Echo and the Bunnymen: Meteorites

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On their first album in five years, Liverpool legends the Bunnymen sound reinvigorated. They’re full of life and the album is  more like a debut than the umpteenth effort by a bunch of ageing rockers.

The problem is, they seem to have lost some of the regal swagger which stood them apart in the 1980s.

Meteorites has its fair share of what are sure to become fan favourites and it’s an enjoyable listen. Just don’t expect another Ocean Rain.

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By Andrew Greenhalgh

twitter: @adjgreenhalgh

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