After more than three decades and 15 studio albums, R.E.M. announced its breakup yesterday. In celebration of the band's 31-year career, here are 31 chart highlights from "Murmur"'s 1983 Billboard 200 debut to "Collapse into Now"'s chart drive this past March.
R.E.M. have called it quits after 31 years of trailblazing the alternative rock scene. In a statement on their website, the band does not explain what led to the decision, but thanks fans for listening all these years.
R.E.M. has called it quits after 31 years of trailblazing the alternative rock scene. In a simple statement on their website, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers give thanks to fans for sticking with them.
After delighting fans with rarities such as "Second Guessing" and "Animal" at its performances thus far this year, R.E.M. is promising to dig further into its vaults for its return to the road on May 23, Billboard.com has learned.