So I'm guessing I don't need to sell you on one of the biggest R.E.M. hits of all time. It's a great song, but it's not the only great song on the album. I love "Finest Worksong." "The One I Love" is a mix tape hit for girls with that one indie haircut where the back of their hair is shorter than the front (I still find that cut attractive though it is a decidedly 90's way to do your hair). There are plenty of good songs on this album. This is R.E.M. right at the beginning of their most commercially successful era, so you've probably heard and enjoyed some of these songs before.