What Are You Going to Do With Your Life
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This album is the classic Bunnymen sound, but from guys now late 30s, early 40s, calming down a bit and writing about theirs and our world and experiences. We should love it as much as we loved them doing the same for us 20 years ago, when we were 20-odd too. OK, it hasn't got the big hits, but I'm nearly 40 and I don't care about hits... I find myself playing this album to death. How many acts are this good, 20 years on? I honestly can't think of even one.
In 1979(ish) I heard one of the Bunnymen's first John Peel sessions and they blew me away, twenty years later they did the same again. Mac's voice is better than ever and Will hasn't lost any of his guitar-playing flair, the songs are beautifully crafted. Soon I found that the only album I was listening to in work was this one. Then my wife borrowed it and I didn't see it again for a month. it's that sort of album, the songs get under your skin. Even if I didn't hear the album again for ten years, or twenty, I'm sure I'd find myself singing along with every word when I next heard it.
I owe the Bunnyman a lot, they gave me a soundtrack for my teenage years and now they've given me some beauty to enjoy in my thirties. I really can't tell you how much I enjoy this album.
This is the one for the money, This is the one for the show.
It may take a few listens to fully appreciate, but if you give this album time, you can congratulate yourself on finding the greatest lost gem of the past 10 years.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not a readily available disc but a good price and received it within a couple of days. Well packed - no probs.Published 3 months ago by JRP
There are some good songs on this. It's more like an Ian McCulloch solo album than a Bunnymen one, in my mind.Published 16 months ago by L Collier
if you've ever loved someone be it wife husband mother father or child. There is a song or just a line that will mean something to you.Published 21 months ago by mike norris
After "Nothing Lasts Forever", this is my next fav Bunnymen album. Ian's voice is the best I have ever heard it. Read morePublished 23 months ago by holy roller
Excellent. Echo and the Bunnymen produce good record after record, Some great tunes/lyrics on this CDPublished on 3 July 2014 by Brockster
I was initially taken aback by this smoother more produced sound but after several listenings I've come to love this album. Read morePublished on 15 Dec. 2012 by M. J. D. Crowley
What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?
Is the eighth studio album by Echo & the Bunnymen. But is not Echo as we know them Les Pattinson had left under a black cloud, Pete... Read more