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Echo & The Bunnymen
The John Peel Sessions 1979-1983

One of Britain’s most august indie institutions, Echo & The Bunnymen present an archival dig for all of the sessions they recorded for the legendary John Peel during their formative years from 1979 to 1983. Many of the 21 songs - presented over two LPs / one CD - do not appear on their early albums, as the band actually used the sessions to experiment with new material. 
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The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon

Ian McCulloch and co. have never been timid or averse to grand gestures, so this album of “improved” studio re-recordings of past highlights is well within character. The track list hasn’t been disclosed at the time of writing, but is said to include some new songs alongside the reworked hits. It seems safe to say that if you’re in the market for something new by legendarily mouthy and self-confident northerners you could very easily do a lot worse. Available on double vinyl, CD and cassette.
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It's All Live Now

Mid-1980’s live recordings of Echo & The Bunnymen. It’s All Live Now offers the opportunity to hear both Bunnymen originals and a selection of rare covers, with songs originally by The Velvet Underground, Television and The Doors. Always interesting to hear rock greats engaging with the lineage. Vinyl release on Run Out Groove Vinyl.
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Live In London

‘Live In London’ is a commemorative set that features songs played live by 80s post-punk’s most enigmatic duo at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire, recorded in June 2014. The double disc CD includes Echo and The Bunnymen hits both new and old, such as the indelible ‘The Killing Moon’ and new single ‘Lovers on the Run’ taken from recently released full-length ‘Meteorites’, giving fans an opportunity to listen to tracks from the album live for the first time. 
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Never Stop


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Porcupine

Let's reissue every post-punk album ever and feel totally gloomy about it! Weatherbox are totally up for it, anyway, as they continue to celebrate the miserable body of work Echo & The Bunnymen have gifted us, the gloomiest of the gloomy, over the years. It's been over thirty years since 'Porcupine' came out, if you can believe that. The record demonstrated the enticingly wobbly voice of Ian McCulloch for the third time, while the guitars did a decent job of sounding like they were standing on the periphery of a flat earth, ready to fall off the side. 
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The Fountain


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Back of Love


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Seven Seas


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Shine So Hard


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Rescue


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Siberia


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Ocean Rain

'Ocean Moon' was initially released in 1984 by Echo & The Bunnymen, who are now recognised as one of the most formative post-punk bands. The record carried on the band's interest in using ornamenting arrangements to complement their despondent sound, including a string section, a la what the Waterboys did in order to make their simple rock music cinematic. It's arguably the softest entry in the Echo discography. Tracks: Silver Nocturnal Me Crystal Days The Yo-Yo Man Thorn of Crowns The Killing Moon Seven Seans My Kingdom Ocean Rain
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Echo & The Bunnymen

Album number five from Liverpool’s finest Echo & The Bunnymen, newly reissued on vinyl by Weatherbox! This was the band’s follow-up to the legendary Ocean Rain, and moves away somewhat from that album’s stringed masses to a more keyboard-led sound. Get in quick and your 180g double LP will be cut on clear vinyl!
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Evergreen


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