He looked like Robert Smith, sounded like Bono, and yet Ian McCulloch was never a household name over here. Blame the idiosyncratic music of Echo & The Bunnymen, for which he was largely responsible as their lead singer. He left that band in the late '80s and a pair of solo albums, only to return to Echo in the late '90s. Echo listeners looking to fill the gaps between 1987 and 1997 would do well pick up (especially) Candeland and Mysterio. In 2003, McCulloch released a new disc, Slideling.
|Date||ALBUMS / Singles|
|1984 November||September Song|
|1989 August||Proud To Fall|
|1989 November||Faith And Healing|
|1992 February||Lover, Lover, Lover|
|1992 March 17||MYSTERIO|
|1992 April||Dug For Love|
|2003 April 14||Sliding|
|2003 April 28||SLIDELING|
|2003 July 14||Love In Veins|
ECHO & THE BUNNYMEN discography
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