Echo & the Bunnymen is the fifth studio album by the English post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen, their last with drummer Pete de Freitas, who died in 1989 in a motorcycle accident, aged 27. The album was produced by Laurie Latham who recorded the album in Germany, Belgium, London and Liverpool; this followed an aborted attempt at recording the album without de Freitas and with producer Gil Norton.
Producer, Engineer – The Bunnymen (tracks: 17). Reissue Producer – Andy Zax, Bill Inglot. Remastered By – Bill Inglot, Dan Hersch. Vocals, Guitar – Ian McCulloch. Written-By – Ian McCulloch, Les Pattinson, Pete De Freitas, Will Sergeant. Korova B-side (21/5/82). 12 to 16: Early versions recorded during the Porcupine album sessions. 17: Recorded at Rak Recording Studios, London. Originally issued on single only. Korova single (8/7/83) and Sire single (1983). Actual durations in the tracklisting slightly deviate from the ones printed.
Echo And The Bunnymen Ocean Rain on LP This is another new one off the greatest album ever made. It’s called My Kingdom. org Dark scene music.
Echo & the Bunnymen are an English rock band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bassist Les Pattinson, supplemented by a drum machine. By 1980, Pete de Freitas joined as the band's drummer. Their 1980 debut album, Crocodiles, went into the top 20 of the UK Albums Chart
The Bunnymen hit the ground running, and their debut album is a stunning statement of purpose, with McCulloch already in full dramatic swing and the band at their most straightforward- any band that uses as much reverb as this one is hard to label "raw," but "Pride" and "Do It Clean" nonetheless hit hard, and "Rescue", with Sergeant's massive opening. The Bunnymen mellowed to a degree for their fourth album, the widely acclaimed Ocean Rain, but all it did was cause them to get weirder. The album is stuffed with queasy midtempo tracks and bizarre orchestration, but it's by no means impenetrable. The strangest song, "Yo Yo Man" limps through skewed verses, building to McCulloch's refrain, "I'm the yo yo man/ Always up and down," which triggers a startling interjection by vigorously bowed strings, percussion and Sergeant's spastic guitar.
There is no comparison Between things about to have been Missing the point of our mission Will we become misshapen? A change of heart Will force the nail Nailed to the door To all avail. There are no divisions Between things about to collide Hitting the floor with our vision A focus at some point arrives. A change of mind Will force the nail To hit the head And set the sail. There is no comparison Between things about to have been).
Echo & The Bunnymen Lyrics. There is no comparison Between things about to have been Missing the point of our mission Will we become misshapen? A change of heart Will force the nail Nailed to the door To all avail.
Tracklist: 1. The Cutter, 2. Back Of Love, 3. My White Devil, 4. Clay, 5. Porcupine, 6. Heads Will Roll, 7. Ripeness, 8. Higher Hell, 9. Gods Will Be Gods, 10. In Bluer Skies.
|A2||Back Of Love|
|A3||My White Devil|
|B1||Heads Will Roll|
|B4||Gods Will Be Gods|
|B5||In Bluer Skies|
|KODE 6, 240027-1||Echo & The Bunnymen||Porcupine (LP, Album)||Korova, WEA||KODE 6, 240027-1||UK & Europe||1983|
|P-11288||Echo & The Bunnymen||Porcupine (LP, Album, Promo)||Korova, WEA||P-11288||Japan||1983|
|240027 1||Echo & The Bunnymen||Porcupine (LP, Album)||WEA, Korova||240027 1||New Zealand||1983|
|KODE 6, 240027-1||Echo & The Bunnymen||Porcupine (CD, Album)||Korova, WEA||KODE 6, 240027-1||Japan||1983|
|24. 0027-4, Code 6||Echo & The Bunnymen||Porcupine (Cass, Album, Pap)||Korova, Korova||24. 0027-4, Code 6||UK & Europe||1983|