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2013/08/13

Peter Buck revealed in an interview with BBC News that R.E.M. will likely compile all of their limited edition fan club singles for a charity boxset. R.E.M. released a single (two tracks, many times they were Christmas songs/covers) each year from 1988 - 2011 through their fanclub and original copies of the rare recordings fetch big bucks on collector & memorabilia sites. While the idea of having a fan club compilation might sounds like a great thing for fans, it may be some time before the set sees light of day - Buck didn't offer a timetable and merely told the BBC it'll happen "one day":

"There were like 24 of them, which makes about 50 songs," said Buck. "We'll put them in a big box set for charity one day."

In the interview Buck also discussed his solo career and mentioned that he just finished recording a new solo album last week. According to the BBC report, Buck plans to release the new album in a similar fashion to last year's limited edition vinyl-only release. Read the BBC interview with Peter Buck here.

"Where's Captain Kirk" (1992 fanclub release, covers Spizzenergi)



"Academy Fight Club" (1989 fanclub release, covers Mission of Burma)



Published on August 13th, 2013 @ 6:08 AM