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The discography of Echo & the Bunnymen, an English post-punk band which formed in 1978, consists of twelve studio albums, ten live albums, nine compilation albums, eight extended plays (EP), and thirty singles on Zoo Records; WEA and its subsidiaries, Korova, Sire Records, London Records and Rhino; Cooking Vinyl; and Ocean Rain Records, as well as five music VHS/DVDs, and twenty-two music videos.

Redirected from Echo and the Bunnymen (album)). Echo & the Bunnymen is the fifth studio album by the English post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen, their last with drummer Pete de Freitas, who died in 1989 in a motorcycle accident, aged 27. The album was produced by Laurie Latham who recorded the album in Germany, Belgium, London and Liverpool; this followed an aborted attempt at recording the album without de Freitas and with producer Gil Norton.

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Echo and the Bunnymen are Ian McCulloch, vocals and Will Sergeant on guitar. They formed in Liverpool in 1978 with bassist Les Pattinson. Shortly afterwards they recruited Pete De Freitas and the rest they say is history.

Bunnymen, Bunnymen, The, Echo & Bunnymen, Echo & The Bunneymen, Echo + The Bunnymen, Echo And The Bunnymen, The Bunneymen, The Bunnymen, エコー&ザ・バニーメン. The whole album is a tour de force of quality musicianship, true emotion and edge - as are their next 4 full lengths in their own right. These guys were way ahead of their time and were excellent live. With Ian McCulloch channeling his inner Morrison, along side the killer riffs of Will Sergeant and a steady rhythm section, they found some much deserved crossover fame with some later tunes like Lips Like Sugar, The Killing Moon and Bring On The Dancing Horses.

Echo & the Bunnymen returned with new material in the summer of 1987, releasing the single "The Game" and a self-titled album. Echo & the Bunnymen became their biggest American hit, peaking at number 51; it was a success in England as well, reaching number four. However, the album indicated that the group was in a musical holding pattern. At the end of 1988, McCulloch left the band to pursue a solo career; the rest of the band decided to continue without the singer. Tragedy hit the band in the summer of 1989 when de Freitas was killed in an auto accident

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