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    First released in 2001, Flowers is the ninth studio album by Liverpudlian post-punk legends Echo and the Bunnymen Written and produced by founding members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, the album is imbued with the classic Bunnymen sound on highlights including It’s Alright, Make Me Shine and King of...
  • Recorded in 2005 as the follow up to Flowers, Siberia is the tenth studio album by Liverpudlian post-punk legends Echo and the Bunnymen Siberia was produced by Hugh Jones (who had previously produced the band’s 1981 classic Heaven Up Here) and was written by founding Bunnymen members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant 25 years on...
  • Porcupine is Echo & The Bunnymen’s most profound and personal album from their early period Weathering band turmoil, rejections from their record company and spans of songwriting drought, the group emerged with a passionate and compelling set of songs described by vocalist Ian McCulloch as “coming to terms with the...

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