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Whats The Frequency, Kenneth? - R.E.M. - Monster (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. The first one that I chanced upon in a record store was for "Green" in the late eighties and from then onwards R.E.M. started releasing deluxe versions of their albums in strange but cool formats. "Monster" came forth in September as a rock album of songs that could be performed live/5().
  2. Monster, an Album by R.E.M.. Released 27 September on Warner Bros. (catalog no. 9 ; CD). Genres: Alternative Rock. Featured peformers: Michael Stipe (vocals, songwriter, photography, art direction, design), Peter Buck (electric guitar, songwriter), Mike Mills (bass, piano, organ, backing vocals, songwriter), Bill Berry (drums, percussion, bass, backing vocals, songwriter), Scott.
  3. After this song came out, "What's the frequency, Kenneth" became a catchphrase and was a running joke on The David Letterman Show (for a short time, "Kenneth" also became a term used for a clueless person). Rather had a good sense of humor about it and later appeared on the show, singing this with R.E.M. backing him.
  4. A1 From the Warner Bros. album Monster (1/4/ and ) A2, B1, B2 Recorded live November 19, in Athens, Georgia for Greenpeace. Original versions available on the Warner Bros. album Automatic For The People (1/4/ and )/5(11).
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the g, 25th Anniversary Expanded Edition Vinyl release of Monster on Discogs. Label: Craft Recordings - CR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered g, 25th Anniversary Expanded Edition • .
  6. Sep 04,  · The remastered album will also be available as a standalone gram vinyl LP, with the original Monster artwork. R.E.M. - What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Monster on Discogs. Label: Warner Bros. Records - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • .
  8. “What’s the Frequency Kenneth?” is an alternative rock hit by R.E.M. Released on September 5, , it was the first single from the band’s ninth album Monsterand signaled a change in the band’s.
  9. R.E.M. pushed the jangle out of the picture with Monster, replacing it with reverberating snaps, crackles, and pops. An album that wraps itself to '70s glam finery while reaching out to the flannel-clad post- Nirvana throngs, it largely succeeds at demonstrating that these Georgians still know how to rock/5().

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