Best of REM on DVD
Warner Music Vision have announced the UK Region 2 DVD release of In View: The Best of R.E.M 1988 - 2003 for 27th October 2003 with a retail price of £19.99. The simultaneously released DVD companion to the CD collection In Time: The Best of R.E.M 1988-2003, the band's first greatest hits album to catalogue their most successful years, In View: The Best Of R.E.M 1988-2003 will also be R.E.M's first 'best-of' video compilation from this period, containing singles from the albums: Reveal, Up, New Adventures in Hi Fi, Monster, Automatic For The People, Out Of Time and Green.
- Anamorphic Widescreen
- DD5.1 Surround
- Track Listing:
- Bad Day
- All The Way to Reno
- Imitation of Life
- The Great Beyond
- At My Most Beautiful
- E-Bow The Letter
- What's The
- Frequency Kenneth?
- The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
- Everybody Hurts
- Man On The Moon
- Losing My Religion
- Orange Crush
- DVD Bonus Videos:
- How The West Was Won And Where It Got Us
- New Test Leper
- Bittersweet Me
- I'll Take The Rain
- DVD Bonus Live Tracks (from Trafalgar Square, London)
- Imitation Of Life
- Losing My Religion
- Man On The Moon
- DVD Special Features:
- Two Documentaries - This Way Up & Rough Cut
From the PR:
Warner Music Vision celebrates one of the most influential groups of the past two decades with the 27th October 2003 DVD and VHS release of R.E.M, In View: The Best Of R.E.M 1988-2003.
The simultaneously released DVD companion to the CD collection In Time: The Best of R.E.M 1988-2003, the band's first greatest hits album to catalogue their most successful years, In View: The Best Of R.E.M 1988-2003 will also be R.E.M's first 'best-of' video compilation from this period, containing singles from the albums: Reveal, Up, New Adventures in Hi Fi, Monster, Automatic For The People, Out Of Time and Green.
Pioneers of the American 'alternative' rock band scene, R.E.M inspired a generation with their distinctive guitar driven sound, strong artistic direction and enigmatic lyrics. Since forming in the early 80's in Athens, Georgia, the down-to-earth quartet has sold tens of millions of albums worldwide: evolving from small clubs and college radio to play packed concert arenas and sell-out tours.In View: The Best Of R.E.M 1988-2003 features 16 video clips, including the acclaimed classics Losing My Religion and Everybody Hurts.
This DVD-Video also brings together several compelling performances from 2001's South Africa Freedom Day concert in London's Trafalgar Square.
This 'Best-Of' DVD captures R.E.M in all their glory, including the upbeat Stand from the album Green, released in 1988, the intensely soulful Nightswimming and calypso-like Man On The Moon, taken from 1992's hugely successful Automatic For The People, plus the charming What's The Frequency Kenneth?, from R.E.M's edgy, rock-orientated Monster album released in 1994.
R.E.M are currently on a world tour that has attracted rave reviews and placed them firmly back in the public eye. A two-night spell at the Brixton Academy earlier this year was a fitting warm up to headlining the Glastonbury Festival. It also provided a fantastic opportunity to showcase fantastic new material, including the new track Bad Day, which will be the first single to be taken from the album In Time: Best of R.E.M 1988-2003.
Presented on DVD in stunning crystal clear picture and a choice of audio settings including Dolby Digital 5.1, the disc offers further insights into the world of R.E.M with two exclusive documentaries, 'This Way Up' and 'Rough Cut'.
The new 2-disc best-of R.E.M CD collection In Time: The Best OF R.E.M 1988-2003 will feature 16 classic tracks, two new songs Bad Day and Animal (especially recorded for the best-of package), plus special edition highlights and B-sides. The 27th October 2003 will be a red letter day for all fans of R.E.M as the band plan to release the DVD/VHS best-of In View, the 2-disc CD In Time and the 5.1 Advanced Resolution Surround Sound DVD-Audio album version of In Time.
Last updated: 19/04/2018 15:30:59