was all over FM radio and large amphitheatres via the celebrated releases Green, Out of Time, Automatic for the People and Monster.
What does AFTP stand for?
AFTP stands for Automatic for the People (R.E.M. album)
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We have 14 other meanings of AFTP in our Acronym Attic
- Air Force Technical Order Index (web site)
- Air Force Technical Order Index Change
- Additional Flight Training Period (US Air Force)
- Additional Flying Training Period
- Agri-Food Trade Program (Canada)
- Aircrew Flight Training Period
- Anonymous File Transfer Protocol
- APPC (Advanced Program-to-Program Communication) File Transfer Protocol (computer applications)
- Art for the People (Takoma Park, MD)
- Association Francophone des Types Psychologiques (French: French Association of Psychological Types)
- Air Force Teleprocessing Center
- Address Family Transition Router (open source software)
- Air Force Training Record
- Air Force Training Ribbon
- American Federal Tax Reports (Prentice-Hall)
- American Fiberglass Tank Repair, LLC (Plymouth, NH)
- Americans For Tax Reform
- Atomic Frequency Time Reference
- atrophy, fasciculation, tremor, rigidity
- American Federation of Television & Radio Artists
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For the rest of the 80s and early 90s they were a staple of college radio, touring constantly before they broke into the big time with albums Out Of Time and Automatic For The People.
Over the years they released 15 studio albums, including 1983's Murmur and 1991's Automatic For The People.
I suspect, like me, it all goes a bit hazy 6 most afer their 1992 Automatic For The People album.
The track Monty Got A Raw Deal on REM's Automatic for the People album is about Montgomery Clift.
Gradually built up a cult then mainstream following with albums like Green, Out of Time and Automatic For The People.
Spin writes rather breathlessly, "They haven't sounded this surprised with themselves since 1998's Up, haven't made an album this consistent since 1992's Automatic for the People, and haven't redlined so engagingly since 1986's Life's Rich Pageant.
Fans of REM's early work will enjoy the explosive guitars and heavy clout of 'Man-Sized Wreath' and 'Accelerate', those who cherished Out of Time and Automatic for the People are rewarded with joyful 'Supernatural Superserious' and poignant 'Until the Day Is Done'.