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R.E.M -《R.E.M. Live》[APE]

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    发行时间2007年10月16日
    地区美国
    语言英语
  • 时间: 2007/12/15 20:57:46 发布 | 2007/12/15 21:05:37 更新
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专辑中文名R.E.M. Live
歌手R.E.M
资源格式APE
发行时间2007年10月16日
地区美国
语言英语
简介

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专辑类型:Alternative Rock

专辑介绍:

2007年入列「摇滚名人殿堂」的当代摇滚乐团首张现场演唱录音专辑

英国音乐杂誌Q、MOJO给予5星级满分评价的现场演唱会

精采演唱「Losing My Religion」、「Everybody Hurts」、「Man On The Moon」、「What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?」、「The One I Love」、「Imitation Of Life」…等22首乐团招牌名曲

在近30个摇滚年头里,R.E.M.让校园摇滚变成乐坛的主流,让年轻世代成为主导摇滚乐的核心,他们亦创造了9张打进全美流行专辑榜Top10的专辑,25首全美现代摇滚榜Top40单曲与全球超过4000万张唱片销售,拥有3座葛莱美奖,12座MTV音乐录影带奖,还有Billboard音乐奖与全英音乐奖的肯定。R.E.M.更在2007年3月入列「摇滚名人殿堂」。

这张2CD/DVD演唱会专辑是R.E.M.在2005年2月 27号於爱尔兰的都柏林的「Point Theatre」的现场演唱实况录音与录影,在这场演会中,主唱Michael Stipe、吉他手Peter Buck与贝斯手Mike Mills携手演唱了历年专辑里头的招牌作,像是出自1984年专辑"Reckoning",难得由Mike Mills担纲主唱的作品「(Don’t Go Back To) Rockville」、1988年专辑"Green"中的「Orange Crush」、选自乐团窜升主流市场的冠军大碟"Out Of Time"中沸腾乐迷情绪的畅销单曲「Losing My Religion」、出自1992年专辑"Automatic For The People"的畅销曲「Drive」以及引发全场观眾心情共鸣跟著合唱的感伤之歌「Everybody Hurts」,另外还演唱来自金凯瑞主演电影【月亮上的男人】原声带的「Man On The Moon」、「The Great Beyond」,还有Stipe在2004年专辑"Around The Sun"中写给自己的第二个家乡-纽约的心情小品「Leaving New York」以及乐团鲜少在现场演唱会中选唱的「Ascent Of Man」。此外,R.E.M.也没忘记用摇滚乐表达对时局与生活环境的关心,他们演唱了控诉美国政府当局出兵伊拉克举动的作品「I Wanted To Be Wrong」、「Final Straw」、「I’m Gonna DJ」,还有批评媒体对於不甚了解的事情进行过度解析的行为的「What’s The Frequency, Kenneth?」以及指陈俄亥俄州水源污染问题的「Cuyahoga」。

在DVD中,导演Blue Leach融合了光晕与色彩变换的视觉技巧,为摇滚乐的影像注入了强烈的影像视觉。Blue Leach是乐团2005年的「Around The Sun全球巡迴演唱会」的导演,2006年刚交出Depeche Mode演唱会DVD作品"Touring The Angel:Live In Milan"。

英国音乐杂誌Q与MOJO也都给予这两场爱尔兰演唱会5颗星的满分激赏评价,绝对是乐迷不容错过的影音蒐藏.(转自http://goods.ruten.com.tw/item/show?11071110272508)

Thank Darkhorse1974 for sharing!

Who needs another exegesis on what's gone wrong with R.E.M., how they're not the band they used to be, how they've grown from local to global and lost so much in the process? Whether the ongoing string of lackluster albums is the long, sad fade-out of a favorite band or merely a trough between creative crests will be apparent only with time, and past triumphs have earned the band enough good will to let them play out either trajectory. Until then, Live, like last year's And I Feel Fine and 2003's In Time, proves that they are still a good band almost despite themselves, able to retrace their last 25 years of steps while holding an arena's rapt attention. As you might expect, the new release is heavy on new tracks, rehabbing songs from DOA albums Around the Sun and Reveal while only occasionally digging deeper into their rich catalog.

Recorded during a two-night gig in Dublin in 2005, Live splits the show unevenly and perhaps unnecessarily. The first disc contains 17 tracks, the second only five-- ostensibly the full show on one and the encore on the other. On the whole, Live doesn't rewrite their recent history or argue a case for newer, maligned tracks. Instead, the set just presents rote run-throughs of "Boy in the Well", "Electron Blue", and "The Ascent of Man" that sound slightly more lively for having a crowd singing along. Granted, it's not simply a case of old = good, new = bad. Nothing is ever that simple. Sporting blue facepaint that looks like an approximation of protective eyewear, Stipe testifies persuasively on "Imitation of Life", one of their best late-period pieces, and the band ratchet up the tension on "Walk Unafraid" so that it sounds positively Green. "Bad Day", from 2003, sounds particularly energized as the band graft Bush-era dissension onto Peter Buck's Reagan-era riffs, creating one of the show's best and most effortlessly crowd-pleasing moments.

Still, the best tracks on Live predate Bill Berry's departure-- as you might expect. Early in the show, they speed up "Cuyahoga" from 1986's Lifes Rich Pageant, making the original's balladic lament about corporate pollution sound more pointed and angrier, even outright hostile. Here is the first glimpse of frustration in the show, the first and strongest hint at a creative dilemma that extends beyond the reach of lyrics and melodies, as if R.E.M. realize that yesterday's change-the-world anthems have actually changed nothing. You want them to hold on to that disillusionment, to keep pushing themselves and their audience, but instead they settle for the easy answers of "Everybody Hurts". Later, Stipe introduces "I Wanted to Be Wrong" and "Final Straw" as "songs that we wrote as protests to the actions of our government and the current administration. This is our state-of-the-union address." When the crowd explodes in cheers, you realize the band is only preaching to the converted, not challenging them.

Fortunately, "Orange Crush" returns briefly to that uncomfortable headspace, as Stipe, playing the part of the bureaucratic enemy, leads the crowd in militaristic chants through a distorting megaphone. "The One I Love" abstracts that dilemma, emphasizing the tense dynamic between the sung half-verses and the hollered half-chorus, which echoes the abrupt start-stop rhythms of "Drive". Neither song settles into anything expected, but constantly changes shape, easily filling the arena space with non-arena sounds. "I'm Gonna DJ", the set's only new song, manages to repeat the trick, but as a curious celebration of annihilation rather than an ominous warning. The song isn't all that great-- it's a Monster-era glam track, terrain well trod-- but it is fascinating as an inversion of the album's previous highs.

But "I'm Gonna DJ" also points to the band's troubling complacency: The major difference between the new material and the old is that they have become content-- no, desperate-- to be understood, never pushing themselves or their audience with shades of ambiguity. It's no small point that the release of Live means their output in the last decade is split evenly between weak new material and legacy-shaping reissues. R.E.M. may be growing complacent with age, to the extent that they are now putting out a pointless double live album during the holiday season-- the ultimate corporate product. What makes Live so disappointing isn't that it offers too few shots of the band they were, but so many glimpses of the band they could be, if they were more adventurous in hi-fi.



专辑曲目

Disc 1
01. I Took Your Name
02. So Fast, So Numb
03. Boy In The Well
04. Cuyahoga
05. Everybody Hurts
06. Electron Blue07. Bad Day
08. The Ascent Of Man
09. The Great Beyond
10. Leaving New York
11. Orange Crush
12. I Wanted To Be Wrong
13. Final Straw
14. Imitation Of Life
15. The One I Love
16. Walk Unafraid
17. Losing My Religion

Disc 2
01. What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
02. Drive
03. (Don't Go Back To) Rockville
04. I'm Gonna DJ
05. Man On The Moon

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