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Daysleeper 2 Titres CD single, Single Maxi, Import

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  • CD (9 novembre 1999)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : CD single, Single Maxi, Import
  • Label: Sba
  • ASIN : B00000DLWA
  • Autres éditions : CD  |  Cassette  |  Téléchargement MP3
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  1. Daysleeper - R.E.M.
  2. Emphysema (Non-Album Track) - R.E.M.

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A very strong Maxi-Single from a fan's perspective 29 octobre 2000
Par Brian Stuart - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This Maxi-Single is excellent from a fan's perspective, but I'm not sure how much it would say to even a casual fan or someone new to R.E.M.'s music. Hopefully, a lot, but the fan's appreciation will be on a very different level.
"Daysleeper" was the first single from the album, Up. A strong effort, with great lyrics relating a tale of a white-color worker giving his all, but getting no where. A very nice post-modern message, but the song has never really clicked with me, although I like the Beatles-esque close to the album. I don't care what Michael Stipe says, his band is very influenced by the Beatles, even if he isn't.
"Emphysema" is a funky little instrumental track, quite daring for a band with only two instrumentalists at this point. As a fan, I get a kick out of this song. R.E.M.'s instrumentals are always so wonderfully eclectic, and this is no exception. Still, most folks don't care for Rock instrumental, particularly experimental ones.
"Sad Professor" is a live, studio recording of one of the best songs from Up. Its even better here. The very quiet feeling is very well suited to the song. The piano is absolutely a joy to listen to, and perfectly matchs Michael Stipe's singing. The song has a very organic feel. It is not all quiet, nor all loud. Very emotional, but also very introspective. The lyrics are amazing, with effective story-telling as well as underlying meanings.
The version of "Why Not Smile" you will find here is just SO much better than the version found on the album, it, alone, can demand this single's purchase. The album track had a cluttered trance-like feel, but here you hear the simplicty this song really demands. A love song in its own way, if not a romantic one, it has such a beautiful little message that comes across so well with the beautiful singing and simple acoustic guitar. An organ and electric guitar also sneak in at times to further adorn the recording, but never detract from it. The final organ fade at the end is incredible. I love this song, and I love this version. If you are an R.E.M. fan, I'm sure you'll want to hear it.
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Wonderful 17 septembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
On first listen, Daysleeper is indeed a surprise. An eclectic mix of instrumentation working at many different levels, Daysleeper encompasses a mix of the REM of old and of the REM yet to come.
True to the word the band, it is different. Seemingly exploring the post-modern detachment experienced by those working global markets during the night time, "Daysleepers," Daysleeper contains some of Stipe's most poignant imagery in recent memory. If this is a preview of Up, then we're all in for a treat.
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Absolutely beautiful!!!! 6 décembre 1998
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
"Daysleeper" is a perfect modern-day anthem, but the single has much more to offer. The versions of "Sad Proffessor" and "Why Not Smile" are stunningly beautiful and sparse. They fill you with a sense of moody calm. "Emphysema" is my least favorite but still utterly R.E.M. and a catchy little tune. My advice? Buy this! It's that simple. If you have any interest in R.E.M. or any quality music for that matter, you deserve this single.
Sufficiently good, but woefully short, single by REM 1 mai 2001
Par Christopher Culver - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
REM's "Daysleeper" single, released to promote their 1998 album UP, contains only two songs, "Daysleeper" and "Emphysema."
"Daysleeper" is the familiar song from the album, a tale of corporate angst in which a night watchman loses his sanity as the night defines his existence. It's a nice song, a little different from much of REMs work, but one of the highlights of the album.
"Emphysema" is a quirky instrumental that has a lounge-feel. It definitely sounds like a B-side, and of course is a non-album track.
The material on this single is pretty good, but my complaint is that more was not offered to the U.S. audience. Although there are versions of a "Daysleeper" single with four tracks, they are imports.
By the way, the album UP is worth getting.
Daysleeper empathy 10 octobre 2007
Par J. Evans - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
To anyone who has ever worked long into the night, this strong will strike a touching and beautiful chord.

Melancholy moodyness in a quiet world.

A beautiful anthem.
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