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Echo & The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain Album
Performer: Echo & The Bunnymen
Title: Ocean Rain
Style: New Wave
Year 1984
Country Philippines
Label Warner Bros. Records
Catalog Number 240388-1
Genre: Rock
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 137
MP3 size: 1582 mb
FLAC size: 1469 mb
WMA size: 2167 mb
Record From: Vinyl, LP, Album

Echo & The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain Album


1Thorn Of Crowns4:50
3Nocturnal Me4:54
4The Yo Yo Man3:11
5The Killing Moon5:46
6My Kingdom4:06
7Seven Seas3:19
8Crystal Days2:24
9Ocean Rain5:10


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KODE 8, KODE.8, 240 388-1Echo & The Bunnymen Ocean Rain ‎(LP, Album)Korova, Korova, KorovaKODE 8, KODE.8, 240 388-1UK & Europe1984
240388-4Echo & The Bunnymen Ocean Rain ‎(Cass, Album)WEA240388-4New Zealand1984
5186-50451-5Echo & The Bunnymen Ocean Rain ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD)Rhino Records , Korova5186-50451-5Europe2008
2292-40388-2Echo & The Bunnymen Ocean Rain ‎(CD, Album, RE)WEA, Korova2292-40388-2EuropeUnknown
240 388-1, KODE 8, KODE.8Echo & The Bunnymen Ocean Rain ‎(LP, Album)Korova, Korova, Korova240 388-1, KODE 8, KODE.8Europe1984


  • Arranged By [Orchestral]Adam Peters
  • BassLes Pattinson
  • CelloAdam Peters
  • DrumsPete De Freitas
  • EngineerGil Norton, Henri Lonstan
  • Engineer [Assistant]Jean-Yves
  • GuitarWill Sergeant
  • Lyrics ByIan McCulloch
  • Mixed ByThe Bunnymen, Gil Norton
  • PianoAdam Peters
  • VocalsIan McCulloch


Ocean Rain - Echo & the Bunnymen. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Echo & The Bunnymen. The second side of the album is a good as Echo & The Bunnymen gets tough. Alongside the ace singles The Killing Moon and Seven Seas there is My Kingdom with its upbeat joyful guitar and bassline interplay, and then to finish it off, maybe their finest track ever: Ocean Rain. A genius decision to employ real strings instead of tacky DX7's. Ocean Rain is the fourth studio album by the English post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released on 4 May 1984 and reached number four on the UK Albums Chart, number 87 on the United States Billboard 200, number 41 on the Canadian RPM 100 Albums and number 22 on the Swedish chart. Since 1984 the album has been certified gold by the British Phonographic Industry. Ocean Rain includes the singles The Killing Moon, Silver and Seven Seas. On 16 September 2008, Echo & the Bunnymen played a concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, playing the album with the backing of a 16-piece & Expanded Version 2003 Channeling the lessons of the experimental Porcupine into more conventional and simple structural parameters, Ocean Rain emerges as Echo & the Bunnymen's most beautiful and memorable effort. Ornamenting Ian McCulloch's most consistently strong collection of songs to date with subdued guitar textures, sweeping string arrangements, and hauntingly evocative production, the album is dramatic and majestic The Killing Moon, Ocean Rain's emotional centerpiece, remains the group's unrivalled pinnacle. Songs in album Ec. Echo & the Bunnymen. Ocean Rain. Channeling the lessons of the experimental Porcupine into more conventional and simple structural parameters, Ocean Rain emerges as Echo & the Bunnymen's most beautiful and memorable effort. Echo and the Bunnymen seem to have a knack for picking out relatively brilliant cover art. While their major label debut, Echo and the Bunnymen , may be nothing worth calling home about, all of its predecessors have had brilliant art. Many of the tracks on Ocean Rain are perfect singles, capable of becoming huge hits as well as captivating any fan of Indie music. Crystal Days and Seven Seas , specifically, have about as much mainstream potential as anything ever released in the 1980s possible exception: a-has Take On Me . Of all the seminal GothPost-Punk vocalists, Ian McCulloch may be my favorite. Watch the video for Ocean Rain from Echo & the Bunnymen's Ocean Rain for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. By the time of their debut album, 1980's Crocodiles - a moderate UK hit - the drum machine had been replaced by Pete de Freitas. Their next, the critically-acclaimed Heaven Up Here, reached the Top Ten in 1981, as did 1983's Porcupine and '84's Ocean Rain. Sing read more. Echo & the Bunnymen are a British Post-punk band formed in Liverpool in 1978. The original line-up consisted of Ian McCulloch of The Crucial Three, Will Sergeant and Les Pattinson. Th read more. Genre: Post-Punk. This album is the anthem of the starry night sky, it compliments the pool of orange and yellow gaslight under the majestic terris, which spills out over the cobblestone's tinged with with violet and rose-golden. That's just the picture I get. Vibes - waterfall. The Bunnymen mellowed to a degree for their fourth album, the widely acclaimed Ocean Rain, but all it did was cause them to get weirder. The album is stuffed with queasy midtempo tracks and bizarre orchestration, but it's by no means impenetrable. The strangest song, Yo Yo Man limps through skewed verses, building to McCulloch's refrain, I'm the yo yo man Always up and down, which triggers a startling interjection by vigorously bowed strings, percussion and Sergeant's spastic guitar. Most of the album is considerably less warped, but a chilly, haunt