The only two categories now are "R.E.M. Home Pages" and "Specific R.E.M. Info" Pages.
The most recent additions are at the bottom of each section.
Other than that, they are in no specific order.
"Home Page" style pages
Sites dedicated to broad R.E.M. information.
- R.E.M.'s official Fan Club Homepage"
You want official? This is even more official than the Warner Bros. R.E.M. page. This
is run by the home office, which is also the location of the Fan Club. Lots of tour and
Fan Club info.
- Kipp Teague's "File Under R.E.M." Page
Kipp has compiled a very informative home page, and may be known to you as the one-time
administrator of the "murmur" rem mailing list, which ended its service with the creation of the newsgroup rec.music.rem.
- Darryl White's "R.E.M. Timeline"
Darryl is from Australia, and he knows more about R.E.M. live gigs than anyone. His
site contains a list of every live date known, and a set list for most of them. Go take
a look and see if you think you can help him add to the info! I'll bet you can't!.
- A Way To Make You Smile... an R.E.M. Fansite
Well, this has got to be the most in depth attempt at an R.E.M. page yet. You just
have to see it to believe it.
- Underneath The Bunker
Well, this is it. If you like to trade boots, and you were smart enough to read
down this far, go to this web page and let the trading begin.
- Jim Barry's "Stipey.com"
This is a very big and flashy site. You can find chat groups, detailed fan
fan club info, and much more.
(12/99 - this site is down. I'll leave the link up though just in case he wakes
up again. It will be worth the wait...)
- "Ask The Sky" PeterWeb R.E.M. Page
An interesting entry from the other side of the Atlantic. A large photo archive,
with additional unique "R.E.M. Pen Pal" and "Trade Request" pages.
- R.E.M. News from "murmurs.com"
*The* R.E.M. news page. Ethan Kaplan is so good at keeping up with things, that
I just gave up on my news page and linked to his instead. Thats what the web is
all about anyway... right? Also, he is one of the best web designers in the R.E.M.
- New Adventures in R.E.M.
A great looking page, still under construction courtesy of Ezi Burns.
- R.E.M. These Days
In memory of Jonathan Young who died on 28th September 1997 at the age of 13yrs.
His family would appreciate you taking a few minutes to browse his site and see
something of the talent that was lost...
- Your Light Eclipsed The Moon Tonight
Adam Johansen has a collection of important links for the R.E.M. browser.
- Ocean Flower Aquarium
A new home page with a lot of good band info..
- Swedish Page: "Find The River"
Looks like a good home page, but hard to tell since I don't speak Swedish!
- Where In The World Is Michael Stipe?
A well done site with good graphics. Michael Andrew's shrine to Stipe is worth a look.
- Country Feedback
Laura Cazabon has started a web page that re-produces R.E.M. articles and some cool pictures. It is in its beginning stages but looks to be promising!
- Fall On Me
Fredrik Magnusson has created a very well designed Swedish R.E.M. page. Lots of
cool graphics and information.
- R.E.M. Stipey
Another R.E.M. Home page with lots of pictures and info. By Josh Whittaker.
- Anne's R.E.M. Page
A great R.E.M. news page in English and in French!
- Sabine R.E.M.
A nice looking German language R.E.M. page!
Specific R.E.M. Info
Sites dedicated to some particular R.E.M. subject.
- Zim's R.E.M. Tape and Info Server
This is the site still maintained by yours truly. Find more detailed Bootleg In
other goodies here...
- Chris Bray's R.E.M.
Guitar Chords maintained by Chris Bray, email@example.com are the most
up to date and complete of all R.E.M. guitar resources. (Thanks Chris!)
- OICM3H home page
The Organization Intended to Catapult Mike Mills into Musical History
(OICM3H) occasionally publishes a newsletter, which is archived here.
- The R.E.M. Lyric Annotations FAQ"
A wonderful glossary to the lyrics of R.E.M. songs. What does that phrase really mean?
Go here for a brief but professional news source. Just search for R.E.M. when you get
- Spyro's R.E.M. Page
Extensive audio and video lists; virtual tour of athens; download
screensavers, icons and movies not found elsewhere.
They do trade their tapes, but are only looking for rare stuff in return.
- Jeff Stoner's R.E.M.
This site is great. A good writer explains why one might love to listen to R.E.M.
Flagpole Magazine in Athens, Georgia is a weekly magazine that publishes an
online issue each week, along with special items such as the Athens Band
Directory and The Flagpole Guide to Athens. The Migraine
Boy comic strip appears in each issue.
Michael Klassen's "Thinking Cap Media" page
Michael Klassen has an unusual story of meeting Michael Stipe posted at his
Web site. It's called
"I'm Glad You Told Me That, Man", and it is a tongue-in-cheek (and
totally real) account of meeting Stipe at a party in 1989 after a show.
- Steve's Instant
Steve Postellon's personal Home Page contains listings of
bootleg shows and tape trees
- Look for R.E.M. Merchandise at CDNow
A commercial R.E.M. merchandise ordering site.
- Peter Buck Comics II
Site dedicated to satirical "Pete Buck II" comic book available in Georgia in the
- Father English's "Vivid Language"
A home page with info about a teacher who uses R.E.M. lyrics to teach poetry.
Wow. I wish my english teachers had tried that...
A well done site dedicated to Peter Buck.
- Migrane Boy Home Page
The comic strip featured on the R.E.M. album Monster.
- The Lost Ones
Eddie King is the guitar player for this band. He used to play with Mitch Mills,
brother of Mike Mills. "The Lost Ones" current album was recorded at Mitch's
- Billy Franks
Billy was formerly a member of The Faith Brothers, a band that toured with R.E.M.
Check out his page to see what he's doing now.
- R.E.M. Quote Of The Day
Features a new lyric or band member quote every day in "graphical form". Strange and
thought provoking. Give it a look!
- The R.E.M. Midi Page
From South Africa comes Damien du Toit's collection of MIDI files. These are files
that can play on most good synthesizers and just about any computer with a sound card.
This is another very good looking page. Thanks Damien!
- Fredrik Cederqvist
Fredrik from Sweden has a list of links and his R.E.M. record collection for you
- The Single Collector
This site has many R.E.M. singles for sale. Lots of other stuff too.
- R.E.M. Artwork
This site is dedicated to R.E.M.'s artwork. A gallery of sorts...
- R.E.M. Rocks Sesame Street!
This page at the Children's Television Workshop site has info about R.E.M.'s infamous appearance on "Sesame Street" and links to clips from their performance of "Furry Happy Monsters". Definately worth a look!
- R.E.M. Collector
Bjarne Sonnichsen of Denmark has put together a very cool site to show us his
personal R.E.M. collection.
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