|Echo & the Bunnymen ranked|
All Echo & the Bunnymen albums ranked best to worst.
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The band's third LP was an experimental, weird post-punk opus. It's a dark, gothic masterpiece full of obtuse, hidden treasures that remains their best work.
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The iconic Bunnymen album is iconic for a reason. It's an unforgettably catchy, jangle-pop & post-punk hybrid with classic tunes for days.
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The peak of the reformation era, Siberia is a stunning and thunderous look back at everything that made the band great. It also brings a new ferocity to the table that excites well beyond expectations.
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Heaven Up Here
The band's second LP sets up the more gothic aspects that would inform the majority of their eighties output. It's dark and brooding and a lot of sinister fun.
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Echo & the Bunnymen's debut album is a pristine slice of alt-rock & post-punk. It's an energetically memorable beginning from a classic band.
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What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?
An album full of beautiful, stately ballads. It's calm, relaxing and epic. Easily one of the better reformation era albums. It also contains a couple of the band's best songs ever.
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Echo and The Bunnymen
AKA The Grey album. This 1987 LP led to the split of the Bunnymen. It's a decent enough pop album (albeit with quite a few flaws), but also represents the water line in terms of quality. Anything ranked lower than this is entering risky territory.
|8||Echo and The Bunnymen|
Echo & the Bunnymen return to genre of post-punk after an extended break. It's an enjoyable record with lashings of reverb and shoegaze. Certainly inessential but still nice enough.
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An odd dovetail into 1960's psychedelia, Flowers is probably the most offbeat Echo & the Bunnymen record. There's some halfway decent material on here, and it's fully committed to what it's trying to achieve. But I still don't really enjoy it that much.
|10||Echo and The Bunnymen|
Echo & the Bunnymen's comeback album has 'Nothing Lasts Forever' on it, which is brilliant. Unfortunately, the majority of the other songs are skippable at best. It's a very shaky addition to the discography.
|11||Echo and The Bunnymen|
The wheels are off, the car is knackered. This is the moment where the band completely ran out of steam. It's a boring, lazy record of weak self-parody. Avoid this one.
|12||Echo and The Bunnymen|
The album that was made with a different singer. Is it really an Echo & the Bunnymen album? Or is it an album by an inherently different band using the Echo & the Bunnymen name? Either way, it's a bad album full of really boring songs.