R.E.M.'s Automatic for the People will get a 25th anniversary reissue on November 10th.
The two-disc version has a remastered version of the 1992 album and a full live album, Live at the 40 Watt Club 11/19/92. The concert in the band's hometown of Athens, Georgia was their only live show that year.
The four-disc deluxe edition has the remastered album, the live album, 20 previously unreleased demos from the Automatic sessions and a Blu-ray that features the album mixed in Dolby Atmos, seven music videos and the original 1992 EPK video.
It will also be reissued on vinyl and digitally.
Automatic for the People was the second album in a row from R.E.M. that wasn't backed by a tour. Released on October 5th, 1992, it went on to sell more than four-million copies propelled by three Top 40 singles -- "Drive," "Man on the Moon" and "Everybody Hurts."