Collapse into Now

Collapse into Now

by R.E.M.


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For Collapse Into Now, R.E.M. re-teamed with Grammy Award-winning producer Jacknife Lee, who produced the band's acclaimed previous album Accelerate. Lee is also noted for his work on albums by U2, Snow Patrol, The Hives, and indie stalwarts Kasabian, Editors, Aqualung, and Bloc Party.

Collapse Into Now also features some very special guests: Patti Smith, guitarist Lenny Kaye, Peaches, Eddie Vedder, and The Hidden Cameras frontman Joel Gibb.

Collapse Into Now is the follow-up to 2008's Accelerate, which spawned three hit singles "Supernatural Superserious," "Hollow Man," and "Man-Sized Wreath." From the Label

Product Details

Release Date: 03/08/2011
Label: Concord Records
UPC: 0093624962717
catalogNumber: 525611
Rank: 45283

Album Credits

Performance Credits

R.E.M.   Primary Artist
Scott McCaughey   Guitar,Accordion,Keyboards,Vocals
Peter Buck   Group Member
Leroy Jones   Trumpet
Kirk Joseph   Sousaphone
Lenny Kaye   Guitar,Soloist
Craig Klein   Trombone
Mike Mills   Group Member
Bill Rieflin   Bouzouki,Guitar,Drums,Keyboards
Patti Smith   Vocals
Michael Stipe   Group Member
Eddie Vedder   Vocals
Mark Mullins   Trombone
Peaches   Vocals
Shamarr Allen   Trumpet
Joel Gibb   Vocals
Jacknife Lee   Guitar,Keyboards
Greg Hicks   Trombone

Technical Credits

Peter Buck   Composer
R.E.M.   Producer
Michael Stipe   Composer,Packaging
Mark Mullins   Horn Arrangements
Bertis Downs   Advisor
Sam Bell   Engineer
Chris Bilheimer   Packaging
Tucker Martine   Engineer
Tom McFall   Engineer
Jacknife Lee   Producer

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Collapse into Now 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
pippinmama More than 1 year ago
A lot of different sounds will make you replay this album to discover new favorites. Overall a casual, fun album to listen to any day of the week.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
While longtime fans will find comfortable familiarity with Blue, the final track, I really enjoy this record. It's well-paced, a good mix of ballads, mid-tempo and rockers, and isn't tiring after back-to-back listens. Their quirky mojo has returned.
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