Divded into a “Post” side and a “Script” side, this was one of my favorite R.E.M. releases of the 80s, with the unofficial subtitle from the rear cover: “We do sountracks, a virtuous compost, Being a Compendium Of Oddities Collared and B-sides compiled.”

“Voice of Harold” was a completely different vocal improvised over the track from “Seven Chinese Brothers,” and there were great covers: “Femme Fatale,” “There She Goes Again,” and “Pale Blue Eyes” from the Velvet Underground, plus Pylon’s Crazy and Roger Miller’s “King of The Road.”

My vinyl copy via Beverly Coin & Jewelry in Beverly MA (I had it on CD in the 80s).