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Turquoise Days: The Weird World of Echo and the Bunnymen

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Echo and the Bunnymen combine the rawness and venom of New York punk with the moody textures of groups like the Doors and the Velvet Underground. A major force in English post-punk, the band remains an enduring presence on the music scene thanks to Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant’s exceptional songwriting skills and irresistible hooks. Turquoise Days covers the band’s enti ...more
Paperback, 225 pages
Published July 24th 2002 by Soft Skull Press
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Ben
Ian McCulloch, lead singer:

"He was as wet as they come, Morrissey. Like, if in doubt, east vegetables. Sod off. 'Meat Is Murder.' What a soddin' paltry, pathetic thing to say. I mean, try telling that to a cow."

"Elvis Costello? Bloody terrible. Have you seen him on the telly? All fat and sweaty. Looks horrible. Can't dance, either."

(on his first encounter with Bono, before appearing on th same TV show): "Bono is penguining around the studio, wearing his big Orson Welles hat and these ridiculous
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Grasshoppergirl
As Cynic said it best: It's the Bunnymen and it's my childhood. That said, for those who don't know about the band, the members, the history or the music; there's magic here for you too.
Mark
Great scrapbook-like guide to the band's history and recorded work. If you're a fan, it's fascinating.
Cynic
It's the Bunnymen; it's my childhood; enough said.
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