R.E.M. Mark 25th Anniversary Of 'Automatic For The People'
R.E.M. announced Thursday they will reissue their album Automatic For The People to mark its 25th anniversary.
The 1992 album spawned hits like “Man On The Moon” and “Everybody Hurts” and sold more than 18 million copies worldwide.
The reissue, out Nov. 10, is mixed in Dolby Atmos — making it the first commercial music album released in this format.
There will be three versions available. The Deluxe Edition will include 20 previously unreleased demos from the Automatic sessions as well as a bonus track, “Photograph,” featuring Natalie Merchant. Also available is a concert recording from 1992 and a 60-page book.
R.E.M., fronted by Michael Stipe, disbanded in 2011.