Vinyl Review: Echo and the Bunnymen -- It’s All Live Now
From fan-vote reissue label Run Out Groove comes It’s All Live Now,Â a compilation of Echo and the Bunnymen live tracks recorded in the mid-â80s. Beating out a Solomon Burke best-of and a repress of Secret Machinesâ Now Here is Nowhere, we get eight covers and two early originals from the Liverpool post-punk act.
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Tracklisted…with Laura Brehm
Much like the classic mixtape, Tracklisted presents a collection of songs under a selected theme, which you can check out below. Click on the provided Spotify playlist and listen to this weekâs arrangement while you read a few words about the selections.
GHOST IN THE SHELL (1995)
GHOST IN THE SHELL (1995) / COMPOSER: KENJI KAWAI / LABEL: WE RELEASE WHATEVER THE FUCK WE WANT / RELEAE DATE: OUT NOW
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