If music be their food of love, read on:
R.E.M. rarities remhq.com
Twenty-five years ago R.E.M. took another unexpected turn with “Automatic for the People,” an album that spawned such hits as “Man on the Moon” and “Everybody Hurts.” It also revealed a more sparse, emotional and heart-wrenching side of the band. A three-disc edition, with a Blu-ray, commemorates the release with never-before-heard rarities. $85. remhq.com
Wilco, reissued wilco-reissue-store.com
Over the past two-plus decades, Chicago’s adventurous rock band Wilco has continually reinvented itself. Its first two albums — “A.M.” and “Being...