Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Not necessarily worth the import.
Chris Houston | Ohio | 06/16/2000
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is quite possibly the weakest link in the series of singles from Monster. First, it was only released outside of the U.S. so if you live here, like me, you will have to import this disc if you wish to own it. And for what you get, that may or may not necessarily be a wise thing to do. We have all heard Whats the Frequency Kenneth? and Bang and Blame many times, and the live versions are pretty much similar to the studio ones. They are good songs, but there is nothing too new here. Basically the only saving grace about this single is the version of I Don't Sleep, I Dream which I am a fan of. Again it is nothing special or new, but it is good enough to (maybe) warrant importing. Get the other singles first, and if you really like them, maybe you should invest in this one too."
penguin1875 | 06/21/2000
(4 out of 5 stars)
""Tongue", originally from "Monster", is a great song, although very different. Micheal Stipe sings this in a very high-pitched voice. It starts and finishes sweet, but sour lyrics and a callous guitar solo make it a near perfect balance."