Audio

REMbrandt are planning future live and studio recordings, which we will share here as they become available. For more audio visit our Soundcloud page or check out the videos in the "Movies" section.

Hear our new live demos below...

What's The Frequency, Kenneth? is taken from REM's ninth studio album "Monster". The title comes from the rather bizarre mugging of CBS News anchor man Dan Rather in 1986. In the video, Peter Buck plays a Fender Jag-Stang, that belonged to Kurt Cobain of Nirvana, and was a gift from Courtney Love. The song reached #9 in the UK singles chart.


"Radio Free Europe" was REM's first single, originally recorded in 1981, it became the band's breakthrough hit when it was re-recorded in 1983 for the "Murmur" LP. The original B - Side to the single was "Sitting Still" which is one of our live favourites.


"The Great Beyond" is taken from the 1999 movie soundtrack "Man On The Moon" a biopic of American comedian Andy Kaufman starring Jim Carey. The film was titled such after REM name checked Kaufman on their famous 1992 single of the same name. The Great Beyond itself actually features some faint backing vocals from "Man On The Moon" in it's original, unedited version....."Here's a little agit for the never believers, here's a little ghost for the offering....."

"The One I Love" is taken from R.E.M.s fifth album "Document" in 1987 and was their first hit single, reaching #9 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and #16 in the UK. The record has ironically become a popular radio dedication due to it's misinterpreted refrain, but the repeated lyrics hint at a darker meaning. Michael Stipe stated in an interview with Musician Magazine in 1988, that "It's very clear that it's about using people over and over again....."



Listen to live rehearsal and acoustic gig recordings below via Soundcloud.


"What's The Frequency, Kenneth?" " Radio Free Europe""Man On The Moon" "Losing My Religion" "The One I Love" "Sitting Still" and "The Great Beyond" by R.E.M. (Berry/Buck/Mills/Stipe) "One" by U2 (lyrics : Bono / Music U2) "Heart Of Gold" by Neil Young. Original versions available through Amazon / i-tunes or similar.


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