Expanded Echo & The Bunnymen ‘Best Of’ gets US release

New 'Songs To Learn And Sing' also includes a DVD

The new version of Echo And The Bunnymen’s ‘Best Of’ album ‘Songs To Learn And Sing’ is to get a US release.

The expanded and remastered version of the collection, released in the UK late last year, and will be released in the US on January 23.

‘The Very Best Of Echo & The Bunnymen: More Songs To Learn And Sing’ includes 20 tracks from 1980 to 2005 that span most of the Liverpool quartet’s career.

The original version of the collection came out in 1985, at the height of the group’s fame. The expanded disc features a selection of tracks the band have recorded since their 1997 reunion.

The package will also include a DVD containing eight videos, several of which were directed by renowned photographer and filmmaker Anton Corbjin.

The tracklisting is:

‘The Cutter’

‘The Back Of Love’

‘The Killing Moon’

‘Seven Seas’

‘Never Stop’

‘Rescue’

‘I Want To Be There (When You Come)’

‘Don’t Let It Get You Down’

‘A Promise’

‘Silver’

‘People Are Strange’

‘Do It Clean’

‘The Game’

‘Rust’ — Radio Edit

‘Lips Like Sugar’

‘Nothing Lasts Forever’

‘Bring On The Dancing Horses’

‘Hang On To A Dream’

‘It’s Alright’

‘Stormy Weather’

The DVD tracklisting is:

‘The Cutter’

‘The Killing Moon’

‘Seven Seas’

‘Bring On The Dancing Horses’

‘The Game’

‘Lips Like Sugar’

‘Nothing Lasts Forever’

‘Rust’

In addition, video footage from Echo And The Bunnymen’s 2006 US tour can be viewed on the band’s website Bunnymen.com.

–By our Los Angeles staff.

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