In 1989 REM released their Green album on Warner Brothers. This is the record that launched them from college rock darlings to indie rock godfathers.
Of course there were a few singles. Of course they offered up a few non-album B-Sides.
REM - Stand b/w Memphis Train Blues (Warner Brothers 1989)
This one sported a cover of a young Michael Stipe running or something. The back featured a young shirtless Peter Buck
The label featured a pinwheel. Fitting with the carnival nature of the song. The B-Side is about 40 seconds long.
REM - Get Up b/w Funtime (Warner Brothers 1989)
The second single from the album. the B-Side is cover from Iggy Pop's The Idiot album. The B-Side was recorded and mixed in four minutes.
REM - Pop Song 89 (Album Version) b/w Pop Song 89 (Acoustic Version)
And then one more without a picture sleeve. B-side is an acoustic take of the A-Side