What is Losing My Religion played on?
On some tracks, drummer Bill Berry played bass guitar; on others, bassist Mike Mills played the keyboards. On “Losing My Religion,” Peter Buck played the mandolin, which he had only recently decided to take up.
Who recorded Losing My Religion?
Did R.E.M. ever have a number one album?
R.E.M. released a series of hit songs such as Losing My Religion, Everybody Hurts, Electrolite and Crush With Eyeliner and have achieved eight UK Official Album Chart Number 1s, including 1991’s Out Of Time, 1992’s Automatic For The People and 1994’s Monster.
Is Losing My Religion a sad song?
The phrase “losing my religion” is an expression from the southern region of the United States that means “losing one’s temper or civility” or “feeling frustrated and desperate.” Stipe told The New York Times the song was about romantic expression.
Is Michael Stipe married?
Why did REM stop touring?
It was the money, the politics, having to meet new people 24 hours a day, not being in charge of my own decisions.” Buck said the decision to end the band came during the making of the 2011 album Collapse Into Now, when Michael Stipe told his Buck and bassist Mike Mills: “I need to be away from this for a long time.”