Echo And The Bunnymen - In The Margins

  by Anthony Strutt

published: 18 / 10 / 2005

Echo And The Bunnymen - In The Margins

Label: Cooking Vinyl
Format: CDS
Second single from Echo and the Bunnymen's new 'Siberia' album, let down slightly by its uninspiring choice of B sides


'In The Margins' is the second single from Echo and the Bunnymen's 'Siberia' album and has been to released to coincide with the band's current UK tour. Echo and the Bunnymen singles are not especially good value for money at the moment as, while the main tracks are great, the B sides are either instrumentals or session versions of old tracks, and this is no exception. The main track is one of the album's highlights, and features heavy bass, a golden vocal from singer Ian McCulloch, and some magic guitarwork over the top of it from Will Sergeant. The rest of it comprises of an instrumental of the main track and a live-in-Brazil solo reading of 1997 single Nothing Lasts Forever' live from Brazil. Not essential then,unless you have to own everything by them. Luckily for them, most of us Bunnymen heads need it then.

Track Listing:-

1 In The Margins (Radio Edit)
2 Nothing Lasts Forever (Acoustic)
3 In The Margins (Instrumental)

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