Remember REM on stage and ruling it..

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    Check out later in the video Roger McGuinn doing So you wanna be a rock n roll star and John Sebastion doing Do you believe in magic....then REM doing G-L-O-R-I-A to finish it out. Simply the best band in the world at the time at their peak....I can hear you I can hear you I can hear you can you hear me?????
     
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    man, I loved early REM
     
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    Yep, the first 2 albums are great.
     
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    I was good up through Document, but I trailed off after that.
     
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    Ever since Bill Berry (drummer) quit they lost it. Too bad they couldn't return to that early sound they had. I remember the first song I heard from them Wolves/Lower. I never heard anything like that before.
     
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    Saw them on the Monster tour, which was also the first concert at the new TG Garden ( Boston Arena).
     
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    I liked their stuff through "Automatic for the People", but their mid 80s releases were always my favorite. Some great jangly guitar on those albums, "Cuyuhoga" is a terrific cut. After that, they became an arena band who made their livelihood through touring Europe for 20 years, released a decent final album and went their separate ways.
     

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