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8 thoughts on “ Nocturnal Me - Echo & The Bunnymen - Ocean Rain (Cassette, Album)

  1. The Cutter cassette, which contains the title tune plus four live Peel session tracks, was also packaged in with initial UK quantities of Porcupine. The Seven Seas EP is available as a five-song inch (with LP tracks from Ocean Rain and Crocodiles) and as a seven-song doublepack The Peel session EP predates the first LP, and contains live.
  2. Ocean Rain, an Album by Echo & The Bunnymen. Released 29 September on Rhino (catalog no. ; CD). Genres: Post-Punk.
  3. (Redirected from Nocturnal Me) Ocean Rain is the fourth studio album by the English post-punk band Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released on 4 May and reached number four on the UK Albums Chart, number 87 on the United States Billboard , number 41 on the Canadian RPM Albums and number 22 on the Swedish cielimnahoubozycimortlogtiodapho.coinfo: New wave.
  4. Editors’ Notes By the time of their fourth album, ’s Ocean Rain, Echo and the Bunnymen had begrudgingly accepted that they were part of a musical wave that might never achieve mainstream UK and US acceptance. Their blend of retros psychedelic pop and ‘80s new wave aggression fared far better in England where the group’s distinct Englishness was easier to assimilate in an era when the U.
  5. Song: Nocturnal Me Artist: Echo And The Bunnymen Album: Ocean Rain () Tabbed by: Trifonas E-mail: [email protected] Notes in brackets are bass notes and can be played to add drama:) [Intro] Dm Am Dm Am [Verse] Am In an ice-capped fire Am Of burning wood Am In our world of wire E (AbBD) Am Ignite our dreams of starry skies Am And.
  6. An album that works end to end, Ocean Rain is Echo & the Bunnymen's moment in the sun. The grand, majestic strings, the band's obvious energy and Ian McCulloch's borderline nonsense lyrics mesh perfectly, creating an album with roots in Psychedelic/Baroque Pop and Post-Punk while maintaining its own identity. One of the finer records you could hope to track down.

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