Echo & The Bunnymen ‎– Reverberation

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Korova ‎– KODE 14, WEA ‎– 9031-72553-1
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First issue released with credits and a band image printed on liner.

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  • Label Code: LC 4281
  • Barcode: 0 9031-72553-1 6
  • Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
  • Other (Distribution Code): France: WE 391
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, Runout, Stamped): R/S Alsdorf 903 172553-1 A4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout, Stamped): R/S Alsdorf 903 172553-1 B2
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, Runout, Etched): ... WHERE JUMP I?

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
9031-72553-2 Echo & The Bunnymen Reverberation(CD, Album) Korova, WEA 9031-72553-2 Europe 1990 Sell This Version
9 26388-2 Echo & The Bunnymen Reverberation(CD, Album, SRC) Sire, Warner Bros. Records, Korova 9 26388-2 US 1990 Sell This Version
9 26388-4, 4-26388 Echo & The Bunnymen Reverberation(Cass, Album) Sire, Sire 9 26388-4, 4-26388 1990 Sell This Version
EN - 3903 Echo & The Bunnymen Reverberation(Cass, Album, Unofficial) Thomsun Original EN - 3903 Japan 1990 Sell This Version
9 26388-4, 4-26388 Echo & The Bunnymen Reverberation(Cass, Album, SR,) Sire, Sire 9 26388-4, 4-26388 US 1990 Sell This Version

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doctorg

doctorg

May 16, 2015

I agree with Streetmouse below: a cruelly underrated release. ~*~
streetmouse

streetmouse

April 22, 2013

The internal structure of bands ebb and flow for a variety of reasons, often with amazingly good results and often end in disaster. Here on “Reverberation,” released in 1990, the sixth album from Echo & The Bunnymen and the first without their long time lead singer, Ian McCulloch, The Bunnymen have created a great success, moving much further, and more darkly bathed in the psychedelic sound. Echo & The Bunnymen are one of those groups who’s success does not rise and fall on the whim of the lead singer, and with Geoff Emerick on board, who had previously worked as an engineer and production with The Beatles, The Bunnymen found their footing to be on solid ground ... and if one were to listen to this album without the knowledge that it lacked the voice of Ian McCulloch, most would fully embrace it as an astounding release.

With Pattinson and Sergeant still on board, and Jack Brockman taking over the keyboards, Damon Reece on drums and Noel Burke fronting the vocals, we’ve been presented with an album that is much darker in nature, overflowing with spiraling, swirling textures, rich in layering, and as haunting warm as a fall evening ... all backlit by a yellow harvest moon. This is without a doubt the most conceptually complete album Echo & The Bunnymen have ever released to date ... nothing short of brilliant, as it rolls and flows you into utter oblivion.