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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of A Promise on Discogs. Label: Korova - KOW 15,Korova - KOW • Format: Vinyl 7 Echo And The Bunnymen* - A Promise ( /5(43).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Echo And The Bunnymen* - A Promise at Discogs. Complete your Echo And The Bunnymen* collection/5().
  3. "The Puppet" is the third single by the band Echo & the Bunnymen and was released on 14 September The single was released in the wake of the critical acclaim received for the band's first album, Crocodiles, which had been released earlier in the jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co main track itself was not on the album but the b-side, "Do It Clean", was on the US release of the album and the Compact Cassette Genre: Post-punk.
  4. A Promise This song is by Echo & the Bunnymen and appears on the album Heaven Up Here () and on the compilation album Ballyhoo: The Best of Echo & The Bunnymen (). You said something will change We were all dressed up Somewhere to go No sign of rain But something will change You promised You said nothing will change We were almost near Almost far Down came the rain But .
  5. A promise A promise A promise It's exactly the same You said it's always the same But I'll make it change Into something the same, I promise A promise A promise A promise Light on the waves Light on the waves Light on the waves Light on the waves A promise A promise A promise A promise Light on the water (A promise) We could sail on forever (A.
  6. Live in Liverpool is a live album by Echo & the Bunnymen. It was released in Featuring live recordings in the band's native city of Liverpool between and , the album cover features Liverpool Cathedral.
  7. Echo & the Bunnymen's original line-up consisted of vocalist Ian McCulloch, guitarist Will Sergeant and bass player Les Pattinson, supplemented by a drum jiuringtyczpenworlden.anourgrebenciopatenniepeachphacarde.co , Pete de Freitas had joined as the band's drummer, and their debut album, Crocodiles, met with critical acclaim and made the UK Top Their second album, Heaven Up Here (), again found favour with critics and reached.
  8. 's "A Promise" defies categorization – goth rock, stadium rock, art rock, pomp-rock, the song contains elements of all, yet remains purely Bunny-ish in its delivery. In other words, it was superb and it still wasn’t quite what British pop-sters wanted in a single.

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