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Echo & The Bunnymen - What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? mp3 track

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Performer: Echo & The Bunnymen
Title: What Are You Going To Do With Your Life?
Country: US
Released: 1999
Style: Indie Rock
Category: Rock
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Tracklist

1 What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? 5:11
2 Rust 5:09
3 Get In The Car 4:21
4 Baby Rain 4:17
5 History Chimes 3:26
6 Lost On You 4:50
7 Morning Sun 4:12
8 When It All Blows Over 2:55
9 Fools Like Us 4:04

Credits

  • Arranged By [Strings] – Ed Shearmur* (tracks: 9), Nick Ingman (tracks: 1, 2, 4, 7)
  • Backing Vocals – Paul Williams
  • Bass – Guy Pratt, Les Pattinson (tracks: 9)
  • Design – Stylorouge
  • Drums – Jeremy Stacey, Michael Lee (tracks: 4)
  • Guitar – Will Sergeant
  • Mastered By – Frank Arkwright
  • Mixed By – Alan Douglas (tracks: 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9), Mark "Spike" Stent* (tracks: 2, 4)
  • Percussion – Harry Morgan
  • Performer – Fun Lovin' Criminals (tracks: 3, 8)
  • Photography [Inner Sleeve] – Kevin Westenberg
  • Photography [Outer Sleeve] – Andrew Douglas
  • Producer – Alan Douglas , Echo & The Bunnymen
  • Recorded By – Alan Douglas
  • Recorded By [Assistant] – Andrea Wright
  • Strings, Woodwind, Brass – The London Metropolitan Orchestra
  • Vocals, Guitar – Ian McCulloch

Notes

Manufactured And Distributed by Warner Music Australia.

℗ & © 1999 London Records 90 Ltd.

Tracks 3 & 8 Fun Lovin' Criminals appear courtesy of Chrysalis Records. Special thanks to Heinz, Peasey, Huey, Fast & Stevo.

Recorded at The Doghouse, Parr Street, Olympic, BBC Maida Vale & CTS.
Mastered at The Townhouse Post Production.

Track-times taken from Exact Audio Copy values, not listed on release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 325583 002069

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
31066-2 Echo & The Bunnymen What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? ‎(CD, Album) London Records 31066-2 US 1999
2 27195 Echo & The Bunnymen What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? ‎(CD, Album) London Records 2 27195 Canada 1999
3984 27195-4 Echo & The Bunnymen What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? ‎(Cass, Album) London Records 3984 27195-4 Philippines 1999
LP28061-2 Echo & The Bunnymen What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? ‎(LP, Unofficial) London Records LP28061-2 Europe 2016
POCD-1296 Echo & The Bunnymen What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? ‎(CD, Album) London Records POCD-1296 Japan 1999

What Are You Going to Do with Your Life? is the eighth studio album by the English rock band Echo & the Bunnymen. The album saw the departure of bassist Les Pattinson from the group, partly due to disagreements with vocalist Ian McCulloch; McCulloch and the remaining band member, guitarist Will Sergeant, subsequently recorded the record with session musicians.

The self-examining lyrics feature an older, wiser and more mature Ian McCullogh, pondering his place on earth, in pop music and relationships. The verses are wistful and seem to reminisce, while the chorus ends with a life-affirming pronouncement, answering the titular question of what he will do with his life: Be me. Great answer. One we should all take to heart. What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?" Track Info. What Are You Going to Do with Your Life? Echo & the Bunnymen. 1. What Are You Going to Do with Your Life? 2. Rust.

The first was Sinatra's September of My Years,a beautiful album from a man who clearly felt that he'd lived his life in full and that it was far from over. Then there's Prefab Sprout's Jordan: The Comeback and Andromeda Heights - two albums unified by common themes: life, death, love, hope, loss, fame, eternity and everything in the middle. What Are You Going to Do With your Life? is part of the tradition. Ian McCulloch is tough enough to admit that he laments the loss of his youth, that he regrets his mistakes and that he's moving on nonetheless. These issues aside, this is a fine album from the Bunnymen and worth checking out just don't expect the Mac of the first five albums in terms of the vocals.

Echo & the Bunnymen made a dignified return in 1997 with Evergreen, but that record displayed some hints of rustiness and a desire to stay hip - two things notably absent from its superb sequel, What Are You Going to Do With Your Life? Trimmed to just the duo of Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant, Echo has succeeded where many of their peers have failed - they have matured without getting stodgy, they have deepened their signature sound without appearing self-conscious

Album by Echo & the Bunnymen. What Are You Going to Do With Your Life? Rust. Get in the Car. Baby Rain. Lost on You. Morning Sun. When It All Blows Over.

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Original Album Series: Echo & the Bunnymen 1984. Songs to Learn and Sing 1985. 1999's What Are You Going to Do with Your Life?, some like 2014's Meteorites that recaptured their dramatic spark - and live dates. The Bunnymen grew out of the Crucial Three, a late-'70s trio featuring vocalist Ian McCulloch, Pete Wylie, and Julian Cope. Cope and Wylie left the group by the end of 1977, forming the Teardrop Explodes and Wah!, respectively. Echo & the Bunnymen returned with new material in the summer of 1987, releasing the single "The Game" and a self-titled album. Echo & the Bunnymen became their biggest American hit, peaking at number 51; it was a success in England as well, reaching number four. However, the album indicated that the group was in a musical holding pattern.

Echo & The Bunnymen. Perfil: Formed in Liverpool in 1978, the original lineup was Ian McCulloch (vocals), Will Sergeant (guitar), Les Pattinson (bass) and soon replacing a drum machine Pete De Freitas (drums). com, villiersterrace. Membros: Adam Peters, Alex Germains, Ceri James, Damon Reece, Ged Malley, Gordon Goudie, Ian McCulloch, Jake Brockman, Les Pattinson, Mark Taylor (7), Michael Lee, Noel Burke, Owen Vyse, Paul Fleming, Pete De Freitas, Peter Wilkinson, Simon Finley, Stephen Brennan, Steve Flett, Vinnie Jameson, Will Sergeant  . What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? (Album).