A 25th anniversary edition of R.E.M.'s Automatic for the People will be released this fall.
The package will come out on a brand-new re-issue label called Craft Recordings.
The original album hit number-two in October 1992 and went on to sell over four-million copies with hits like "Man on the Moon" and "Everybody Hurts."
A fan on Twitter told bassist Mike Mills that he couldn't wait to hear the unreleased material from that era, and Mills replied, "It will be good."
In other R.E.M. news, Peter Buck joined Wilco bassist John Stiratt to cover "The Flowers of Guatemala" from Life's Rich Pageant for the documentary Finding Oscar. The cover is streaming now on SoundCloud.