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- Automatic for the People (Dolby Atmos for Headphones - FLAC) ADHDerby

Dolby Atmos for Headphones delivers a premium, immersive headphone experience.

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I'm a big surround music fan and made this album so I can listen it in surround
through headphones on a smartphone or any portable player. The source of this
release is the Dolby Atmos track from the 25th Anniversary Blu-ray (Deluxe
Edition). I've recorded the output in Windows 10 using the Dolby Atmos for
Headphones add-on (Dolby Access app).

Genre: Rock
Style: Alternative Rock, Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Release Date: November 10, 2017
Original Release: October 5, 1992
Label: Craft Recordings - 00888072029842
Source: Blu-ray, Dolby Atmos 48/24 7.1
Resampler: Adobe Audition
Sample rate: 44100 Hz
Bits per sample: 16
Codec: FLAC

Automatic for the People is the eighth studio album by American alternative rock
band R.E.M., released on October 5, 1992 by Warner Bros. Records. Upon release, it
reached number two on the US albums chart and yielded six singles. The album has
sold 18 million copies worldwide and has been received well by critics.

Despite R.E.M.'s initial desire to make an album of rocking, guitar-dominated songs

after Out of Time, music critic David Fricke noted that instead Automatic for the
People "seems to move at an even more agonized crawl" than the band's previous
release. Peter Buck took the lead in suggesting the new direction for the album.
The album dealt with themes of loss and mourning inspired by "that sense of [...]
turning 30", according to Buck. "The world that we'd been involved in had
disappeared, the world of H�sker D� and The Replacements, all that had gone [...]
We were just in a different place and that worked its way out musically and
lyrically." "Sweetness Follows", "Drive", and "Monty Got a Raw Deal" in particular
expressed much darker themes than any of the band's previous material.

The songs "Drive", "The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite", "Everybody Hurts", and
"Nightswimming" feature string arrangements by former Led Zeppelin bassist John
Paul Jones. Fricke stated, "ballads, in fact, define the record," and noted that
the album featured only three "rockers": "Ignoreland", "The Sidewinder Sleeps
Tonite" and "Man on the Moon".

"It pretty much went according to plan," Litt reported. "Compared to Monster, it
was a walk in the park. Out of Time had an orchestral arrangement�so, when we did
Automatic, judging where Michael was going with the words, we wanted to scale it
down and make it more intimate." (Source: Wikipedia)


01. Drive (4:32)

02. Try Not To Breathe (3:50)
03. The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite (4:08)
04. Everybody Hurts (5:20)
05. New Orleans Instrumental No. 1 (2:16)
06. Sweetness Follows (4:22)
07. Monty Got A Raw Deal (3:19)
08. Ignoreland (4:27)
09. Star Me Kitten (3:16)
10. Man On The Moon (5:14)
11. Nightswimming (4:18)
12. Find The River (3:54)


13. Photograph (3:36)