Dead Letter Office

Release date
22 Apr 2014
Running length
15 tracks
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    Track     Duration Listeners
1 Crazy 3:03 37,238
2 There She Goes Again 2:50 41,530
3 Burning Down 4:13 22,172
4 Voice of Harold 4:26 21,199
5 Burning Hell 3:49 28,033
6 White Tornado 1:56 28,788
7 Toys In The Attic 2:28 27,008
8 Wind Out 2:01 2,208
9 Ages Of You 3:44 21,891
10 Pale Blue Eyes 2:55 22,429
11 Rotary Ten 2:01 30,309
12 Bandwagon 2:17 31,042
13 Femme Fatale 2:50 20,787
14 Walter's Theme 1:32 6,820
15 King Of The Road 3:13 21,158

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  • IamFlood

    if it weren't for Chronic Town, I'd throw this off a bridge

    22 Feb 7:41pm Reply
  • IanCurtis13

    Jangle Pop existed before R.E.M.... The Byrds

    16 Jun 2013 Reply
  • CAVermeer

    This such a great cover, and I love the original. Just played the heck out of Dead letter Office when it came out, I think I may have this on vinyl :o

    15 Dec 2011 Reply
  • redquestron

    R.E.M. through to "Out of Time" was the forefathers of Jangle Pop. I loved all of their irreverence and rawness which was a perfect balance to their more serious moments. Talk about a band that needs to get back to their roots!

    18 Oct 2010 Reply
  • gingertosser

    this Albums a wee Gem,quirky and entertaining and the new version with Chronic Town's just the Dog's Gonads! I also wish they'd make good music like this again! Their Last 4 Albums are pretty Crappy methinks! No maybe their Last 3 just as UP is growing on me ever so slightly nowadays

    30 Jun 2010 Reply
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  • hogefan

    Crazy, Burning Down, the Voice of Harold (I like this one better than 7 Chinese Bros), Burning Down, Toys, and so many others make this a really great album. Then when you put Chronic Town at the end of it, you've really got something else. Wolves, Lower and Gardening at Night are phenominal.

    2 Jan 2009 Reply
  • rehabdoll0

    I agree with both of you

    26 Nov 2008 Reply
  • elgrrringo

    Stipe from the 80s needs to kick today's Stipe's a$$!! He's lost his humour, and talent.

    6 Mar 2008 Reply
  • intheluminol

    I miss these days of R.E.M.... it seems like they're too serious to ever do anything like this collection of hidden gems again. sigh

    10 Jul 2007 Reply

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