Top Echo & The Bunnymen Albums
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The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983
The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983
[2019]
The Stars, The Oceans & the Moon
The Stars, The Oceans & the Moon
[2018]
Nothing Lasts Forever
Nothing Lasts Forever
[2016]
Live in London 2014
Live in London 2014
[2014]
Meteorites
Meteorites
[2014]
Do It Clean : Crocodiles/Heaven Up Here Live
Do It Clean : Crocodiles/Heaven Up Here Live
[2011]
iTunes Live from Glasgow - EP
iTunes Live from Glasgow - EP
[2009]
The Fountain
The Fountain
[2009]
Think I Need It Too
Think I Need It Too
[2009]
Ocean Rain Live 2008
Ocean Rain Live 2008
[2009]
Echo & The Bunnymen - Live At the Royal Albert Hall
Echo & The Bunnymen - Live At the Royal Albert Hall
[2008]
B-Sides and Live (2001-2005)
B-Sides and Live (2001-2005)
[2007]
Me, I'm All Smiles
Me, I'm All Smiles
[2006]
In the Margins - EP
In the Margins - EP
[2005]
Siberia
Siberia
[2005]
Stormy Weather - EP
Stormy Weather - EP
[2005]
Ocean Rain
Ocean Rain
[2004]
Live In Liverpool
Live In Liverpool
[2002]
Crystal Days 1979-1999 (Box Set)
Crystal Days 1979-1999 (Box Set)
[2001]
Flowers
Flowers
[2001]
What Are You Going to Do With Your Life?
What Are You Going to Do With Your Life?
[1999]
Evergreen
Evergreen
[1997]
Live In Concert
Live In Concert
[1991]
Reverberation
Reverberation
[1990]
Songs to Learn and Sing
Songs to Learn and Sing
[1985]
Echo & the Bunnymen
Echo & the Bunnymen
[1984]
Porcupine
Porcupine
[1983]
Heaven Up Here
Heaven Up Here
[1981]
Crocodiles
Crocodiles
[1980]
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Do It Clean Rescue Silver The Back Of Love The Killing Moon Crocodiles All I Want Stars Are Stars (the Life At Brian's Sessions) Gods Will Be Gods Bedbugs And Ballyhoo Who's Been Sleeping In My Head All That Jazz A Promise Altamont Blue Blue Ocean Empire State Halo Bombers Bay Everybody Knows Angels & Devils Buried Alive Baseball Bill Forgiven Burn For Me I'll Fly Tonight Get In The Car Going Up Heaven Up Here Just A Touch Away Lips Like Sugar It's Alright King Of Kings Higher Hell Lowdown Never Stop The Disease Supermellow Man Satellite Rust Start Again Stormy Weather Over You Seven Seas The Cutter The Game Thorn Of Crowns Turquoise Days With A Hip Over Your Shoulder Simple Stuff In Bluer Skies Ripeness Nothing Lasts Forever Villiers Terrace Happy Death Men Too Young To Kneel Crystal Days Evergreen Flowers Zimbo Zephyr Read It In Books The Flickering Wall The White Hotel What Are You Going To Do With Your Life Too Far Gone When It All Blows Over Watchtower Thick Skinned World The Yo Yo Man Antelope Baby Rain Broke My Neck All In Your Mind Bed Of Nails All My Colours An Eternity Turns Devilment Timebomb Pictures On My Wall I Want To Be There Life Goes On False Goodbyes It Was A Pleasure Don't Let It Get You Down Horse's Head Colour Me In Monkeys No Dark Things Flaming Red Clay Enlighten Me Cut & Dried Heads Will Roll King Of Your Castle Feel My Pulse Lost & Found Morning Sun Freaks Dwell History Chimes Fools Like Us Ocean Rain In My Time Candleland People Are Strange Gone, Gone, Gone Lost On You Hide & Seek Polly In Bloom Faith & Healing I Know You Well My White Devil Nocturnal Me My Kingdom New Direction Make Me Shine Mirrorball Over The Wall All My Life Bring On The Dancing Horses Hit By Something Pride Sister Pain Porcupine Proud To Fall Senseless The Puppet Show Of Strength The Cape All You Need Is Love (Life At Brian's) Hole In The Holy Jimmy Brown (Early Version Of Bring On The Dancing Horses) What If We Are Fuel In The Margins All Because Of You Days Everything Kills You Parthenon Drive Make Us Blind Scissors In The Sand Sideways Eight Siberia Of A Life
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Related Information for Echo & The Bunnymen
Echo & the Bunnymen are a British Post-punk band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of Ian McCulloch (of The Crucial Three), Will Sergeant and Les Pattinson. There are many stories, probably apocryphal, that the quartet was completed by a drum machine known as "Echo".By the time of their debut album, 1980's Crocodiles - a moderate UK hit - the drum machine had been replaced by Pete de Freitas. Their next, the critically-acclaimed Heaven Up Here, reached the Top Ten in 1981, as did 1983's Porcupine and '84's Ocean Rain. Singles like "The Killing Moon" (later used in the soundtrack to Donnie Darko, a film whose imagery owed much to the artwork of the band's early record... read more