Echo and The Bunnymen, Ian McCulloch (Solo) & Electrifixion Music Video Anthology 1981-2015 (3 DVD Set)

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All music videos are COMPLETE, UNINTERRUPTED and offer here in chronological order the way they were originally released. Totaling OVER FIVE SOLID HOURS consisting of  just OVER FIFTY Music Videos including rare solo music video from Ian and his solo band Electrifixion. In this 3 DVD Set you’ll find beautiful multi page menus with thumbnail pictures and chapters stops for EACH AND EVERY MUSIC VIDEO so you can get to your favorite video right away. Easily the most complete music video collection of  BOTH Echo and The Bunnymen, Ian McCulloch (Solo) and Electrifixion from start to finish in the world totaling just OVER FIVE HOURS LONG on a 3 DVD Set! Even if you own ALL prior music video collections you still would not have anywhere near ALL the music videos available in this one of a kind unique offer.

Echo and The Bunnymen Music Video Collection 1981-1983 Volume I:

1. Pictures On My Wall/Rescue
2. Stars Are Stars
3. Going Up (Live Version)
4. Crocodiles (Original Performance Version 1)
5. All That Jazz (Live Version)
6. Do It Clean (Live Version)
7. Zimbo (All My Colors)
8. Crocodiles (Alternate Live Version 2)
9. The Puppet (Performance Version)
10. The Puppet/A Promise (Pictures On My Wall Version)
11. Over The Wall
12. The Cutter
13. The Back of Love
14. My White Devil
15. Porcupine
16. Heads Will Roll
17. Higher Hell
18. In Bluer Skies

Echo and The Bunnymen & Ian McCulloch (Solo) Music Video Collection 1983-1990 Volume II:

19. Thorn of Crowns
21.  Never Stop (Live Version)
21. The Back of Love (Performance Version TOtP)
22. Killing Moon
23. Seven Seas
24. Ian McCulloch: September Song
25. Bring On The Dancing Horses
26. The Game
27. Lips Like Sugar (Original Conceptual Color Version 1)
28. Bedbugs and Ballyhoo
29. Lips Like Sugar (Black & White Version 2)
30. People Are Strange
31. Twist and Shout (Live Version)
32. Ian McCulloch: Candleland
33. Ian McCulloch: Faith & Healing
34. Ian McCulloch: Proud to Fall
35. Enlighten Me Feat. Noel Burke RARE

Ian McCulloch (Solo), Electrifixion & Echo and The Bunnymen Music Video Collection 1992-2015 Volume III:

36. Ian McCulloch: Honeydrip
37. Ian McCulloch: Lover Lover Lover
38. Electrifixion: Zephyr RARE
39. Electrifixion: Lowdown RARE
40. Electrifixion: Never RARE
41. I Wanna Be There (When You Come) (US Version)
42. Nothing Lasts Forever
43. Don’t Let It Get You Down
44. I Wanna Be There (When You Come) (European Version)
45. England United Feat. Echo & the Bunnymen: On Top Of The World
46. Rust
47. It’s Alright RARE
48. Shine RARE
49. Ian McCulloch: Sliding
50. Stormy Weather
51. In The Margins
52. Lovers On The Run

This is the most complete music video collection of Echo and The Bunnymen, Ian McCulloch (Solo) & Electrifixion anywhere worldwide!!! An incredible FIFTY TWO music videos in all TOTALING OVER FIVE HOURS ON THREE SEPARATE DVD’s that span over THIRTY FOUR years of music. The most complete music video collection from start to finish anywhere ever! Even if you own ALL prior music video collections you still would not have anywhere near ALL the music videos available in this unique collection.

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Weight.55 lbs

1 review for Echo and The Bunnymen, Ian McCulloch (Solo) & Electrifixion Music Video Anthology 1981-2015 (3 DVD Set)

  1. Rated 4 out of 5

    Melissa Albert (verified owner)

    I really want to give this four and a half stars which is not an option. My reason for doing so is only because a couple of more videos could have made this perfect, namely “The Game”, “Rust”, and Ian’s solo “Candleland”. If you have the “More Songs to Learn and Sing” Bunnymen cd dvd set then essentially you have the missing Bunnymen videos (but not “Candleland”). The quality is good considering some of these videos date back 30 plus years, so I cannot be picky about technology that was not around back then. I really like how the videos are in order from oldest to newest, and I think the production is very good overall. I highly recommend this DVD, and the “missing videos” comment is just my opinion of what a “perfect” Bunnymen anthology should include. The solo Ian work is a huge bonus that I don\t think you can find anywhere else. Being able to see the track listing is also important, and I was certainly aware that the above videos I mentioned were not included. I didn’t hesitate to purchase it with that knowledge.

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