17 Songs, 1 Hour 17 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

Mad4Macs ,


19 years old: Thousands of miles from home.
Got assigned to my "dream duty", a fast attack submarine from Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
Hazy day led to a hazy night...
Ended up somewhere near U of H's campus, in a nowhere bar after wandering from bar to bar...
smoke, heavy
ceilings, low, bass pumping
a girl dancing barefoot on the floor
The Cutter, it doesn't get any better than that.

camcnulty ,

Dust Bunnymen

I remember as a kid in the 1980s finding this album on cassette on the floor in my older brother's room kicked under a dresser along with a bunch of dusty coins (guess he didn't care for it too much, eh). I dropped it into my 9-pound Koss walkman, pressed play, and have been a fan ever since. Several format changes later, this album remains among my all time favorites. Beautifully orchestrated. A masterpiece.

Comradebot ,

Post-Punk Greatness

Simply one of the most amazing Post-Punk albums ever created.

I remember when I first bought it (having never heard the Bunnymen at that point, I was originally debating between it and something else), and was truly shocked from the start of what an amazing album it is. I kicked myself for a week for not giving the Bunnymen a chance sooner simply because of this album.

If you don't buy the whole thing (you should, every song on here is truly worth hearing and the album is just that much better when listened to start to finish) then I highly recommend:
"The Cutter"
"My White Devil"
"Higher Hell"

The title track, "Porcupine" being simply amazing in my opinion.

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