Here’s some unexpected news: The legendary punk/new-wave concert film Urgh! A Music War was released yesterday on DVD via Warner Archives. (Thanks to Shiv for the tip.) Up until now, you could only get the flick — which featured performances from Echo & the Bunnymen, OMD, XTC, Devo, The Go Gos, The Police, X, Klaus Nomi and more — via bootleg DVD (or, if you could find it, on VHS or by watching it when it aired occasionally on TV). The CD and vinyl versions of the soundtrack are even rarer (and more out of print). And yes, I do have a copy on vinyl.
Echo & The Bunnymen have announced a 10-date North American tour in support of 1980’s Crocodiles and 1981’s Heaven Up Here — back-to-back and in their entirety each night. In December the The Bunnymen played […]
Via Soundspike: Ian McCulloch, frontman of the British post-punk legends Echo & The Bunnymen, looks forward to his 2011 U.S. tour, which started May 5. He feels Americans understand the Liverpudlian Bunnymen much more than […]