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Echo & The Bunnymen - The Killing Moon Musikalbum

Darsteller: Echo & The Bunnymen
Genre: Rock-Musik
Titel: The Killing Moon
Land: Scandinavia
Freigegeben: 1984
Stil: New Wave
Etikett: Korova
Katalognummer: 24-9536-7-N, 24-9536-7
FLAC-Version ZIP-Größe: 1760 mb
MP3-Version ZIP-Größe: 2834 mb
WMA-Version ZIP-Größe: 2958 mb
Bewertung: 4.7
Abstimmungen: 183


1The Killing Moon
Mixed By – Gil NortonRecorded By – David Lord
2Do It Clean2:42


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
KOW 32, 249536-7Echo & The Bunnymen The Killing Moon ‎(7", Single)Korova, KorovaKOW 32, 249536-7UK1984
KOW 32, 249536-7Echo & The Bunnymen The Killing Moon ‎(7", Single)Korova, KorovaKOW 32, 249536-7France1983
2495350Echo & The Bunnymen The Killing Moon (All Night Version) ‎(12", Single)WEA, Korova2495350New Zealand1984
KOW 32Echo & The Bunnymen The Killing Moon ‎(7", Single)KorovaKOW 32Ireland1984
S 24 9536-7Echo & The Bunnymen The Killing Moon ‎(7", Single)KorovaS 24 9536-7Spain1984


  • Written-ByMcCulloch, Pattinson, DeFreitas, Sergeant


Scandinavian issue. Sleeve shows cat.no. 24.9536-7-N.
Manufactured in Germany by Record Service Gmbh, Alsdorf.
Side A ℗ 1983, Side B ℗ 1980.


  • Label Code: LC 7259
  • Rights Society: n©b
  • Other (Distribution code): WE 171


  • Manufactured By – Record Service GmbH
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Zoo Music
  • Published By – Warner Bros. Music Ltd.



Echo And The Bunnymen. The Killing Moon. The Killing Moon - Echo & the Bunnymen. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Текст песни: Under blue moon I saw you So soon youll take me Up in your arms, too late to beg you Or cancel it, though I know it must be The killing time Unwillingly mine. The Killing Moon is a song by the band Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released on 20 January 1984 as the lead single from their 1984 album, Ocean Rain. It is one of the band's highest-charting hits, reaching number nine in the UK Singles Chart, and often cited as the band's greatest song. Ian McCulloch has said: When I sing The Killing Moon, I know there isn't a band in the world who's got a song anywhere near that. The Killing Moon is among the most popular songs by the band Echo & the Bunnymen. The lyrics were written and sung by the band's vocalist, Ian McCulloch, it was released on their 1984 album Ocean Rain. It is one of the band's highest-charting hits, reaching number 9 in the UK Singles Chart. According to the liner notes of Echo and the Bunnymen's Crystal Days box set, Ian McCulloch woke up one morning with the phrase fate up against your will in mind. He wrote it down and the remainder of the song fell in place from there. In 1998, the song read more. While 2006's Very Best of Echo & the Bunnymen: More Songs to Learn and Sing remains the quintessential and most comprehensive single-disc Echo collection, Music Club's two-disc Killing Moon: The Best of Echo & the Bunnymen provides fans with a deeper selection of pre-Reverberation material. Short of just picking up the first four albums, Killing Moon offers up a near complete list of highlights from the band's most prolific period, with a brief nod to later works. About The Killing Moon. Often regarded as Echo and the Bunnymens greatest song, this 1984 single hit 9 on the UK charts. The song was also featured in the 2001 film Donnie Darko. What have the artists said about the song. Wed all been given acoustic guitars by Washburn and we were all playing around with them, so the album was heading to a more acoustic world. I was going over to Macs house we had a 4-track there and we were just coming up with riffs and chord sequences and stuff like that. The Killing Moon was one of them, and it just sort of developed. It was pretty different than the recorded version at the time. by Echo & the Bunnymen. Album: Ocean Rain 1984. Charted: 9. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . The song has had a rather profound effect on him. He added: I've been on the moon that is 'The Killing Moon. No one else has really been on that moon because I sing it as I wrote it. It's my moon now. Not the one up in the sky, but 'The Killing Moon' is my moon - I know everything about it. I feel it from day to day, but it changes all the time. Every now and then and I go, 'Wow That was like some kind of scripture for me, that song. Tuning: E A D G B E. Key: G. Backing Track. This tab is in tuning. You can make it sound as if it was in standard tuning by changing the pitch. backing tracks. The Killing Moon served as a major statement of intent by the Liverpool quartet. Released in January 1984, it was a haunting song fed by Les Pattinsons ominous bass pattern, the clever use of strings and a voice thick with portent. Yet by the latter half of 83, the Bunnymen were deliberately going the other way. A brief tour of Iceland and Denmark preceded a curious swing around the Outer Hebrides, before they finished up at the Royal Albert Hall. They also stopped off at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, where McCulloch, in a twist of Lennon, declared the band more popular than Henry the Fifth