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  1. Oct 26,  · Personally, I feel that this is the best Bunnymen album. For those of you that are into 'Goth' music and always wanted to check this classic band out, this is the album that would be best for you to start with. "Heaven Up Here" is easily the gloomiest and most angst-ridden Bunnymen release/5(57).
  2. Sep 20,  · Heaven Up Here is the Bunnymen at their peak - a peak only matched by the Oxfam sales of second-hand overcoats, tartan shirts and skinny young men in moccasins and no socks. To the come all ye faithful there is no other/5(K).
  3. Heaven Up Here Lyrics: Ohh Where are you now / I'm over here / We've got those empty pockets / And we can't afford the beer / We're smoking holes and we've got only dreams / And we're so damn.
  4. Echo & The Bunnymen are most likely that band that you've heard of, but have never taken the chance to sit down and really give 'em a listen. Well that my friend is a mistake. The Bunnymen are an excellent group capable of quite a lot, and they show it on this record/5.
  5. Heaven Up Here's strength is the way in which the Bunnymen seamlessly work together to shape each song's dynamics (the tension underlying the crescendo of "Turquoise Days" being a prime example). Ian McCulloch, having found his trademark confidence, sings with soaring abandon and passion throughout the album.9/
  6. Oct 26,  · By contrast, many Echo and the Bunnymen records sort of follow a style - and the game plan is transparent. Not the case with Heaven Up There. This is also a really well produced record/5(58).

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