1990-91

r-e-m-_-_out_of_time


2 February 1990 – ‘Flashback’, Paramount Pictures, USA
notes: ‘It’s The End of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)’ is used during a scene


8 February 1990 – Atlanta CD, Atlanta, GA
set: MacDougal Blues [cut]
notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck. Live In-store performance


22 April 1990 – Earth Day Rally, Earth Day, West Lawn, United States Capitol, Washington, DC


3 June 1990 – The Big Day, Riverside Stage, Custom House Quay, Glasgow, Scotland
set: Hello In There (Stipe/Merchant/Bragg)
notes: Performed by Michael Stipe, Billy Bragg , Natalie Merchant & Cara Tivey


7 June 1990 – Letni Kino, Olomouc, Czechoslovakia
set: The One I Love [cut]


24 September 1990 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: ‘Tourfilm’ feature including interviews with Michael Stipe, Jim McKay & comments from Natalie Merchant – inbetween short clips from the final release, filmed before & after the Tourfilm Premiere that evening at the Tribeca Grill, New York, NY, USA


September 1990 – ‘Get A Life’, Fox Network, USA
notes: ‘Stand’ is used for the intro to this USA TV show


20 October 1990 – John Keane Studios, Athens, GA
set: Instrumental (Mills On Piano)
notes: Mike playing on piano after interviews for ‘Timepiece’


31 October 1990 – ‘Where The Pyramid Meets The Eye – Rokey Erikson Tribute’ Promo
notes: Bill Bentley talks about the creation of the tribute album – ‘I Walked With a Zombie’ & R.E.M. are mentioned


November 1990 – TRC Studios, Indianapolis, IN, USA
notes: ‘Colors: A Musical Tribute To Ryan White’ – performed by Mike Mills (bass), Kenny Aronoff (drums), John Cascella (keyboards), Barbara Humphrey (lead vocal), Jimmy Ryser (harmonies), Tim Pierce (guitar) & The Hamilton Heights Swing Choir. The song was recorded in early November at Indianapolis’ TRC Studios, which donated the facilities. ‘Colors’ was available on CD manufactured free of charge by Digital Audio Disc Corp. of Terre Haute, & also available on cassette given away at a baseball game.


November 1990 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News story regarding the Hindu Love Gods album & also the ‘State of The World’ project with KRS-1


November 1990 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News report surrounding final recording/mixing of the upcoming (currently unnamed) ‘Out of Time’


8 December 1990 – Center Stage, Atlanta, GA
set: Last Song of Maddie Hope [cut]

notes: Kevn Kinney & Peter Buck


Unknown Date 1990 – ‘Men Will Be Boys’
notes: Opening credits of straight-to-TV movie. Music by Mike Mills – performed by Mike Mills, John Keane, Bill Berry, Nita Karpf & Chris Williams


Unknown Date 1990 – ‘Men Will Be Boys’
notes: Closing credits of straight-to-TV movie. Music by Mike Mills – performed by Mike Mills, John Keane, Bill Berry, Nita Karpf & Chris Williams


Unknown Date 1990 – ‘Miracle Makers’, MDA Youth Film
notes: ‘Stand’ is used during this PSA – with Neil Patrick Harris


Unknown Date 1990 – ‘Songs of R.E.M. – Addressing The Real Politic’, Berklee College of Music, USA
notes: Written, produced and directed by John Stevens – Assistant Professor of Songwriting Voice Department, Berklee College of Music, USA. Ultra short excerpt of interview with Peter played out during a lecture


Unknown Date 1990 – ‘Green House Australia’, Australia
notes: Snippet of ‘It’s The End of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)’ is used during this PSA


Unknown Date1990 – ‘A Videological Cuddle With Billy Bragg
notes: Excerpts from Billy Bragg’s EPK – featuring Michael Stipe


11 March 1991 – ‘Countdown’, Veronica, Studio Concordia, Bussum, The Netherlands
set: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes: R.E.M. mime the song, minus the Kate Pierson vocals


12 March 1991 – Studio 1, Bullet Sound Studios, Nederhorst den Berg, The Netherlands
set: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / You Are The Everything / Fretless / Radio Song / Losing My Religion / Belong / Love Is All Around
notes: Interview & live in-studio performance


12 March 1991 – Studio 1, Bullet Sound Studios, Nederhorst den Berg, The Netherlands
set: World Leader Pretend
notes: Full version taken from the live in-studio performance


12 March 1991 – ‘Villa Lux’, RTL4 TV, Luxembourg
notes: Special feature from Luxembourg TV, with interviews and clips surrounding the release of ‘Out of Time’


14 March 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, BBC Television Centre, London, England
notes: Simon Mayo introduces the ‘Losing My Religion’ music video, and ‘announces’ live on air the location of the secret Bingo Hand Job gig for that evening


14 March 1991 – The Borderline, London, England
R.E.M.: Pop Song 89 / World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Fretless
Peter Holsapple: Why Did You Sleep With My Girlfriend? / Darby Hall / White Train (w/ Buck)
R.E.M.: Swan Swan H / You Are The Everything / Love Is All Around
Billy Bragg: Love Has No Pride / The Auld Triangle / Reason To Believe (w/ Buck) / Hello In There (w/ Stipe)
R.E.M.: Dallas (w/ Bragg) / Radio Song / Low / Losing My Religion
Robyn Hitchcock: Sometimes I Wish I Was A Pretty Girl / Birds In Perspex / Balloon Man (w/ Buck) / So You Think You’re In Love (w/ Buck)
R.E.M.: Disturbance At The Heron House / Belong / Fall On Me / Dark Globe / Get Up
encore:
R.E.M., Hitchcock & Bragg: You Ain’t Goin’ Nowhere

notes: First of the 2 nights playing under the name Bingo Hand Job, with each member having an assumed name: Michael Stipe – ‘The Reverend Bingo’, Bill Berry – ‘The Doc’, Mike Mills – ‘Stinky’, Peter Buck – ‘Raoul’, Peter Holsapple – ‘Spanish Charlie’, Billy Bragg – ‘Conrad’, Robyn Hitchcock – ‘Violet’ (for 1st show), ‘Ophelia’ (for 2nd show) & Chickasaw Mudd Puppies – ‘Stump Monkey’


14 March 1991 – ‘The Late Show’, BBC2, Studio D, Lime Grove Current Affairs Production Centre, London, England
notes: BBC2 advert for that nights show


14 March 1991 – ‘The Late Show’, BBC2, Studio D, Lime Grove Current Affairs Production Centre, London, England
set: Losing My Religion / Half A World Away / Belong


15 March 1991 – The Borderline, London, England
support: Chickasaw Mudd Puppies
R.E.M.: World Leader Pretend / Half A World Away / Fretless / The One I Love
Billy Bragg: Cindy Of A Thousand Lives / The Auld Triangle / Reason To Believe / Hello in There (w/ Stipe) / My Youngest Son Came Home Today (w/ Stipe) / Jackson (w/ Stipe) / Dallas (w/ Stipe)
R.E.M.: Disturbance At The Heron House / Belong / Low / Love Is All Around
Peter Holsapple: Next To The Last Waltz / Lonely Is As Lonely Does / Neverland / White Train
R.E.M.: You Are The Everything / Swan Swan H / Radio Song / Perfect Circle
Robyn Hitchcock: Oceanside / Ultra-Unbelievable Love / Birdshead / Queen Of Eyes
R.E.M.: Endgame / Pop Song 89 / Losing My Religion / Fall On Me
Stipe solo: classical organ piece / waltz organ piece
R.E.M., Hitchcock and Bragg: Tom’s Diner / Listening To The Higsons / You Ain’t Going Nowhere – A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall
encore:
R.E.M.: Get Up / Moon River
notes: Second of the 2 nights playing under the name Bingo Hand Job. Michael Stipe guests with the Chickasaw Mudd Puppies on ‘Words And Knives’ during their opening set


18 March 1991 – ‘Nulle Part Ailleurs’, Studio 3, Canal+ Studios, Paris, France
set: Losing My Religion [cut]

notes: Performance mimed to backing track, with Mike Mills on drums & Bill Berry on bass!


20 March 1991 – ‘Rapido’, BBC2, London, England
notes: Short feature from UK TV, with interviews and clips surrounding the release of ‘Out of Time’


20 March 1991 – ‘Rockopop’, TVE Studio 1, Prado Del Rey, Madrid, Spain
set: Interview / Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes: Performance for Spanish TV, mimed to backing track (minus the Kate Pierson vocals)


20 March 1991 – ‘Rockopop’, TVE Studio 1, Prado Del Rey, Madrid, Spain
set: Shiny Happy People
notes: Quality Upgrade – Performance for Spanish TV, mimed to backing track (minus the Kate Pierson vocals)


22 March 1991 – ‘Intervista’, TMC2, Italy
notes: Interview with Mills & Stipe recorded prior to the Shocking Club gig that evening


22 March 1991 – ‘Rock Café’, Raidue, Italy
notes: News report from Italian TV, with interviews and live clips from the Shocking Club gig


22 March 1991 – ‘VideoMusic’, Milan, Italy
notes: Interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe with clips surrounding the release of ‘Out of Time’


22 March 1991 – Shocking Club, Milan, Italy
set: Disturbance At The Heron House / Half A World Away / Swan Swan H / Belong / Driver 8 / Low / Fretless / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion / Fall On Me / Get Up


29 March 1991 – ‘Friday at The Dome’, Channel 4, England
set: ‘Radio Song’ & ‘Losing My Religion’ live acoustic from 12/03/91


March 1991 – ‘Unknown TV Channel’, Italy
notes: 
‘Out of Time’ Italian TV commercial


March 1991 – ‘Hot Seat’, MTV, UK
notes: The band introduce videos (including their own) over the course of the week on MTV UK


March 1991 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, England
notes: News story surrounding the ‘Losing My Religion’ music video being banned


March 1991 – ‘MTV’, Europe
notes: Excerpt from an ‘Out of Time’ promo interview


Early April 1991 – ‘Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego?’, USA
notes: Peter discusses his favourite place in the world (Athens, GA)


Early April 1991 – ‘Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego?’, USA
notes: Bill discusses his favourite place to visit (New Zealand), and his second fav place (Italy)


Early April 1991 – ‘Where In The World Is Carmen San Diego?’, USA
notes: Bill gives clues to two secret places


4 April 1991 – ‘Metropolis’, TVE2, Madrid, Spain
notes: Special feature from Spanish TV, with interviews and clips surrounding the release of ‘Out of Time’


5 April 1991 – ‘MuchMusic’ (TV), MuchMusic Studios, The Chum City Building, Toronto, Canada
notes: Interview with the band


12 April 1991 – ‘Sputnik TV’, Barcelona, Spain
notes: Short feature including interview with the Michael Stipe (rest of band present) intercut with snippets of ‘Losing My Religion’ & ‘Can’t Get There From Here’ (recorded 21 March 1991)


13 April 1991 – ‘Saturday Night Live’, NBC, Studio 8H, NBC Studios, GE Building, New York, NY
notes: Various rehearsal takes of ‘Losing My Religion’ & ‘Shiny Happy People’ (w/ Kate Pierson)


13 April 1991 – ‘Saturday Night Live’, NBC, Studio 8H, NBC Studios, GE Building, New York, NY
set: Losing My Religion / Shiny Happy People
notes: Introduced by Catherine O’Hara, Kate Pierson sings on ‘Shiny Happy People’


28 April 1991 – ‘Mountain Stage’, Capitol Plaza Music Hall, Charleston, WV
R.E.M.: World Leader Pretend / Radio Song / Fall On Me / It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
Larry Groce: Positively 4th Street
Robyn Hitchcock: Oceanside (w/ Deni Bonet) / Arms Of Love (w/ Bonet) / Wild Mountain Thyme (w/ Bonet) / So You Think You’re In Love
Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: The Minute You’re Gone / Here I Go Again / I Shake, I Rattle and I Roll / I Know Something
Bob Thompson: Brother’s Keeper
Billy Bragg: The Marching Song Of Covert Batalions / Accident Waiting To Happen / Tank Park Salute / Waiting For The Great Leap Forwards
Twister Sisters: All You Ever Think About Is You
R.E.M.: Half A World Away / Belong / Love Is All Around / Losing My Religion
encore:
everyone: Dallas
R.E.M.: Radio Song / Disturbance At The Heron House / Low / Swan Swan H
Peter Holsapple: White Train
Robyn Hitchcock: If You Go Away / Birdshead
Billy Bragg & Michael Stipe: My Youngest Son Came Home Today / Hello In There
Billy Bragg with Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: Dark End Of The Street
R.E.M: Pop Song 89 / Get Up


28 April 1991 – ‘Mountain Stage’, Capitol Plaza Music Hall, Charleston, WV
R.E.M.: Radio Song / Disturbance At The Heron House / Low / Swan Swan H
Peter Holsapple: White Train
Robyn Hitchcock: If You Go Away / Birdshead
Billy Bragg & Michael Stipe: My Youngest Son Came Home Today / Hello In There
Billy Bragg with Clive Gregson & Christine Collister: Dark End Of The Street
R.E.M: Pop Song 89
notes: Quality Upgrade – Transferred directly from the master Video8 tape (shot on a SONY TR3 camcorder)
Thanks to Ken Dixon for allowing us to use this video here


28 April 1991 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, USA
notes: Bertis Downs comments on the scheduling of the R.E.M. performance on Mountain Stage (possibly raw interview footage)


April 1991 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News report discussing Michael Stipe’s vocals/lyrics (at the time that ‘Out of Time’ hit number 1 on the Billboard chart), the ‘Motor Voter Bill’, & that the inclusion of the postcards on the ‘Out of Time’ received 15,000 responses


May 1991 – ‘Unknown Show/Congratulations Promo’, MTV, USA
notes: Kurt Loder congratulates R.E.M. on ‘Out of Time’ hitting number 1 on the Billboard album chart (on Monday). Featuring short interview excerpts with Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Peter Buck & Bill Berry surrounding the future of R.E.M. (all taken from Kurt Loder’s ‘Famous Last Words’) intercut with the live performance of ‘Shiny Happy People’ recorded on Peter Buck’s porch


2 May 1991 – 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
set: My Youngest Son Came Home Today [cut]


May 1991 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News report surrounding the Kevn Kinney show which included an appearance from Mike Mills & Michael Stipe for (according to the news report) ‘Straight To Hell’ & ‘Love Is All Around’


May 1991 – ‘The ITV Chart Show’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ exclusive, with video info


16 May 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 35 – a new entry


30 May 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 9


May 1991 – ‘The ITV Chart Show’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 7


May 1991 – ‘The ITV Chart Show’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 5, with video info


May 1991 – ‘NBC News’, NBC, USA
notes: News report surrounding the episode of Mountain Stage that featured R.E.M.


May 1991 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, USA
notes: News feature surrounding R.E.M.’s performance at Mountain Stage (reported by Heather Hartley)


1 June 1991 – ‘The 8:15 From Manchester’, BBC, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 9


6 June 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 8


27 June 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, London, England
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ charting at number 17


June 1991 – ‘Famous Last Words with Kurt Loder’, MTV, UK
notes: Interviews with the band by Kurt Loder covering their career to date


August 1991 – ‘The ITV Chart Show’, London, England
notes: ‘Near Wild Heaven’ video exclusive, with video info


5 September 1991 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Short feature surrounding the 8 nominations received for ‘Losing My Religion’, & the 1 nomination for ‘Tourfilm’


5 September 1991 -‘MTV Video Music Awards’, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA, USA
notes: Pre-show interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe by Kurt Loder


5 September 1991 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Lenny Kravitz presents R.E.M. with the ‘Best Breakthrough Video‘ award for ‘Losing My Religion’


5 September 1991 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Dennis Hopper presents Tarsem with the ‘Best Direction’ award for ‘Losing My Religion’


5 September 1991 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Steven Tyler presents R.E.M. with the ‘Best Group Video’ award for ‘Losing My Religion’


5 September 1991 -‘MTV Video Music Awards’, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: R.E.M. & Tarsem accept the ‘Video of The Year‘ award for ‘Losing My Religion’


5 September 1991 -‘MTV Video Music Awards’, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Post-show interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe by Kurt Loder


5 September 1991 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheater, Universal City, CA
notes: Post-show interview with Michael Stipe, Mike Mills, Bill Berry & Tarsem in the press area


8 September 1991 – The Adventures of Pete & Pete, ‘What We Did on Our Summer Vacation’ (S01 E10)
notes: Short clip of Michael Stipe’s cameo as ‘Captain Scrummy’


12 September 1991 – ‘Bis ans Ende der Welt (Until The End of The World)’, Argos Films/Road Movies Filmproduktion/Village Roadshow Pictures, Germany
notes: ‘Fretless’ is featured


19 September 1991 – ‘Top of The Pops’, London, England
notes: ‘The One I Love’ charting at number 28 – a Top 40 Breaker


rem 1991-10-17 – ‘Beverley Hills 90210’, Fox TV, USA
notes: ‘Down and Out of District in Beverly Hills’ (Se2 Ep12) – ‘Radio Song’ is used during this scene


10 November 1991 – ‘MTV 10th Anniversary Special’, MTV/ABC, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA
notes: MTV news feature surrounding that evenings performance of ‘Losing My Religion’ for the 10th anniversary special


November 1991 – ‘MTV Most Wanted’, MTV, USA
notes: World premier of the ‘Radio Song’ music video


3 December 1991 – Billboard Music Awards, Barker Hangar, Santa Monica, CA
notes: R.E.M. win 2 awards: Top World Album & Top Modern Rock Artist for ‘Out Of Time’, Mike Mills accepts on behalf of the band


Late 1991 – ‘The Year In Rock 1991’, MTV, USA
notes: Excerpt from the 1 hour special featuring R.E.M. surrounding the release of ‘Out of Time’


Late 1991 – ‘MTV Video Music Awards’, MTV, USA
notes: Short R.E.M. excerpt from this review show looking back at the 1991 ‘MTV Video Music Awards’


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘Hollywood Insider’, Universal Studios, Hollywood, USA
notes:


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Rock The Vote’, USA
notes: ‘Rock The Vote’ PSA featuring Michael Stipe


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Rapid Fire’, Athens, GA, USA
notes: Episode discussing historic preservation in Athens, with Bertis Downs


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Global Jam’, USA
notes: ‘Tourfilm’ version of ‘Stand’ [cut] is featured, & is incorrectly introduced as being shot in Virginia during R.E.M.’s ‘1990’ tour


Unknown Date 1991 – MTV News, MTV, USA
notes: News feature focussing on Tarsem, his history and directing style


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Entertainment Tonight’, CBS Television Distribution, USA
notes: ‘Near Wild Heaven’ is used for the ‘Inside Pix’ feature


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘If The People Will Lead’
notes: ‘Belong’ is featured during this Soviet documentary


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Pop Up Video’, VH-1
notes: ‘Losing My Religion’ featured


Unknown Date 1991 – ‘Pop Up Video’, VH-1
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ featured


 

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