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Porcupine - Echo & The Bunnymen - Pictures On My Wall (VHS)

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  1. Echo & the Bunnymen's debut single "The Pictures on My Wall" was released on Bill Drummond & David Balfe's Zoo Records in May , the B-side being the McCulloch/Cope collaboration "Read It in Books" (also recorded by The Teardrop Explodes approximately six months later as the B-side of their final Zoo Records single "Treason"). McCulloch has.
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  3. Porcupine (alternate) Echo & the Bunnymen. Album Porcupine. Porcupine (alternate) Lyrics Hung on the wall I'm pining for the pork Of the porcupine I'd best be on my best behaviour.
  4. Label: Warner Music Video - WMV • Format: VHS Stereo, PAL • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Alternative Rock, Goth Rock, Indie Rock Echo & The Bunnymen - Pictures On My Wall (, VHS) | Discogs.
  5. Porcupine Echo & the Bunnymen. Album Porcupine. Hung on the wall This pork is mine I'm pining for the pork Of the porcupine I'd best be on my best behaviour.
  6. Apr 16,  · Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Echo & The Bunnymen - Porcupine at Discogs. Complete your Echo & The Bunnymen collection/5(K).
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  8. Porcupine, Echo & the Bunnymen's third album, has garnered a reputation for being as prickly as its namesake. Although the record is lined with jagged guitars and is arguably the band's darkest offering, these aspects suit the Bunnymen just fine. Ian McCulloch, in particular, sounds right at home on this brooding set of songs; his deep, Jim Morrison-esque vocals perfectly convey his intriguing.
  9. Porcupine is Echo & the Bunnymen's most profound and personal album from their early period. Weathering band turmoil, rejections from their record company and spans of songwriting drought, the group emerged with a passionate and compelling set of songs described by vocalist Ian McCulloch as 'coming to terms with the opposites in me.' While the /5(66).

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