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'Live At The Royal Albert Hall' to be released next month

Echo And The Bunnymen set to release live album
Echo And The Bunnymen are to release a live album.

Entitled 'Live At The Royal Albert Hall', the Liverpool band recorded the album at their 2008 London show at the venue, and features their classic 1984 album 'Ocean Rain' in its entirety, as well as a selection of greatest hits.

Released on November 23, the release follows the band's new studio album 'The Fountain', which came out earlier this month.

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