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Formed in Liverpool in 1978, Echo & The Bunnymen have been responsible for some of the most celebrated singles in all music history – Rescue, The Killing Moon, Lips Like Sugar, The Cutter, The Back of Love & Nothing Lasts Forever to name but a few  – The Bunnymen have recorded many classic albums in their long illustrious career, albums like their debut Crocodiles in 1980, the majestic Heaven Up Here in '81, Porcupine (produced by Ian Broudie) in 1983, the orchestral-rock masterpiece Ocean Rain in 1984, their classic comeback album Evergreen in 1997 & the haunting What Are You Going To Do With Your Life? in 1999.

Along with their first five albums, the album was remastered and reissued on CD in 2003 containing five bonus tracks  – these releases were marketed as 25th anniversary editions. "Broke My Neck (Long Version)", which was recorded at Tistedal Studios in Norway on 7 June 1981, is the B-side of the 12-inch single " A Promise " – an edited version was used as the B-side of the 7-inch single . The other four bonus tracks were recorded live at the Manley Vale Hotel in Sydney, Australia on 11 November 1981. The reissued album was produced by music historian Andy Zax and producer Bill Inglot. [5]

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