a bit more than five years. Wait a minute, Buck says, hesitating. The end of ’89 until Jan.
Monster as REM’s rock album was the party line in pre-release marketing and hype; though, Peter Buck referred to it as the band’s rock in quotations album, implying a not entirely straightforward approach to rock, and perhaps, even, a certain s. This subtle implication escaped many fans – no doubt expecting a muscle-bound version of their earlier work – setting the stage for a big whiff of expectation vs. reality.
Monster is indeed . s long-promised "rock" album; it just doesn't rock in the way one might expect. s trademark anthemic bashers, Monster offers a set of murky sludge, powered by the heavily distorted and delayed guitar of Peter Buck. Michael Stipe's vocals have been pushed to the back of the mix, along with Bill Berry's drums, which accentuates the muscular pulse of Buck's chords. From the androgynous sleaze of "Crush With Eyeliner" to the subtle, Eastern-tinged menace of "You," most of the album sounds dense,.
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Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||What's The Frequency, Kenneth?||3:59|
|2||Crush With Eyeliner
Performer [Additional Players] – Thurston Moore
|3||King Of Comedy
Performer [Additional Players] – Sally Dworski*
|4||I Don't Sleep, I Dream||3:25|
|8||Bang And Blame
Performer [Additional Players] – Ané*, Lou*, Lynda*, Rain*, Sally Dworski*
|9||I Took Your Name||4:07|
|10||Let Me In||3:27|
- Distributed By – Columbia House
- Manufactured By – Cinram
- Art Direction, Design – Chris Bilheimer, Michael Stipe, Tom Recchion
- Engineer – Pat McCarthy
- Engineer [Criteria Second] – Mark Gruber
- Engineer [Crossover Second] – David Colvin
- Engineer [Kingsway Second] – Mark Howard
- Engineer [Ocean Way Second] – Jeff DeMorris
- Management [R.E.M. Home Office] – Brooke Johnson , Chris Bilheimer, Kevin O'Neil , Mark Mytrowitz, Meredith Williams, Michele Rawson, Sarah Petit
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
- Mixed By [Second Engineer] – Victor Janacua
- Performer [R.E.M.] – Bertis Downs*, Bill Berry , Jefferson Holt, Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck
- Photography By [Photographs] – Brook Dillon, Chris Bilheimer, Jem Cohen, Keith Carter , Michael Stipe
- Producer – R.E.M., Scott Litt
- Technician [Drum Tech] – Jeffery Rivers
- Technician [Technical Assistance] – Mark Mytrowitz, Microwave
- Written-By [All Songs] – Berry*, Stipe*, Mills*, Buck*
Notes© ℗ 1994 R.E.M./Athens, Ltd. Distributed by Columbia House, under license. Made in Canada.
Warner Bros. Records Inc., a Time Warner Company.
Recorded at Ocean Way Recording, Los Angeles, California; Criteria Recording Studios, Miami, Florida; Crossover Soundstage, Atlanta, Georgia; Kinsway Studio, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Mixed at Louie's Clubhous and Ocean's Way Recording, Los Angeles, California.
Mastered at Precision Mastering.
Manufactured by Cinram.
The Bear image © TBC 1991, courtesy of the Tilly Balloon Company.
Migraine Boy courtesy of Greg Fiering.
Thurston Moore appears courtesy of Geffen Records.
All songs © 1994 Night Gsrden Music. Administered in all that is known as our world by Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp. BMI.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 7749-912162 1 02
- Matrix / Runout (Inner Ring): #940903BB CDW-45740 MFG BY CINRAM
- Mould SID Code: IFPI6000
- Other: CRC
|9 45740-2||R.E.M.||Monster (CD, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||9 45740-2||US||1994|
|9 45740-2||R.E.M.||Monster (CD, Album, RP, SRC)||Warner Bros. Records||9 45740-2||US||Unknown|
|4-45740, 9 45740-4||R.E.M.||Monster (Cass, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||4-45740, 9 45740-4||Indonesia||1994|
|WPCR-101||R.E.M.||Monster (CD, Album, Promo)||Warner Music Japan Inc.||WPCR-101||Japan||1994|
|9362-45763-2||R.E.M.||Monster (CD, Album, Ltd)||Warner Bros. Records||9362-45763-2||UK & Europe||1994|