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Echo And The Bunnymen / “Heaven Up Here” hardback book vinyl edition

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Vinyl180 follow up last year’s Crocodiles hardback book vinyl set with another Echo and the Bunnymen release, this time their 1981 follow up album Heaven In Here.

As before, this remastered set benefits from new sleeves notes by Will Sergeant and includes photos from Will and Les Pattinson’s archives. Two 180g virgin vinyl records features the original album and five bonus tracks: Broke my Neck a long version produced by the Bunnymen and four lives tracks recorded in the Manley Vale Hotel in Sydney Australia in November 1981.

Heaven Up Here vinyl hardback edition is released on 24 February 2014.



Side 1

  • 1. Show Of Strength – Echo and the Bunnymen
  • 2. With A Hip – Echo and the Bunnymen
  • 3. Over The Wall – Echo and the Bunnymen
  • 4. It Was A Pleasure – Echo and the Bunnymen
  • 5. A Promise – Echo and the Bunnymen

Side 2

  • 1. Heaven Up Here
  • 2. The Disease
  • 3. All My Colours
  • 4. No Dark Things
  • 5. Turquoise Days
  • 6. All I Want

Side 3

  • 1. Broke My Neck (Long Version)
  • 2. Show Of Strength (live)

Side 4

  • 1. The Disease (live)
  • 2. All I Want (live)
  • 3. Zimbo (live)

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3 responses to Echo And The Bunnymen / “Heaven Up Here” hardback book vinyl edition

  1. rare glam says:

    Looks really nice. I bought the 2013 CD re-masters of all 5 of their albums on Japanese SHM mini LP CDs which were issued last October or November I think. These all have a good number of bonus tracks as well. Aesthetically I’d like this vinyl edition but then I’d just have to get Crocodiles as well. ‘Want’ isn’t ‘need ‘I keep telling myself!

  2. dudemeister says:

    Agreed – I love this album and have bought it many times – original vinyl with textured sleeve, basic cd, expanded re-mastered cd, MFSL vinyl re-issue. And yes, buying this will mean getting Crocodiles as well, for which I have a similar buying history but substitute RSD 2013 Red vinyl for MFSL. Vinyl 180 did a lovely job on the Wild Swans Incandescent vinyl compilation.

  3. Presley Spigot says:

    Anyone able to lend advice on the sound of this reissue against the MoFi version from a year or two ago? I imagine the MoFi one kicks ass, but would like an opinion?

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