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* RearrangeTheSong: ''The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon'' consists almost entirely of orchestral re-recordings of the band's old hits, with two new songs thrown in for good measure.


* ''Crocodiles'' - (1980)
* ''Heaven Up Here'' - (1981)
* ''Porcupine'' - (1983)
* ''Ocean Rain'' - (1984)
* ''Echo & the Bunnymen'' - (1987)
* ''Reverberation'' - (1990)
* ''Evergreen'' - (1997)
* ''What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?'' - (1999)
* ''Flowers'' - (2001)
* ''Siberia'' - (2005)
* ''The Fountain'' - (2009)
* ''Meteorites'' - (2014)
* ''The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon'' - (2018)

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* ''Crocodiles'' - (1980)
* ''Heaven Up Here'' - (1981)
* ''Porcupine'' - (1983)
* ''Ocean Rain'' - (1984)
* ''Echo & the Bunnymen'' - (1987)
* ''Reverberation'' - (1990)
* ''Evergreen'' - (1997)
* ''What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?'' - (1999)
* ''Flowers'' - (2001)
* ''Siberia'' - (2005)
* ''The Fountain'' - (2009)
* ''Meteorites'' - (2014)
* ''The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon'' - (2018)



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* AlternativeRockAlternativeRock: Like many other PostPunk acts, the band were a major influence on the movement and eventually hopped on board as the 80's progressed.



* NewSoundAlbum: The SelfTitledAlbum marked the point where the band shed the last vestiges of PostPunk and fully embraced AlternativeRock, while still maintaining their psychedelic core.



* OddballInTheSeries: ''Reverberation'', the band's only album without Ian among their lineup (being replaced by North Irish singer Noel Burke) and the most overtly psychedelic album they ever put out.



* PostPunk: {{Trope Codifier}}s of its darker side alongside bands like Music/TheCure and Music/JoyDivision.

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* PostPunk: {{Trope Codifier}}s of its darker side side, alongside bands like Music/TheCure and Music/JoyDivision.



* SelfTitledAlbum: Their 1987 album

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* SelfTitledAlbum: Their 1987 albumalbum.

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** Will explained the actual meaning of the name.
--> ''We had this mate who kept suggesting all these names like The Daz Men or Glisserol and the Fan Extractors. Echo and the Bunnymen was one of them. I thought it was just as stupid as the rest.''



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* ''The Stars, The Oceans & The Moon'' - (2018)


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* PostPunk: Famous for it, to the point of being TropeCodifiers along with bands like The Cure and Joy Division.

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* PostPunk: Famous for it, to the point {{Trope Codifier}}s of being TropeCodifiers along with its darker side alongside bands like The Cure Music/TheCure and Joy Division.Music/JoyDivision.


* TheEighties

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* TheEightiesTheEighties: Active during them, and the sound of "Killing Moon" in any T.V show or film is more or less shorthand for "This series takes place in the '80's, and is probably about goths or at least miserable people".



* NonIndicativeName: There's no one named Echo in the band. People think it was the name of the band's drum machine from before Pete de Freitas joined, but the band have denied this.

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* NonIndicativeName: There's no one named Echo in the band. People think Urban legend had it that "Echo" was the name of the band's drum machine from before prior to gaining Pete de Freitas joined, Freitas, but the band have denied this.



* PostPunk

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* PostPunkPostPunk: Famous for it, to the point of being TropeCodifiers along with bands like The Cure and Joy Division.


''Of every lie you've heard"''\\

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- "Bring on the Dancing Horses"

'''Echo & the Bunnymen''' are a PostPunk PsychedelicRock band from Liverpool, England. They were part of the Neo-Psychedelic scene in Liverpool before breaking out in TheEighties with popular albums and singles like ''Crocodiles'' and "The Cutter", reaching their peak in 1984 with ''Ocean Rain''. Singer Ian [=McCulloch=] left the band in 1988 to start a solo career, and after the death of drummer Pete de Freitas and a brief reformation with Irish singer Noel Burke, [=McCulloch=] and guitarist Will Sergeant reformed in 1997. The band are currently still performing and recording, with their RevolvingDoorBand lineup always centered around [=McCulloch=] and Sergeant.

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- -->-- "Bring on the Dancing Horses"

'''Echo Echo & the Bunnymen''' Bunnymen are a PostPunk PsychedelicRock band from Liverpool, England. They were part of the Neo-Psychedelic scene in Liverpool before breaking out in TheEighties with popular albums and singles like ''Crocodiles'' and "The Cutter", reaching their peak in 1984 with ''Ocean Rain''. Singer Ian [=McCulloch=] left the band in 1988 to start a solo career, and after the death of drummer Pete de Freitas and a brief reformation with Irish singer Noel Burke, [=McCulloch=] and guitarist Will Sergeant reformed in 1997. The band are currently still performing and recording, with their RevolvingDoorBand lineup always centered around [=McCulloch=] and Sergeant.


Echo & the Bunnymen are a PostPunk PsychedelicRock band from Liverpool, England. They were part of the Neo-Psychedelic scene in Liverpool before breaking out in TheEighties with popular albums and singles like ''Crocodiles'' and "The Cutter", reaching their peak in 1984 with ''Ocean Rain''. Singer Ian [=McCulloch=] left the band in 1988 to start a solo career, and after the death of drummer Pete de Freitas and a brief reformation with Irish singer Noel Burke, [=McCulloch=] and guitarist Will Sergeant reformed in 1997. The band are currently still performing and recording, with their RevolvingDoorBand lineup always centered around [=McCulloch=] and Sergeant.

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Echo '''Echo & the Bunnymen Bunnymen''' are a PostPunk PsychedelicRock band from Liverpool, England. They were part of the Neo-Psychedelic scene in Liverpool before breaking out in TheEighties with popular albums and singles like ''Crocodiles'' and "The Cutter", reaching their peak in 1984 with ''Ocean Rain''. Singer Ian [=McCulloch=] left the band in 1988 to start a solo career, and after the death of drummer Pete de Freitas and a brief reformation with Irish singer Noel Burke, [=McCulloch=] and guitarist Will Sergeant reformed in 1997. The band are currently still performing and recording, with their RevolvingDoorBand lineup always centered around [=McCulloch=] and Sergeant.

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* MohsScaleOfRockAndMetalHardness: Much of their work falls into the 3-4 range, with some going up to about a 5 and a decent number going down to 2. "The Killing Moon", for example, is a good example of the latter.


* GothRock: One of the PostPunk forerunners with their darker work, particularly 1981's ''Heaven Up Here'' with its dark, nightmarish tone and tribal drumming.

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* GothRock: One of the PostPunk forerunners with their darker work, particularly 1981's ''Heaven Up Here'' with its dark, nightmarish tone and tribal drumming.drumming, and 1984's ''Ocean Rain'' and its nighttime romanticism.

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* CallBack: ''Evergreen'''s album art mimics that of their first album, ''Crocodiles''.

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* CoverVersion: Two of Music/TheDoors: "People Are Strange" and "Ship of Fools"

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* LooksLikeCesare: Ian and his wild, dark hair.

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