Echo And The Bunnymen to release 25th anniversary edition of Evergreen

Echo And The Bunnymen

“Someone asked me the other day why I reunited Echo And The Bunnymen,” Ian McCulloch had said in 1997. “Well, I haven’t. I’ve re-ignited the Bunnymen.”

A 25th anniversary edition of Echo And The Bunnymen’s seventh studio album Evergreen will be released on November 18th.

It’s an album perhaps best remembered now for Nothing Lasts Forever; a track featuring Liam Gallagher on backing vocals after Will Sergeant, Les Pattinson and Ian McCulloch – back recording together in January 1997 after over half-a-decade apart – at the time happened to share the Doghouse studios in Henley-on-Thames with Oasis.

The hit single is to be joined on the 2CD version by a bonus disc of live cuts and radio sessions, including four recorded at The Kilburn National in 1997.

Evergreen tracklist (2CD 25 Year Anniversary Edition):

CD1;
Don’t Let It Get You Down
In My Time
I Want To Be There (When You Come)
Evergreen
I’ll Fly Tonight
Nothing Lasts Forever
Baseball Bill
Altamont
Just A Touch Away
Empire State Halo
Too Young To Kneel
Forgiven
Watchtower
Polly
Hurricane
Colour Me In
Antelope
Jonny

CD2;
I Want To Be There (When You Come) (Live At The Improv Theatre, 1999)
Rescue (Live At The Improv Theatre, 1999)
Lips Like Sugar (Live At The Improv Theatre, 1999)
Bedbugs And Ballyhoo (Live At The Improv Theatre, 1999)
Nothing Lasts Forever (Radio One Jo Whiley Session, 1997)
The Killing Moon (Radio One Jo Whiley Session, 1997)
Baseball Bill (Live At The Kilburn National, 1997)
Just A Touch Away (Live At The Kilburn National, 1997)
I’ll Fly Tonight (Live At The Kilburn National, 1997)
Altamont (Live At The Kilburn National, 1997)+
Lips Like Sugar (Whyt Radio Acoustic Version, 1997)
I Want To Be There (When You Come) (Whyt Radio Acoustic Version, 1997)
The Killing Moon (Whyt Radio Acoustic Version, 1997)
Forgiven (GLR Robert Elms Acoustic Session, 1997)
Nothing Lasts Forever (Radio One Live Lounge Session, 1999)



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