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“Ignoreland” is the eighth track from R.E.M.‘s studio album Automatic for the People. The song was not released as a single, but had chart positions on the Modern Rock and Mainstream Rock charts. “Ignoreland” is the sixth song by R.E.M. not to be released as a single while having a chart position. The previous song unreleased with a chart position by the band was a cover of Leonard Cohen’s “First We Take Manhattan”, which was released as a B-side to “Drive”. The song’s lyrical content is political, referring to the conditions of the United States during the Presidencies of Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush. The band members have been quoted as saying that they were not entirely happy with the production of the song on the album, and the song was not played live... Read on...

Song lines: ♪ Yeah, yeah, yeah, ignoreland. Yeah, yeah, yeah, ignoreland ... Defense, defense, defense, defense. Yeah, yeah, yeah ... Heartless, and labeled. Super US citizen, super achiever

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