Streetside: The R.E.M. generation gathers for an evening of tribute 

Trying to understand why men of a certain age love R.E.M.

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For certain rock fans born between, let's say, 1960 and 1980, R.E.M. represents something approaching a religion. I consider myself a respectable R.E.M. fan — I have most of the band's records, I like a lot of its songs, and they always…

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