Echo & the Bunnymen - Meteorites
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Based on 13 reviews
2014 Ratings: #772 / 845
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Based on 14 ratings
May 26, 2014 / Release Date
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429 / Label
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What used to make Ian McCullough's songwriting amazing and different has been nearly 100% lost. An overly repetitive album also includes shallow sounding lyrics, sometimes even very trite; as if they're completely out of ideas and have nothing left to say. You can't force music, especially when you're a once iconic avant-garde act. "Lovers on the Run" is the only song which tries to recapture the classic Echo sound, and still fails, being contrived and meaningless. ... read more
The disappointment of the year.
Or why isn't mr. McCulloch spending his time producing,writing,taking photos or even gardening!
There comes a point in time when youth is given over to aging. Drugs become tougher to acquire or use... And, the creative spark that heated the nuts of McCulloch has dropped 1500 Fahrenheit leaving me with the option to return to 'Heaven Up Here' over and over again. And then there's this... [Shaking my head]...
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Track List

  1. Lovers On the Run
  2. Is This a Breakdown?
  3. Holy Moses
  4. Meteorites
  5. Explosions
  6. Icarus
  7. I Loved the Devil
  8. Constantinople
  9. Market Town
  10. New Horizons
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Added on: May 19, 2014