R.E.M. Reveal Career Retrospective Track Listing

Collection to include the band's final three recordings

September 26, 2011 12:00 PM ET
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R.E.M. 'Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011'
Warner Bros. Records

R.E.M. have revealed the full track listing for Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage: 1982-2011, a career-spanning hits retrospective due in stores on November 15th. The set will feature three unreleased cuts – "Hallelujah," "A Month of Saturdays" and "We All Go Back to Where We Belong" – that were completed after the band wrapped up their final album, Collapse Into Now.

The double-disc set features all of the band's biggest pop hits, such as "The One I Love," "Stand," "Losing My Religion," "Man on the Moon" and "Everybody Hurts," as well as several fan favorites and concert staples, like "Life and How to Live It," "Begin the Begin," "Country Feedback" and "Electrolite."

The full track listing is as follows:

Disc One:

"Gardening at Night"
"Radio Free Europe"
"Talk About the Passion"
"Sitting Still"
"So. Central Rain"
"(Don't Go Back to) Rockville"
"Driver 8"
"Life and How to Live It"
"Begin the Begin"
"Fall on Me"
"Finest Worksong"
"It's the End of the World As We Know It (and I Feel Fine)"
"The One I Love"
"Pop Song 89"
"Get Up"
"Orange Crush"
"Losing My Religion"
"Country Feedback"
"Shiny Happy People"

Disc Two

"The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite"
"Everybody Hurts"
"Man on the Moon"
"What's the Frequency, Kenneth?"
"New Test Leper"
"At My Most Beautiful"
"The Great Beyond"
"Imitation of Life"
"Bad Day"
"Leaving New York"
"Living Well Is the Best Revenge"
"Supernatural Superserious"
"Oh My Heart"
"A Month of Saturdays"
"We All Go Back to Where We Belong"

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