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When REM played their first concert in Athens, Georgia in 1980, their lineup consisted of four college dropouts -- Michael Stipe, Peter Buck, Mike Mills, and Bill Berry.
But without the charisma of Stipe and his eccentric onstage behaviour, hurling himself about with abandon in-between mumbling into the microphone, they could easily have been overlooked as just another bar band, relying on the harmonious guitar sound of the Byrds for their inspiration.
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Beginning in July 1981, with "Radio Free Europe" on the small, independent Hib-Tone label, the Athens, Ga.-based R.E.M. established a name for itself almost immediately. At its core was the rhythm section of bassist Mills and drummer Berry, acquaintances since their days in their high school marching band. At its heart, former record store clerk, guitarist Buck, and the shy and mysterious singer Stipe.
With songs like "Gardening At Night" and "Wolves, Lower," REM defined the sound of American college radio in the early '80s. As the band's career progressed, it managed to alter its sound to stay fresh and keep fans guessing. REM's audience grew far beyond the underground with such mainstream hits as "The One I Love," "Stand," "Losing My Religion," and "Everybody Hurts."Read the full REM Article