Flowers is the ninth studio album released by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen in May 2001. It reached number 56 on the UK Albums Chart. The album was recorded at the Elevator Studios in Liverpool and the Bryn Derwyn Studios in Wales and produced by Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, with additional production by Pete Coleman. Flowers included the singles "It's Alright" and "Make Me Shine". All tracks written by Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant. King of Kings" – 4:24. SuperMellowMan" – 4:58.
Flowers is the ninth studio album released by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen in May 2001.
Complete your Echo And The Bunnymen collection. Echo And The Bunnymen. Flowers (CD, Album). Pony Canyon Entertainment (Pacific) Ltd. PCPI0090-2. TND 236.
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I've been laying down the flowers I've been waiting in the sun I've been counting down the hours One by one One by one. I've been catching my reflection I'm still looking at someone Still perfecting imperfection Like everyone Every no one. I even saw it come Knew the hit would run and run And I, as it came undone Knew that I'd lost everything Everything I'd won. Here's to all the things we'll never Here's to all we could have done Here's to what became whatever Whatever web we spun, web we spun
Echo And The Bunnymen: best 2 tracks. Echo And The Bunnymen - The Killing Moon Songs To Learn And Sing, 2004 05:46. Echo And The Bunnymen - Over The Wall Live At The Royal Albert Hall, 2008 06:51. Artist: Echo And The Bunnymen.
They're older, but an ignited passion remains central. What Are You Going to Do With Your Life? was more or less a lackluster Ian McCulloch effort, but the mediocrity of that album was twisted into a clear beauty for Echo's ninth album, Flowers.
Band Name Echo And The Bunnymen. Released date February 2001. Labels Cooking Vinyl. Music StylePost-punk. Members owning this album3. Other productions from Echo And The Bunnymen.
Of course, because Flowers doesn't maintain the urgency of Echo and the Bunnymen's early records, it's not the place to begin any investigation into their trippy delights.
|1||Kings Of Kings|
|3||Hide & Seek|
|4||Make Me Shine|
|9||Life Goes On|
|10||An Eternity Turns|
|11||Burn For Me|
|COOK 208||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (LP, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK 208||UK||2001|
|PCPI0090-2||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Pony Canyon Entertainment (Pacific) Ltd.||PCPI0090-2||Hong Kong||2001|
|CVJCD002||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||CVJCD002||Japan||2001|
|COOK CD 208||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl||COOK CD 208||UK||2001|
|COOK CD 208, COOKCD 208||Echo And The Bunnymen*||Flowers (CD, Album)||Cooking Vinyl, Spinart Records, Cooking Vinyl||COOK CD 208, COOKCD 208||US||2001|