Craft Recordings brings a popular compilation back to vinyl for the first time in 15 years. In Time: The Best of R.E.M. 1988-2003 was originally released in 2003 and collected 18 tracks from the band’s post-IRS era, including their biggest hits (“Losing My Religion,” “Man On the Moon,” “Stand,” Everybody Hurts”), soundtrack recordings (“All the Right Friends,” “The Great Beyond”), collaborations (“E-Bow the Letter” with Patti Smith), and then-new recordings (“Bad Day” and “Animal”). In all, it’s a well-curated sampler of fifteen years’ worth of material from their Warner Bros. catalog that has been certified multi-platinum in territories worldwide. The 2-LP collection will be available on audiophile-quality, 180-gram black vinyl and Barnes and Noble-exclusive translucent blue vinyl configurations. R.E.M.’s online shop will also offer exclusive merchandise bundles for the set.