|Birth name||Noel Andrew Burke|
29 November 1962 |
Belfast, Northern Ireland
|Occupation(s)||Lead vocalist for Echo & the Bunnymen (1989-1993)|
|Associated acts||St. Vitus Dance, Echo & the Bunnymen|
Burke's first band was St. Vitus Dance, which released the album Love Me, Love My Dogma in 1987 before splitting up a few years later. Shortly after the split, Burke was contacted by Will Sergeant and eventually joined the Bunnymen as lead vocalist. The band released Reverberation (1990) to mostly negative reviews, though the album has subsequently garnered some acclaim. The Bunnymen formally announced their disbandment in 1993.
In 2005, Burke reformed St. Vitus Dance for some live shows, and an album of new material, Glyphotheque, was released in 2008.
With St. Vitus DanceEdit
- Love Me Love My Dogma (1987)
- Glyphotheque (2008)
- Bystanders (2012)
With Echo & the BunnymenEdit
- Reverberation (1990)
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- Nude as the News: Echo And The Bunnymen: Reverberation
- iJamming! Music: Echo & The Bunnymen's Flowers take roots. Ijamming.net (23 October 2001). Retrieved on 5 August 2011.
- Echo and the Bunnymen Biography: Contemporary Musicians. Enotes.com. Retrieved on 5 August 2011.
- Echo & The Bunnymen Reviews on Yahoo! Music. Uk.music.yahoo.com (13 July 2005). Retrieved on 5 August 2011.
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