Echo And The Bunnymen


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"am i the happy loss
will i still recoil
when the skin is lost
am i the worthy cross
will i still be soiled
when the dirt is off

conquering myself until
i see another hurdle approaching
say we can say we will
not just another drop in the ocean

watch the fingers close
when the hands are cold"

another great liverpool band
with something to say
'bunnymen sound' to say it

>>By Helmet   (Sunday, 25 Jul 2004 18:32)

"...All hands on deck at dawn
Sailing to sadder shores
Your port in my heavy storms
Harbours the blackest thoughts
I’m at sea again
And now your hurricanes have brought down this ocean rain
To bathe me again
My ship’s a sail
Can you hear it’s tender frame
Screaming from beneath the waves
Screaming from beneath the waves..."

i love seeing Echo on the top of the list...simple pleasures

>>By giambotta   (Monday, 26 Jul 2004 10:14)

Does ANYBODY even know who i mean when i say me out here bunnymen!!!!!

>>By sheeva   (Friday, 27 Aug 2004 16:42)

HEY THELI.....dont get into a battle of wits with HELMET andGIAMBOTTA you dont have the ammo you nazi pig hahahahahahahahahahaaa!!!!!

>>By sheeva   (Friday, 27 Aug 2004 16:54)

Electrafixion is a band formed by Will Sergeant and Ian McCulloch (both of the Bunnymen) in the 90's that didnt last long and weren't that good if you ask me. Whose overcoat is longer? Helmet's or Giambotta's? One is dying to know!

>>By thom   (Sunday, 29 Aug 2004 01:29)

well hello....wonderful to see there are more Bunnymen out here in Flork land. I wasn't much of a fan of Electrafixion...I preferd Ian in...well yes thom his long overcoat, not his jean jacket.

>>By giambotta   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 07:28)

"All at sea again
And now my hurricanes have brought down this ocean rain
To bathe me again
My ship's a sail
Can you hear its tender frame
Screaming from beneath the waves
Screaming from beneath the waves

All hands on deck at dawn
Sailing to sadder shores
Your port in my heavy storms
Harbours the blackest thoughts..."

....kisses to Ian....and Bunnymen

>>By giambotta   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 07:31)

...oops i posted "Ocean Rain" twice. can't help it Ian coo's like a bird in the begining of the song

>>By giambotta   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 08:03)

Electrafixions "burned" album is fabulous......lowdown is the most amazing of tracks and with feel my pulse being a close second fave....i cant beat the bunnies....but that album i found love theres no need to nails so hold on hold on.....get back before you started thinkin about the things you sold on....sold onnnnnnn*massive guitar riff the crowd(or just sheeva) goes wild*.Respect to helmet and giambotta and thom....the true bunnies on flork.(me too of course)

>>By sheeva   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 19:07)

Ocean rain.....musical valium......i dare you to relax and listen and not go to sleep

>>By sheeva   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 19:09)

By the way.....what did you all think of candleland ians solo album?

>>By sheeva   (Monday, 30 Aug 2004 19:28)

I thought Candleland wasn't as strong as a Bunnymen album...but I do own it...and it is a delight to listen too.

"You once said I thought too much
But never thought enough to touch
Eyes so sad evergreen
The saddest eyes I've ever seen

Lost all reason and belonging
Can't do right for doing wrong and
I don't like the way I'm feeling
Need your faith faith and healing
Faith and healing
Faith and healing
Faith and healing..."

>>By giambotta   (Tuesday, 31 Aug 2004 05:09)

all b-(wo)men

anyone seen "Donnie Darko" ???
(i haven't)

it's getting re-released
in theatres
in a 'directors cut' version in a week or so
(i will check it out)

i've read that the song
'The Killing Moon"
is integral to the plot

what say you
bunny(wo)men ???

>>By Helmet   (Tuesday, 31 Aug 2004 05:42)

You know was on around my 100th time listening to candleland....the title track from the album before i realised,the female vocals were the cocteau twins....duh!

>>By sheeva   (Tuesday, 31 Aug 2004 10:10)

Crocodiles was my favourite Bunnymen album. I saw them live in Dundee around the time it came out, and a very good friend of mine at the time was the singer in the support band. I have to say I lost interest in them after that. Anyway, I always preferred Julian Cope (The Teardrop Explodes).

"I've been living through changes
It's not the same thing everyday.
I hope it's not my age but I wouldn't like to say"

It is all a very long time ago!

Who do you listen to now that's contemporary?

Kaz Mitchell

>>By kazmitchell   (Tuesday, 31 Aug 2004 11:39)

greetings bunnymen...i have not seen "Donnie Darko" but if they are going to re-release the movie then fabulous...i'll have myself pepped by listening to some E.B music.

well thank you sheeva i did not know about the cocteau twins on the never dawned on me...hmmm

kisses to all

>>By giambotta   (Wednesday, 1 Sep 2004 20:25)

more news for the Bunnymen out here...their working on a new album!!

>>By giambotta   (Thursday, 20 Jan 2005 20:59)

god they suck shit!!!! i mean, do u actaly call ths music? obviously u have no good taste at all to like these realy bad band

>>By F.O.X.Y.East_Coast_West_Side   (Friday, 21 Jan 2005 00:58)

Helmet, I appreciate your complete demolition of <#1litheboy>, but please do not critisize all Canadians because of one who was most likely an immigrant from far away Idiotville. I assure you that not all Canadians (such as me) hate the bunnymen for their stupid name like he does and not all enjoy the writing of Anne Rice. I think that your thrashing of <#1litheboy> was quite brilliant and exceptionally amusing. Also, we do not use the word Fudgepacker as an insult, a word which I had not heard of before coming to this discussion. Asshole, however, I must admit is a fairly common, if unoriginal, insult. I fear that it is used because there are, unfortunately, many people like <#1litheboy> who are not creative and will use whatever they hear on the telly. (I'm sorry to inform you as well that we don't use the term "telly") Fudgepacker, I would think, is an occupation used in Idiotville, where <#1litheboy> immigrated from. Most likely the least respected occupation since it was used by him, but I suspect that that is what his father and father's father and father's father's father and so on did for a living. I can only begin to imagine what a fudgepacker must do. Also, F.O.X.Y.East_Coast_West_Side, you are very stupid.

>>By Urbane   (Friday, 21 Jan 2005 01:38)

I regret to inform you that I have been informed of the meaning of the word Fudgepacker from my trusty internet dictionary and was not pleased by the results. I apologize for my ignorance, but think I would have been better off to have stayed ignorant. I am not at all happy with the fact that I now have a very detailed image of what a Fudgepacker would do.

Ahem... I would also like to say that I have seen Donnie Darko and really liked it, and also really like the song The Killing Moon, as well, I really like the Bunnymen and was very excited to see your latest post, Giambotta, because I've been getting kind of sick of listening to their old CDs not because I don't like them anymore, but because I've listened to them way too much. Also, in my first post here, I said the Bunnymen's stupid name, I apologize for this remark, for I was talking purely from <#1litheboy>'s point of view and not mine, I think that Echo and the Bunnymen is very good name.

>>By Urbane   (Friday, 21 Jan 2005 01:56)


"I want it now
I want it now
Not the promises of what tomorrow brings
I need to live in dreams today
I'm tired of the song that sorrow sings"

>>By giambotta   (Friday, 21 Jan 2005 09:20)

YAY! Finally able to post again after being banned indefinately! That's my favorite song by them right now Ms.G! I love it, it's probably the only one I haven't gotten tired of.

"Somebody wants you, someone out there.
Somebody needs you, somebody cares.
Somebody loves, someone somewhere.
...But if nobodies here...
(sorry, I'm kind of bad at listening and memorizing lyrics so I don't remembr the rest hehe)

>>By Urbane   (Thursday, 3 Feb 2005 00:49)

i was very displeased listening to these guys

>>By MetalBladeRecords   (Friday, 4 Feb 2005 19:01)

ahhhhh yes
the 'echo & the bunnymen' page
up & runnin' again
i too < urbane > have been berated by Herr Florkenfuhrer
for some of my posts here
oh well
i think i'll sit out on my deck
have a beer
play 'Crocodiles'
a little on the loud side

>>By Helmet   (Friday, 4 Feb 2005 23:32)

#litheboy has so kindly sent me a message trying to put me down and I must say he failed miserably. Of course, using the insults of those Idiotville immigrants, he has tried to hurt my feelings by telling me how stupid I am. Just barely able to grope through complexity of what he was typing down, he states being able to picture me in my parents basement for hours thinking of something to say to him. Of course, he was just copying this down from the most intricate of plots ever read in an Anne Rice novel. Nice try theli, but your just too dense.

Oh yeah... Bunnymen are the best!! Woo Hoo!

>>By Urbane   (Saturday, 5 Feb 2005 02:18)

i am very impressed with ocean rain. previously had only really heard crocodiles, and thought it was cool, but ocean rain is much better.

>>By styles   (Saturday, 5 Feb 2005 05:27)

their latest has been pushed back to august, last i heard.

>>By giambotta   (Friday, 8 Apr 2005 20:57)

Aww... I was hoping it's be sooner... Now I won't be able to sit at my cottage and blast the new Bunnymen CD for almost the entire summer! Talk about torture...

>>By Urbane   (Friday, 27 May 2005 00:35)

Uh... Are there no more bunny(wo)men on this site?

>>By Urbane   (Monday, 5 Sep 2005 06:00)

Bunny(wo)men, UNITE!

No? Alright....

Seriously, are there no fans for this greater than great band?

>>By Urbane   (Wednesday, 21 Sep 2005 03:12)

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