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Ocean Rain (Deluxe Version)


Download links and information about Ocean Rain (Deluxe Version) by Echo & The Bunnymen. This album was released in 1984 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic genres. It contains 17 tracks with total duration of 01:13:18 minutes.

Artist: Echo & The Bunnymen
Release date: 1984
Genre: Rock, Alternative, Psychedelic
Tracks: 17
Duration: 01:13:18
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No. Title Length
1. Silver 3:19
2. Nocturnal Me 4:57
3. Crystal Days 2:24
4. The Yo Yo Man 3:10
5. Thorn of Crowns 4:52
6. The Killing Moon 5:48
7. Seven Seas 3:19
8. My Kingdom 4:05
9. Ocean Rain 5:12
10. Angels and Devils 4:22
11. All You Need Is Love (Life At Brian's) 6:42
12. The Killing Moon (Life At Brian's) 3:25
13. Stars Are Stars (Life At Brian's) 3:05
14. Villiers Terrace (Life At Brian's) 6:00
15. Silver (Life At Brian's) 3:22
16. My Kingdom (Live - The Crystal Day, 05/12/1984) 3:58
17. Ocean Rain (Live - The Crystal Day, 05/12/1984) 5:18



By the time of their fourth album, 1984’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 retro-60s 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.S. was celebrating the heartland rock of John Cougar Mellencamp and Bruce Springsteen. But that didn’t stop the group from trying to make the most challenging and accessible music of its career. The band advertised Ocean Rain as “the greatest album ever made.” While that’s a serious bit of overhype, the album does contain several group highlights. The otherworldly shimmer and singer Ian McCulloch’s British Jim Morrison come-on for “The Killing Moon” makes it a serious candidate for the band’s finest track. “Silver” and “Nocturnal Me” explore the moody temperament that made the band natural favorites among emotionally high-strung adolescents. The deluxe edition contains a generous helping of tracks recorded for the Life at Brian’s television show, including a straight-forward cover of the Beatles’ “All You Need is Love.”