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R.E.M. - Imitation Of Life: Greatest Hits mp3 album
  • Performer: R.E.M.
  • Title: Imitation Of Life: Greatest Hits
  • Genre: Rock
  • Date of release: 2002
  • Music style: Pop Rock
  • MP3 size: 1537 mb
  • FLAC size 1594 mb
  • Formats FLAC MIDI MOD DTS MPC AA WMA

Imitation Of Life" from . s 2001 album, "Reveal".

Lyrics to "Imitation Of Life" song by .

is a greatest hits album by . released in 1991, shortly after the success of the band's seventh studio album, Out of Time, released by Warner Bros. however, was released by the band's previous record label, . Records, and only includes tracks from their first five albums while the group was with that label. As such, it covers their output from 1982 to 1987.

Imitation of Life is the 8th song of . M’s album Reveal, and it’s the most popular song of the album. It hit the number 83 in the Billboard Hot 100 list. The song is inspired in the 1959 Douglas Sirk’s homonymous movie. The movie is about a girl who tries to get success as an actress. The song talks about how everybody wants the same in life, but everybody pretends they don’t just because they are afraid of what others think.

Imitation Of Life is found on the album Reveal. Found on more albums: In View: The Best of . 1988-2003 In Time: The Best of . Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011. You want the greatest thing The greatest thing since bread came sliced. M is that their songs can make no sence to some people and yet have a very deep meaning with other people.

They recorded the album in various locations where it rained a lot, and Michael Stipe feels this may have made them record a sunny sound to compensate for the weather. If this sounds like vintage . it's because the band really did imitate life when they accidentally took the verse chords from 1985's "Driver 8" and used them in this song. Imitation of life was . s first (and only) number 1 hit in Japan. Ian from Melbourne, AustraliaVery catching song off the "reveal" second only to automatic as a great record It sees rem experiment more succesfully with a dance music feel. All the weay to reno was a bad choice as second single it was one of the less appealing songs on the album. Mandy from Smalltown, NyI like the video. I think that a literal translation of "Imitation of Life" and ten seconds of a poolparty on repeat is actually pretty artistic.

was an American rock band from Athens, Georgia, that was formed in 1980 by drummer Bill Berry, guitarist Peter Buck, bassist/backing vocalist Mike Mills, and lead vocalist Michael Stipe. was pivotal in the creation and development of the alternative rock genre. In 2007, the band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

The best album list includes records from the 1950s through today and include the best in rock, rap, jazz, r&b and more. In all 236 different albums were eligible for the list of greatest albums ( was Different Class by Pulp), and they span from the earliest days of rock in the 1950s through today, covering many different genres and styles of music. In the end these are the must have albums that every serious music fan should have in their vinyl, CD or mp3 collection.

Loretta Lynn, ‘All Time Greatest Hits’. Released less than a month after Biggie‘s murder, the prophetic Life After Death is two CDs of humor and bravado, no filler at all, as he tops himself in Mo Money Mo Problems and You Tonight.

Tracklist

A1 All The Way To Reno (You're Gonna Be A Star)
A2 Daysleeper
A3 Losing My Religion
A4 Imitation Of Life
A5 Man On The Moon
A6 Radio Free Europe
A7 The Great Beyond
A8 Shiny Happy People
A9 Everybody Hurts
B1 The Lifting
B2 Strange Currencies
B3 Lotus
B4 Beachball
B5 Electrolite
B6 What's The Frequency, Kenneth
B7 Suspiction
B8 The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
B9 Nightswimming

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  • Barcode (Text): 4 820011 260011
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