Episode 886: 1987 – Prince, U2, R.E.M., Replacements
June 24, 2020
All music released in 1987.
- U2 “Where The Streets Have No Name” The Joshua Tree (Island)
- U2 “With Or Without You” The Joshua Tree (Island)
- R.E.M. “Finest Worksong” Document (I.R.S. Records)
- Prince “Sign o’ The Times” Sign o’ the Times (Paisley Park, Warner Bros.)
- Prince “I Could Never Take The Place Of Your Man” Sign o’ the Times (Paisley Park, Warner Bros.)
- The Replacements “I.O.U.” Pleased to Meet Me (Sire Records)
- The Replacements “Never Mind” Pleased to Meet Me (Sire Records)
- R.E.M. “It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine)” Document (I.R.S. Records)
Patron of the pod Mike Wagner picks today’s topic. 1987 was a HUGE year for music. From Prince, to U2, to R.E.M, Mike covers some legendary material released by iconic artists.
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