13. Collapse Into Now (2011): The final R.E.M. full-length, Collapse Into Now possesses the character of at least being an acknowledgement that the end was nigh. If the last vestiges of marriage counseling ever had an accompanying album, it would be this one. Mike Mills' harmonies on the unfortunately named first single "Mine Smell Like Honey" feel like an attempt to express "I still love this band or at least I love what this band was." Amongst the post-Bill Berry albums, this is one of the more energetic efforts, perhaps owing to its inevitable, end-of-a-long-run feel.