Road Movie (video)

Road Movie (Video)

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Road Movie (video)

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Road Movie is a documentary-style film by rock group R.E.M., available on both VHS and DVD, charting the group's 1995 worldwide tour in support Monster, released in late 1994. Directed by Peter Care, the ninety-minute effort features nineteen songs (all but one a montage) performed over the final three nights (November 18, 19 and 21) of the tour, at The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia. The set-list reads very much like a complete R.E.M. show - gigs on the Monster tour were opened by either "I Took Your Name" or "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?" (with the former taking precedence in this case), while the last song of the night was invariably "It's the End of the World as We Know It " (as it is here). The film is a companion piece to the Tourfilm documentary (note the symmetry in the names), which chronicles the band's 1989 tour on the back of the previous year's Green.

The songs included, by album, are: "The One I Love" and "It's the End of the World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)" from Document; "Orange Crush" as the sole offering from Green; "Losing My Religion" and "Country Feedback" from Out of Time; "Everybody Hurts", "Find the River" and "Man on the Moon" from Automatic For The People; "I Took Your Name", "What's the Frequency, Kenneth?", "Crush with Eyeliner", "Tongue", "Star 69", "Let Me In" and "Strange...
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