Echo And The Bunnymen Crocodiles

Echo and The Bunnymen - Crocodiles (1980) {2003 Warner Remaster}

Echo and The Bunnymen - Crocodiles (1980) {2003 Warner Remaster}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC+CUE+LOG -> 472 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 159 Mb
Full Artwork @ 300 dpi (jpg) -> 33 Mb
© 2003 Sire / Rhino / Warner | 2564-61161-2
Rock / New Wave / Neo Psychedelia / Post Punk


Echo and The Bunnymen - Crocodiles (1980) {2003 Warner Remaster}

Emerging from Liverpool, England in 1980, Echo and the Bunnymen were hailed as the vanguard of a new psychedelic-rock movement. While vocalist Ian McCulloch's cryptic lyrics and Will Sergeant's colorful guitar arrangements do evoke the dark, brooding intensity of '60s groups like the Doors, Echo and the Bunnymen owed more to English post-punk than '60s rock. Featuring songs that range from the supercharged three-chord garage rock of "Do It Clean" and the crashing album opener, "Going Up," to the hazy neo-psychedelia of "Villiers Terrace" and "Pictures on My Wall," CROCODILES is a remarkably good debut, one that established Echo and the Bunnymen as one of most creative and charismatic English rock bands of the '80s.

Echo And The Bunnymen - Crocodiles  

Posted by kr.severo at May 22, 2008
Echo And The Bunnymen - Crocodiles

Echo And The Bunnymen - Crocodiles
MP3 | 192 Kbps | 92,0 Mb

Echo And The Bunnymen - Ballyhoo  

Posted by kr.severo at May 22, 2008
Echo And The Bunnymen - Ballyhoo

Echo And The Bunnymen - Ballyhoo
MP3 | 192 Kbps | 92,7Mb

Echo And The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here  

Posted by kr.severo at May 22, 2008
Echo And The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here

Echo And The Bunnymen - Heaven Up Here
MP3 | 101Mb | 192 Kbps

Echo and Bunnymen - Meteorites (2014)  Music

Posted by jclane at Dec. 12, 2014
Echo and Bunnymen - Meteorites (2014)

Echo and Bunnymen - Meteorites (2014)
EAC Rip | FLAC Tracks + Cue + Log - 370 MB | MP3 CBR @320 kbps - 113 MB | Full scans - 17.8 MB
Label: Caroline / 429 Records | Catalog.#: FTN17991 | Genre: Indie Rock, Neo-Psychedelia

After they reunited in the mid-'90s, Echo & the Bunnymen cranked out album after album of decent-to-good material, spotlighting Ian McCulloch's ageless vocals and the band's sure way with a dramatic hook. For 2014's Meteorites, the duo of McCulloch and guitarist Will Sergeant turned to legendary producer Youth to help guide the album, and came up with a record that compares favorably to the best work of their original run in the '80s.

Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean rain (1984)  

Posted by martinius at July 27, 2007
Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean rain (1984)

Echo & the Bunnymen - Ocean rain (1984)
APE + CUE + COVERS + LOG ( 209 MB ) | MP3 + COVERS + LOG ( 89 MB ) | Time: 37:11

Echo And The Bunnymen are a gravely underrated post-punk band from Britain, alongside better-known contemporaries such as Joy Division, The Cure, The Smiths, and U2. Their albums had a great deal of influence on the alternative genre, starting back in 1980 with the excellent debut Crocodiles and continuing throughout the '80s.
1984's Ocean Rain was perhaps one of their best releases. Similar to its predecessor Porcupine (which is now back in print as a remaster), Ocean Rain features a gorgeous string section that serves to bolster the four-piece band's sound. Compared the more insular and dark, occasionally bleak previous albums, Ocean Rain is brighter and more expansive (dare I say poppier) yet still cryptic and mysterious. It doesn't "rock" as much as some of their previous work, but Ocean Rain still offers plenty of ear candy.

The Polish Hearst: Ameryka-Echo and the Public Role of the Immigrant Press  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Feb. 4, 2017
The Polish Hearst: Ameryka-Echo and the Public Role of the Immigrant Press

The Polish Hearst: Ameryka-Echo and the Public Role of the Immigrant Press (History of Communication) by Anna D Jaroszynska-Kirchmann
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0252039092 | 304 pages | PDF | 8 MB

The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge (1985)  Music

Posted by frangarbla at June 9, 2010
The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge (1985)

The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge
EAC secure mode (FLAC image+cue+log) + MP3 (320 kbps CBR) | 426.40 Mb (FLAC) + 141.40 Mb (MP3) | 57:20 minutes | Info & covers.
rock, alternative | Statik Records, Recorded in 1983. Cd published on July 10, 1955

The Chameleons - Script Of The Bridge (1985)

"Don't Fall", "Second Skin" or "Pleasure And Pain" are icons of the way that existentialism is grafted onto the notes of a song in ways that remain long after the originating years have passed. Yes, Script Of The Bridge is a masterpiece of intellecutal voice and guitar that also has the capacity to rock, and do so very, very loud...

Echo & The Bunnymen - The Fountain (2009)  Music

Posted by rlangdon at Oct. 26, 2009
Echo & The Bunnymen - The Fountain (2009)

Echo & The Bunnymen - The Fountain (2009)
MP3 | VBR - 320 kbps | RAR | 63 MB
Genre - Rock

Long running UK vets, Echo and the Bunnymen bring us The Fountain. The
Fountain is a massive return to form. Its a powerful album that sees the Bunnymen back to their very best and with a truly modern.

Echo & the Bunnymen - Flowers (2001)  Music

Posted by martinius at Oct. 4, 2007
Echo & the Bunnymen - Flowers (2001)

Echo & the Bunnymen - Flowers (2001)
Alt. Rock Pop | EAC APE+CUE+LOG (326 MB) | EAC LAME CBR320 MP3+LOG (113 MB) | covers | Total time: 45:28

Flowers, the third creditable installment of Echo and the Bunnymen's second honeymoon period, finds the stylish, duopolistic musical nucleus of Ian McCulloch's vocal somnolence and Will Sergeant's Eastern guitar mystique newly augmented by the work of bassist Alex Gleave, drummer Vinny Jamieson, and keyboard player Ceri James. Subtle psychedelic touches of theremin, organ, and backwards guitar pursue the colorization of a few monochromatic areas but, for the most part, Flowers is less the work of a new broom and more the affirmation of the Bunnymen's vintage vibe. Therefore, the opening "King of Kings" (think the Doors' "When the Music's Over") wouldn't sound out of sorts on Ocean Rain, while the pronounced garage pop of "Make Me Shine" and "Life Goes On" both build on past endeavors with a newly insistent, radiant vitality. The album's centerpiece–the careworn, love-scarred lamentation of the title track–exudes hard-earned maturity. And maturity is beginning to suit Echo and the Bunnymen very well indeed. –Kevin Maidment (amazon.com)