Echo And The Bunnymen - Flowers download album
Released in 2001, twenty-one years after they released their 1980 Sire Records debut, Crocodiles, Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant bring us the second t. .
Flowers is the ninth studio album released by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen in May 2001. It reached number 56 on the UK Albums Chart. The album was recorded at the Elevator Studios in Liverpool and the Bryn Derwyn Studios in Wales and produced by Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, with additional production by Pete Coleman. Flowers included the singles "It's Alright" and "Make Me Shine". All tracks written by Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant. King of Kings" – 4:24. SuperMellowMan" – 4:58.
Band Name Echo And The Bunnymen. Released date February 2001. Labels Cooking Vinyl. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album3. 9. Life Goes on. 10. An Eternity Turns. Echo And The Bunnymen. Other productions from Echo And The Bunnymen.
Echo And The Bunnymen. Flowers (LP, Album). Flowers (CD, Album). Pony Canyon Entertainment (Pacific) Ltd. PCPI0090-2. TND 236.
Echo & The Bunnymen : Flowers. It's hardly 'The Cutter', but it can just about handle the mustard. Yet while McCulloch is lyrically peering into the abyss marked Middle Age and trading in his big coat for a tasteful Pacamac, musically the Bunnymen – a walking ’80s revival since 1997 – are far from dribbling into their dog food. flowers’ adds little but a Beatlesome jangle and some comfortable footwear to the Bunny blueprint laid out in ‘Ocean Rain’ in 1984 (chiming
Evergreen (Echo & the Bunnymen album). Evergreen is the seventh studio album by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen. It is their first album since reforming after they disbanded in 1993. Vocalist Ian McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant had previously worked together as Electrafixion before they were rejoined by bassist Les Pattinson under the name Echo & the Bunnymen in early 1997.
I've been laying down the flowers I've been waiting in the sun I've been counting down the hours One by one One by one. I've been catching my reflection I'm still looking at someone Still perfecting imperfection Like everyone Every no one. I even saw it come Knew the hit would run and run And I, as it came undone Knew that I'd lost everything Everything I'd won. Here's to all the things we'll never Here's to all we could have done Here's to what became whatever Whatever web we spun, web we spun
Genre: Alternative Rock. Because Flowers doesn't maintain the urgency of Echo and the Bunnymen's early records, it's not the place to begin any investigation into their trippy delights.
|1||King Of Kings||4:23|
|3||Hide & Seek||4:07|
|4||Make Me Shine||3:53|
|9||Life Goes On||3:59|
|10||An Eternity Turns||4:02|
|11||Burn For Me||3:41|
- Design, Photography – Andrew Swainson
- Engineer [Assistant] – Mike Hunter*
- Management – Peasy, Pete Byrne*
- Mastered By – David Blackman
- Producer [Assistant], Engineer, Mixed By – Pete Coleman
- Producer [Pro-tools] – Stu Reed
- Producer, Written-By – Ian McCulloch, Will Sergeant
NotesRecorded at Elevator Studios, Liverpool and Bryn Derwyn Studios, Snowdonia
Mixed at The Dairy Studios, London and Parr Street Studios, Liverpool
Mastered at Hiltongrove, London
Original cover photograph courtesy of The State Historical Society Of Wisconsin
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|COOK 208||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (LP, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK 208||UK||2001|
|PCPI0090-2||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Pony Canyon Entertainment (Pacific) Ltd.||PCPI0090-2||Hong Kong||2001|
|TND 236||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||True North||TND 236||Canada||2001|
|CVJCD002||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||CVJCD002||Japan||2001|
|COOK CD 208||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK CD 208||UK||2001|