1992-93

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31 January 1992 – 2nd Annual Mental Health Benefit, 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
set: Losing My Religion / Arms Of Love / Country Feedback / Love Is All Around / Fall On Me / Finest Worksong / I Can Only Give You Everything / Funtime


January 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Michael Stipe, Jim McKay & Tom Gilmour discuss their latest ‘Direct Effect’ PSA, the film premiere of R.E.M.’s ‘Low’ & also the (unfortunately shelved) film ‘Desperation Angels’


January 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: Michael Stipe, Jim McKay & Tom Gilmour discuss their latest ‘Direct Effect’ PSA, the film premiere of R.E.M.’s ‘Low’ & also the (unfortunately shelved) film ‘Desperation Angels’


12 February 1992 – BRIT Awards, Hammersmith Odeon, London, England
notes: R.E.M. win ‘Best International Group’ award, presented by Maxi Priest, & accepted by Mike Mills & Michael Stipe


February 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Post show interview with Mike Mills & Michael Stipe following R.E.M. winning the ‘Best International Group’ award


February 1992 – Today Show
notes: ‘Spotlight’ feature where Jill Rappaport reports on the 7 R.E.M. Grammy nominations


24 February 1992 – ‘Live With Regis & Kathie Lee’, ABC Studios, New York, NY
set: Interview / (Don’t Go Back To) Rockville
notes: Interview with Mike Mills with Regis Philbin & Kathie Lee Gifford with a performance of ‘(Don’t Go Back To) Rockville’ on acoustic guitar


25 February 1992 – 34th Grammy Awards, Radio City Music Hall, New York, NY
notes: R.E.M. win Best Pop Performance By A Duo or Group With Vocal for ‘Losing My Religion’


26 February 1992 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, Japan
notes: Peter Buck interview for Japanese TV


February 1992 – CNN
notes: News report – 3 Grammy awards – brief comments from a Michael Stipe interview


February 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Mike Mills & Michael Stipe discuss their next LP, and that they won’t be touring to support it


30 March 1992 – ‘America At Risk: Seeds of Hope’, Turner Entertainment Co. & Tribune Broadcasting Co
notes: ‘Losing My Religion’ is used as the soundtrack. Studies the lives of six teenagers in Annapolis, Maryland, with respect to drug abuse, crime and gang violence and parental neglect. The six teenagers are given camcorders to videotape their own experiences


March 1992 – ‘Entertainment Tonight’, CBS TV, USA
notes: Feature on the ‘Rolling Stone’ end of year poll


9 May 1992 – ‘Saturday Night Live’, NBC, Studio 8H, NBC Studios, GE Building, New York, NY
notes: R.E.M. mention from Tom Hanks during a scene (Season 17, Episode 19)


June 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Michael Stipe discusses the newly passed Erotic Music Law


17 August 1992 – ‘Major Dad’, CBS, USA
notes: ‘Face the Music… and Dance: Part 1’ (Se1 Ep25) – Elizabeth is offered two tickets to an R.E.M. concert, but is unable to attend as she has to attend a father/daughter dance


18 September 1992 – ‘Singles’, Warner Bros., Atkinson Knickerbocker Productions, USA


September 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News report from the ‘Drive’ video shoot location


September 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: Mike Mills discusses whether or not R.E.M. will go out on the road to support ‘Automatic For The People’


September 1992 – ‘Automatic For The People’ – Official Teaser Advert, Warner Bros., USA


October 1992 – ‘WEA Presentation’, Athens, Georgia, USA


5 October 1992 – ‘Fanning Profiles’, Ireland
notes: Interview with Peter Buck on the ‘Automatic For The People’ release day


October 1992 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, Premiere TV Channel, Germany
notes: German language feature surrounding the recording and release of ‘Automatic For The People’. Clips mostly taken from the official 1992 electronic press kit


October 1992 – ‘All Mixed Up’, Super Channel, Europe
notes: Feature surrounding the recording and release of ‘Automatic For The People’. Clips mostly taken from the official 1992 electronic press kit


October 1992 – ‘Pop’, Tele 5, Grünwald, Germany
notes: Documentary surrounding the release of ‘Automatic For The People’


October 1992 – ‘Pop’, Tele 5, Grünwald, Germany
notes: Documentary surrounding the release of ‘Automatic For The People’


October 1992 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, ORF 1, Austria
notes: Documentary surrounding the release of ‘Automatic For The People’


October 1992 – ‘Day In Rock’, MTV, USA
notes: News story surrounding Michael Stipe welcoming Al Gore to Athens, GA


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: News story surrounding Michael Stipe welcoming Al Gore to Athens, GA – also Peter Buck & Mike Mills with their thoughts on the election


October 1992 – ‘The Big E’, ITV, UK
notes: Mike Mills discusses the negative aspects of ‘The American Way’, the current situation in Europe & collaborating


October 1992 – ‘All Mixed Up’, Super Channel, Europe
notes: Short interview excerpt with Michael Stipe, & new video for ‘Drive’


October 1992 – ‘Showbiz’, CNN, USA
notes: News feature surrounding the release of ‘Automatic For The People’


October 1992 – ‘MTV Top Twenty Countdown’, MTV, USA
notes: Mike Mills discusses whether or not R.E.M. will go out on the road to support ‘Automatic For The People’


October 1992 – ‘MTV Top Twenty Countdown’, MTV, USA
notes: Peter Buck discusses the ‘Automatic For The People’ recording process


October 1992 – ‘MTV Top Twenty Countdown’, MTV, USA
notes: Mike Mills discusses the influence that a city can have on the recording process


October 1992 – ‘MTV Top Twenty Countdown’, MTV, USA
notes: Peter Buck discusses a change in R.E.M. fans


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: Peter Buck discusses Jack Kerouac’s ‘On The Road’


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Peter Buck discusses Scott Litt as a producer


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: News featuring surrounding the recording & release of ‘Automatic For The People’, & origin of the albums title


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: Mike Mills & Peter Buck at the ‘Drive’ music video shoot from 26th August 1992 discussing music videos, Scott Litt, guest players on ‘Automatic For The People’ & not touring


 October 1992 – ‘MTV Xpo’, MTV, UK
notes:
Mike Mills discusses an example of Michael Stipe’s lyric writing process


October 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: News feature regarding when R.E.M. will tour next


October 1992 – ‘Showbiz Today’, CNN, Hollywood, USA
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October 1992 – ‘First Edition’, Good Day New York, New York, USA
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31 October 1992 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, USA
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19 November 1992 – 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
set: Me In Honey

notes: Amateur shot video, but audio is mixed from the soundboard source – perfect sound


November 1992 – ‘Week In Rock’, MTV, USA


December 1992 – ‘Day In Rock’, MTV, USA


December 1992 – ‘Day In Rock’, MTV, USA


December 1992 – ‘Unknown News Show’, NECN, Boston, MA, USA


December 1992 – ‘Past, Present & Future’, MTV, UK
notes: Documentary covering the bands career, up to and including the release of ‘Automatic For The People’


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘Rock The Vote’, USA
notes: ‘Drive’ used for this ‘Rock The Vote’ campaign ad


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: News story surrounding the ‘Choose of Lose’ campaign – with comments from Michael Stipe


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘Unknown TV Show’, USA
notes: Top 10 albums – ‘Automatic For The People’ at number 2


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘Pop Up Video’, VH-1
notes: ‘Everybody Hurts’ is featured


Unknown Date 1992 – ‘Pop Up Video’, VH-1
notes: ‘Man on The Moon’ is featured


4 January 1993 – ‘MTV’, USA
notes: Happy birthday Michael Stipe


17 January 1993 – ‘An American Reunion’, HBO, USA
notes: Excerpts of Michael Stipe’s speech in Washington, DC


17 January 1993 – MTV News, MTV, UK
notes: News story including excerpts of Michael Stipe’s speech in Washington, DC


20 January 1993 – ‘MTV Rock ‘n’ Roll Inaugural Ball’, Hall A, Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C.
Set: To Sir With Love / Candy Everybody Wants

notes: 10,000 Maniacs with Michael Stipe


20 January 1993 – ‘MTV Rock ‘n’ Roll Inaugural Ball’, Hall A, Washington Convention Center, Washington, D.C.
notes: ‘One’ performed by Automatic Baby – featuring Mike Mills, Michael Stipe, Larry Mullen Jr & The Edge from U2


January 1993 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: News story surrounding the ‘Rock For Choice’ benefit concert, including comments from Michael Stipe


January 1993 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, UK
notes: News story surrounding Bill Clinton’s welcome party, including comments from Mike Mills


January 1993 – ‘MTV News’, MTV, USA
notes: A roundup of ‘Presidential Week’ – featuring Michael Stipe & Mike Mills’ involvement


13 February 1993 – ‘Dream Makers Family Day Adventures In Storyland’, High Museum Of Art, Atlanta, GA
notes: Advert for the show where Mike Mills reads & sings ‘The Three Billy Goats Gruff’


15 February 1993 – ‘BRIT Awards’, Alexandra Palace, London
notes: R.E.M. win the Best International Group award, presented by Chrissie Hynde


15 February 1993 – ‘BRIT Awards’, Alexandra Palace, London
notes: Post-show interview with Mike Mills


7 April 1993 – ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’, Fox TV, USA
notes: ‘Senior Poll’ (Se3 Ep5) – ‘Man on The Moon’ is featured during this scene


26 July 1993 – ‘New Music’, Canada
notes: Interview with Peter Buck & Mike Mills


July/August 1993 – ‘WEA East/West Instore Video Compilation’, UK
notes:


31 August 1993 – ‘Open Rehearsal’, MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA
notes: Interview with the band


2 September 1993 – ‘Fax’, MuchMusic, Canada
notes: Peter Buck interview prior to the MTV Video Music Awards


2 September 1993 – ‘Opening Act’, MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA
notes: Pre-show interview with the band


2 September 1993 – MTV Video Music Awards, Universal Amphitheatre, Universal City, CA
notes: Post-show interview with the band


25 October 1993 – ‘Headline News’, CNN, USA
notes: ‘Shiny Happy People’ is used as a NASA wake up song


November 1993 – MTV News, MTV, USA
notes: News report mentioning 10 November 1993 Crocodile Café, Seattle, WA show


10 November 1993 – KOMO News 4, Seattle, WA, USA
notes: News report surrounding 10 November 1993 show at the Crocodile Café


15 November 1993 – ‘R.E.M. Day’ Commercial, MTV, UK
notes: Commercial for ‘R.E.M. Day’ during MTV’s ‘Big November’


Unknown Date 1993 – ‘Automatic For The People’ – Official Advert, Warner Bros., USA


Unknown Date 1993 – ‘Anton – The Sleeves’, MTV, UK
notes: Short R.E.M. excerpt from the MTV ‘Anton – The Sleeves’ Anton Corbijn feature


 

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