REM announce 8xCD box set of BBC recordings

Listen to "Losing My Religion (Live From Into The Night on BBC Radio 1 / 1991)"

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On October 19, Craft Recordings will release REM At The BBC, a compendium of rare live and session recordings spanning 30 years.

Performances featured in the 8xCD/1xDVD box set include a John Peel Session (1998), Drivetime and Mark & Lard appearances (2003) and a Radio 1 Live Lounge performance (2008). Live broadcasts include a show from Nottingham’s Rock City (1984), a 1995 Milton Keynes gig on the Monster tour, their 1999 Glastonbury headline set and an invitation-only 2004 show at London’s St James’s Church.

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Listen to “Losing My Religion (Live From Into The Night on BBC Radio 1 / 1991)” below:

REM At The BBC is also available in truncated 2xCD and 2xLP formats. For the full tracklistings, and to pre-order the album, go here.

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