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  • Audio CD (14 Nov. 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Warner
  • ASIN: B000025ZI8
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,613 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. The Game
2. Over You
3. Bedbugs & Ballyhoo
4. All In Your Mind
5. Bombers Bay
6. Lips Like Sugar
7. Lost and Found
8. New Direction
9. Blue Blue Ocean
10. Satellite
11. All My Life

Product Description

1 x CD Album
Europe 1987

1The Game3:50
2Over You4:01
3Bedbugs And Ballyhoo3:28
4All In Your Mind4:32
5Bombers Bay4:22
6Lips Like Sugar4:52
7Lost And Found3:37
8New Direction4:45
9Blue Blue Ocean5:08
10Satellite3:04
11All My Life4:07

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Gary Williams on 30 May 2001
Format: Audio CD
This album, often referd to as 'The Grey Album', is generally regarded by fans as the worst of the Bunnymens first 5 albums. Indeed, it also comes in for some severe criticism by fans. I have never understood this stance. Overall, I feel it is a most underated album.
The first track `The Game`, also a single, is a splendid opener and a fine `pop` tune. It sounds as good today, as it did in 1987, if not better. 'Over You' continues in much the same vein, nice tune, good lyrics, as are most of McCulloch`s.
One point of interest, Ray Manzarek of Doors fame, appears on keyboards on this album, and track 3 'Bedbugs and Ballyhoo' would be out of place on a Doors album. Still played live today, it is a Bunnymen classic.
'All In Your Mind', is similar in syle to 'Over You' as is 'Bombers Bay'.
Without a doubt, the best track on the album and indeed any Bunnymen album, is 'Lips Like Sugar', a live gem, and also a single.
Whilst the remainding tracks do not get within a 100 metres of 'Lips Like Sugar', they are still very good tracks. 'New Direction' being the best of the remaining 5 tracks.
The problem that most fans have with this albuym, is that it did not have an obvious theme. This said, I still believe, this will one day be regarded as a great Bunnymen moment.
It was also the last time that the original band members performed an album together, with drummer Pete De Freitas being killed in a motorcycle accident.
I enjoy this album for what it has, rather than what it has not.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By nuno faria on 7 Jun. 2013
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
i recommend this Echo & the bunnymen album this is diferent from the others albuns of them it is more commercial but is very nice
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A Great Disc All by Itself 16 Oct. 2001
By Stephen M. Hess - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Fortunately (or not) this was my introduction to Echo and the Bunnymen fourteen years ago. I had been curious about them, and by the time I finally got around to checking them out, this was their latest release. It is an excellent album by any fair evaluation.
I quickly listened to their earlier albums as well, and I can see why some fans who had known that stuff first might have been a little disappointed by this one, because it is different and does seem to try to cater to more of a general "pop" audience. But without holding it too accountable to sound like earlier albums, it is an excellent one in its own right with some of the best pop songs ever written: "Bedbugs and Ballyhoo," "Lips Like Sugar," "Bombers Bay." There are a few bland tracks here and there, but there's not a truly unlistenable one to be found.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
An Excellent Release With Lasting Appeal 6 Nov. 1998
By Loren - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Echo & the Bunnymen are one of rock's great contributions. Fronted by Ian McCulloch, the Bunnymen deliver consistently excellent recordings, and this self-named 1987 release is no exception. The lyrics alternate between the surreal and delightfully depressing. Always, though, are they delivered in McCulloch's inimitable, heart-achingly earnest style. For the surreal, try: I dream of my days as a desert farmer, Living my life on the fat of the sand. Or for the delightfully depressing, try: All the ghosts have gathered round me, Come to tell me of a change. In the darkness that surrounds me, I am falling down again. And then there's the Bunnymen's music. It's endearingly complex; the songs sound fresh and new with repeated plays. Will Sergeant's guitar work, in particular, is outstanding. "Lips Like Sugar" is the best of the bunch, but all are good. Buy it, then buy their greatest hits collection, "Songs to Learn & Sing -- The Hits."
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I hate writing one-line summaries! 11 Oct. 1998
By GeoX - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This, like all of the Bunnymen's albums, is quite good. In contrast to its predecessor, Ocean Rain, the arrangements here are fairly subdued, and Mac's singing is less overwrought. That does make the album feel less textured, and as a result less interesting, but there are some fine songs to be heard here. All in Your Mind is full of good old-fashioned angst (I pray, and nothing happens/Jesus, it's all in my mind), and has a killer tune to boot, as does the somewhat Doorsish Bedbugs and Ballyhoo. Lips like Sugar, Bombers Bay, and Blue Blue Ocean are also standouts. All in all, if you like the Bunnymen you should get this album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Grey Album 22 Jan. 2002
By Henry An - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 1987 album was considered to be the group's breakthrough in the U.S., but personally this is not their finest hour, although the album contains great tracks like "The Game" and "Lips Like Sugar". I liked the original versions of "Bedbugs And Ballyhoo" and "Over You" (a.k.a. "Ship Of Fools"). Ironically, this record led to their downfall. A year later, the group disbanded.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Weak effort 11 April 2001
By Scott McFarland - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
Much more bland, and containing less of the band's identity, than their previous 4 albums or than any of the subsequent albums they put out under this name.
Which is not to say there is not some good music in here. "Lips Like Sugar" is an effective distillation of the band's floating psychedelia. "The Game" is a great song. Most of the rest of this is disposable stuff though. It took them years to slog through making this album ... it was quite a disappointment at the time to those of us who expected greatness from them.
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