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Ian McCulloch - Candleland album mp3
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Candleland
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Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
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1786 mb
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4.7 ✪

Candleland is the first solo album by Ian McCulloch, released 17 September 1989. This album marked McCulloch's departure from Echo & the Bunnymen in 1989. The album features a guest appearance by the Cocteau Twins' Elizabeth Fraser on the title song, "Candleland. The album reached number 18 on the UK Albums Chart and number 179 on the Billboard 200. All tracks written by Ian McCulloch. The Flickering Wall" – 3:35. The White Hotel" – 3:15. Proud to Fall" – 3:57.

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Candleland ‎(Cass, Album, Dol). Sire, Reprise Records. WX 303, 2292-46264-1. Candleland ‎(LP, Album). WEA records, WEA records. WX 303, 246 225-1, 2292-46225-1.

Candleland ‎(Cass, Album). WEA Records Ltd. 24 62254. And that is just what did not happened with Ian McCulloch here on Candleland. He certainly had his musical vision in tact, as well as his presentation, and with the help of producer Ray Shulman, he was able to capture the sonic atmosphere of Echo & The Bunnymen, even if it was a mere refection, nevertheless, the music is deeply rooted in all things solely revolving around Ian McCulloch.

Ian McCulloch's first solo LP represents his most accomplished work since the 1984 Echo and the Bunnymen masterpiece Ocean Rain; haunted by the recent deaths of the singer's father as well as Bunnymen drummer Pete DeFreitas, Candleland is a poignant yet ultimately triumphant album which probes not only themes of loss but also rebirth

More albums from Ian McCulloch: Pro Patria Mori by Ian McCulloch. Slideling by Ian McCulloch. Mysterio by Ian McCulloch. Live At Liverpool Anglican Cathedral by Ian McCulloch. View all albums . Candleland. 7. Faith And Healing.

Featuring Elizabeth Fraser. Get your handleful of rememberance For you to sprinkle through your life In between the penance That you carry by your side With the make belief and the miracles That only come alive. In candleland Candleland. Wear your guilt like skin And keep your sins disguised Take some salt and sugar And rub it in your eyes You'll know that something's left you Just as you arrive.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Flickering Wall
Bass – Michael Jobson
3:36
2 The White Hotel
Bass – Michael JobsonDrums – Boris Williams
3:16
3 Proud To Fall
Drums – Boris Williams
3:59
4 The Cape 4:11
5 Candleland
Backing Vocals – Elizabeth FraserRemix – Dave Bascombe*
3:23
6 Horse's Head
Arranged By [Strings] – Billy McGeeProgrammed By – Olle Romo
4:49
7 Faith And Healing 4:39
8 I Know You Well
Arranged By [Strings] – Henry Priestman
4:07
9 In Bloom 5:06
10 Start Again
Programmed By – Olle Romo
5:00

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Marketed By – Reprise Records
  • Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
  • Published By – Warner Chappell Music Ltd.
  • Published By – Zoo Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass, Keyboards, Programmed By – Ray Shulman
  • Design – Ryan Art
  • Engineer – Gary Bradshaw, Gerard Johnson
  • Photography By – Andrew Catlin
  • Producer – Ray Shulman
  • Vocals, Guitar [Guitars] – Ian McCulloch
  • Written-By – Ian McCulloch

Notes

In memory of Pete and Chris.
For My Dad

Sire Records Company marketed by Reprise Records
© 1989 WEA Records Ltd. ℗ 1989 WEA Records Ltd.
Printed/Made in U.S.A.
Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd./Zoo Music Ltd., all rights for the Western Hemisphere adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7599-26012-2 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 1 26012-2 SRC=02 M1 S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 1 26012-2 SRC=02 M2S2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 3): 1 26012-2 SRC=02 M1S15
  • SPARS Code: AAD
  • Rights Society: ASCAP

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WX303W, 2292-46264-1, WX 303, 246 225-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA, WEA, WEA WX303W, 2292-46264-1, WX 303, 246 225-1 UK 1989
9 26012-4 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Sire, Reprise Records 9 26012-4 US 1989
WX 303, 2292-46264-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA WX 303, 2292-46264-1 Greece 1989
246225-1, 246264-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA records, WEA records 246225-1, 246264-1 Germany 1989
WX 303, 246 225-1, 2292-46225-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA, WEA WX 303, 246 225-1, 2292-46225-1 Europe 1989

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 The Flickering Wall
Bass – Michael Jobson
3:36
2 The White Hotel
Bass – Michael JobsonDrums – Boris Williams
3:16
3 Proud To Fall
Drums – Boris Williams
3:59
4 The Cape 4:11
5 Candleland
Backing Vocals – Elizabeth FraserRemix – Dave Bascombe*
3:23
6 Horse's Head
Arranged By [Strings] – Billy McGeeProgrammed By – Olle Romo
4:49
7 Faith And Healing 4:39
8 I Know You Well
Arranged By [Strings] – Henry Priestman
4:07
9 In Bloom 5:06
10 Start Again
Programmed By – Olle Romo
5:00

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – WEA Records Ltd.
  • Published By – Warner Chappell Music Ltd.

Credits

  • Bass, Keyboards, Programmed By – Ray Shulman
  • Design – Ryan Art
  • Engineer – Gary Bradshaw, Gerard Johnson
  • Photography By – Andrew Catlin
  • Producer – Ray Shulman
  • Vocals, Guitar [Guitars] – Ian McCulloch
  • Written-By – Ian McCulloch

Notes

In memory of Pete and Chris.
For My Dad

Sire Records Company marketed by Reprise Records
© 1989 WEA Records Ltd. ℗ 1989 WEA Records Ltd.
Printed/Made in U.S.A.
Published by Warner Chappell Music Ltd., all rights for the Western Hemisphere adm. by WB Music Corp. ASCAP

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 22924 62254 0

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WX303W, 2292-46264-1, WX 303, 246 225-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA, WEA, WEA WX303W, 2292-46264-1, WX 303, 246 225-1 UK 1989
9 26012-4 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) Sire, Reprise Records 9 26012-4 US 1989
WX 303, 2292-46264-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA WX 303, 2292-46264-1 Greece 1989
246225-1, 246264-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA records, WEA records 246225-1, 246264-1 Germany 1989
WX 303, 246 225-1, 2292-46225-1 Ian McCulloch Candleland ‎(LP, Album) WEA, WEA, WEA WX 303, 246 225-1, 2292-46225-1 Europe 1989


Reviews:
  • Ueledavi
Perhaps it was incorrect of me to have expected more of an Echo & The Bunnymen style of music on Candleland when it came out in 1989, and then repackage with bonus material later. Of course the melodies come off as expressive and expansive, filled with sweepingly emotional structures, and a musical atmosphere that instantly brought to mind McCulloch’s work with Echo & The Bunnymen, and yet in the same breath, this outing was miles from what he’d laid down before. And seriously, that’s not a bad thing, as one would hope to have something new brought to the table.The major aspect with a solo project, especially when the artist steps out from the shadow of an established and successful band, is that everything now revolves around them alone. Even as part of a band, when deeply rooted personal and professional issues are brought to light within the construct of verse and music, there are other members who are able to add bits and pieces to allow, or to detour these manifestations from becoming overwhelming. And that is just what did not happened with Ian McCulloch here on Candleland. He certainly had his musical vision in tact, as well as his presentation, and with the help of producer Ray Shulman, he was able to capture the sonic atmosphere of Echo & The Bunnymen, even if it was a mere refection, nevertheless, the music is deeply rooted in all things solely revolving around Ian McCulloch. Creatively the album is very good and played very well, with lyrics that are expressive, complete with a sense of immediacy … though not of an urgency, and it was that sense of urgency that went into making Echo & The Bunnymen so successful. Of course one can immediately point to the songs “White Hotel” and “Flickering Wall” which do have a sense of purpose and familiarity, as they were about bidding farewell to his father, along with the death of Echo drummer Pete De Freitas, leaving the rest of the album to come off a bit too smooth. Of course there’s the track “Rocket Ship,” that was far too energetic for my liking, featuring a refined harder edge, that breaks with the delicate nature and fabric McCulloch is known for.All and all, the release feels incomplete, as if others should be waiting in the wings to come in and play their parts, fleshing out this outing, giving it a greater sense of purpose, layering, and musical perspective that would have allowed it to shimmer with more of that controlled dark intensity I’ve come to love so much.The album charted at number 18 on the UK charts in 1989, and only 179 on the US charts.Review by Jenell Kesler